R&M Showcasing OM5 Network Transformation Solution


The OM5 fibre solution from R&M, set for introduction at this year’s Data Centre World, London, will spark a revolution in simplifying network infrastructure.

With internal data centre traffic expected to grow 80% over the next three years, networks are at risk of becoming bandwidth bottlenecks. To be prepared for upcoming traffic, data centre professionals must now plan to support increased bandwidth by implementing optical fibre that enables simplified network transformation.

The world’s greatest network revolutions all began for the same reason: a desire to reduce complexity. R&M’s lime green OM5 solutions support duplex transmission up to future 200G, thereby removing all the cabling complexity that comes with MPO polarity management.

Data Centre World demonstration and launch

At its stand, R&M will demonstrate Netscale, a high density fibre cable management solution, with R&MinteliPhy, which features integrated intelligent infrastructure management functionality in combination with OM5 fibre solution. This enables data centres to run 40G and 100G Ethernet over LC patch cords. These will be available with R&M’s innovative push-pull LC-QR patch cords.

In addition, R&M’s new pre-configured cabinet solution for small and medium sized enterprises in the UK market will be on display. The pre-configured cabinets are engineered to achieve.

At the stand, visitors may also take up the challenge presented by the ‘Feed the Beast’ patching game. Attendees can engage directly with the Netscale solution in this hands-on competition. The goal: Connect 18 LC patch cords to one Netscale module in the shortest possible time.

Visit R&M on stand H35

For further information visit: www.rdm.com


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