The early stages of data center design are critical. If you plan everything carefully and put the most thought into this stage, you could save yourself hours upon hours of headaches down the road. When you are designing your data center, cabling and network best practices must come into play before a single cable is laid. Otherwise, you may end up with overheating servers cluttered with data center spaghetti (cables everywhere with no rhyme or reason), not to mention increased costs where power, cooling, and performance are concerned. To avoid all of that, here are some of the best practices for data center network design and cabling.
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