Data Centers

NAI intros fiber-optic cable assemblies for hyperscale computing

NAI has introduced a series of new fiber-optic cable assemblies designed specifically for hyperscale computing in data centers to reduce field terminations and ease installation, especially in cramped data centers. The fiber-optic cables in the new assemblies are pre-terminated at one end with LC or MPO connectors, although customers can specify any fiber-optic connector. The harness is then spooled onto a crate reel at customer-specified lengths. NAI recommends a minimum length of 50 feet; the length limit is generally defined by the reel dimensions needed for safe handling and transportation.

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