Webinar: Increasing fiber optic port density is a crucial requirement for hyperscale data centers because space is at a premium – yet new traffic creates demands for more fiber ports at a blistering pace. Data center operators often cannot expand floor space in their data centers, so the only answer is to increase port density in the rack.
The future of work has transformed expectations of an office space. From greater flexibility to personalized settings, occupants and visitors alike want to be comfortable, safe and productive. Smart solutions help building owners and operators better meet the demands of their occupants, while providing greater transparency to enhance space utilization and occupant experience.
Increasing fiber optic port density is a crucial requirement for hyperscale data centers because space is at a premium – yet new traffic creates demands for more fiber ports at a blistering pace. Data center operators often cannot expand floor space in their data centers, so the only answer is to increase port density in the rack.
5G is billed as the connectivity fabric that will support a new era of consumer and enterprise experiences. But, in the context of smart buildings, 5G is part of a larger equation that also encompasses artificial intelligence and the internet of things. The combination of the three–5G, AI and IoT–will allow for real-time data collection and analysis that will make buildings more efficient and more user-friendly. Building owners with a robust technology strategy will be able to leverage these rapidly developing solution sets to reduce net operating expense while leveraging the technologies to drive up lease rates by providing new services.
Join this free webinar to learn about the technological drivers for 400G optics and Edge Data Centers, what consequences these new technologies have on optical cabling, what Edge Data Centers are, and how potential connectivity solutions could look like. The webinar will also address the emerging 400G optical market and the challenges faced on the connectivity end.
Join TIA for the next installment of our webinar series, Assessing Smart Buildings, as we discuss In-Building Connectivity. This webinar will examine how the information and communications technology (ICT) networks within smart buildings enable improved work environments for employees and tenants. Our expert panelists will discuss how businesses and building owners are redefining strategies around connectivity for a safer and more productive return to work in the office after months of working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Interoperability and the Ethernet Ecosystem webinar panelists will discuss the multivendor integration showcasing a live 400 GbE switch fabric, an implementation of Flex Ethernet (FlexE), 100Gb/s per lane over a direct attach cable (DAC) and analysis of PAM4 signaling, and a broad array of the latest Ethernet products and solutions.
Join Superior Essex’s Amir Sekhavat for a panel discussion focused on the “Living Product Challenge: Providing a Path to #Sustainable Materials & Buildings” as part of the #LivingFuture2020 Online Summit Series!
Cabling is the cause of more than half of Industrial Ethernet failures, but with the right tools you can troubleshoot or even prevent them. Join us for a 15-minute discussion of testing IE cabling followed up by a short question and answer session. Learn more about Industrial Ethernet by visiting our resource page.
Smart sensors offer a thorough view of building operations and provide vital insights into how energy is being used. Businesses can learn what devices are using energy, how much, and for how long. But IoT technology can provide more than just information, it can also help business owners manage the devices, like automating lights, adjusting thermostats based on time of day, or reducing energy provided to rooms not in use.