Data Centers

Fiber optics is the nfrastructure of choice in data center etworks.

The challenge of managing Fiber Optic Infrastructure in Lab’s automation

Validation (Development), Final Testing (Production) and Pilot (Deployment) setups score by:

  •             Time to accomplish a test procedure
  •             Need for staff involvement
  •             Ability to test multiple SUTs in sequence (applies to Final Testing only)

Integrating AODF and EMS

Integrating AODF and EMS into automated testing suits, alongside various test equipment, where AODF connects test equipment to SUT ports per specified procedure allows, fastest execution hands-free. It also allows conducting Final Test of several SUTs without staff involvement.

Smart Testing

Integrating AODF and EMS into test setups utilizing precious or scarce test equipment may share that equipment between labs at a site and even between sites. Such could be the case of sharing between weekly regressions tests by development and tests of newly assembled devices by QA conducted over a weekend. Pilot tests occasionally utilize resources not available in a lab, e.g., exercising new modulation scheme over an ULH or submarine fiber. Such exercise must be conducted rapidly at periods of low traffic. AODF allows coordinated activity at remote sites and rapid return to operational configuration.

More information about AODF for Lab’s automation

A meet-me room MMR is a place within a colocation center (or carrier hotel) where tele-communications companies can physically connect to one another and exchange data without incurring local loop fees. Services provided across connections in an MMR may be voice circuits, data circuits, or Internet protocol traffic.

  •  Faster connections
  •  Reduce human errors
  •  Online monitoring of the optical infrastructure

A meet-me room MMR is a place within a colocation center (or carrier hotel) where tele-communications companies can physically connect to one another and exchange data without incurring local loop fees. Services provided across connections in an MMR may be voice circuits, data circuits, or Internet protocol traffic.

  •  Faster connections
  •  Reduce human errors
  •  Online monitoring of the optical infrastructure

A meet-me room MMR is a place within a colocation center (or carrier hotel) where tele-communications companies can physically connect to one another and exchange data without incurring local loop fees. Services provided across connections in an MMR may be voice circuits, data circuits, or Internet protocol traffic.

  •  Faster connections
  •  Reduce human errors
  •  Online monitoring of the optical infrastructure

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