- Nexans launches its new LANsense® Automated Infrastructure Management (AIM) solution for
portto outlet network monitoring and optimisation
- During Data Center World 2019, the Group will present its cutting-edge LANmark®
ENSPACEultra high densityfibre solution and Slimflex copper Category 6A solution aimed at minimising footprint and maximising scalability.
- Nexans will also showcase its flagship TITANEX® power cable suitable for all mobile and fixed installations
As new trends such as 5G and edge computing put more strain on
LANsense AIM: get clear instructions from port to outlet
LANsense monitors, manages and optimises network capacity remotely and more efficiently. Data Centre managers can trace circuits end-to-end, flag disconnects, find available rack space and make sure redundant and load balancing circuits are connected.
LANmark ENSPACE fibre: make room for scalability
In a modern data centre there is limited space for passive cabling. LANmark ENSPACE solution increases the number of connections in 1U by 50%. ENSPACE panels come with three individual sliding trays per ‘U’ allowing 144 LC connections in 1U and up to 576 connections in a 4U.
Slimflex Cat 6A Copper: achieve double density in data centres
Nexans’ Slimflex Category 6A solution saves up to 50% space in data centre installations. This new copper range consists of a 48-port panel, Slimflex cords and Cat 6A connectors. Once installed the result is a neat and cleaned up high density installation.
In addition to its data transmission technology, Nexans will showcase its flagship TITANEX® power cables. For more than 50 years the TITANEX® cable range has been recognized as the industry-leading solution for all mobile and fixed installations in industrial environments, including data centers.
The power cable is highly robust but flexible enough to cope with the restrictions of a data centre. It withstands high operating temperatures up to 90°C and has excellent mechanical resistance to impacts. TITANEX® is easy to work with, even in large cross sections. The cable can comprise up to 36 cores, with 1 to 630 mm² cross section.
For more information about Nexans’ solutions for data centres visit www.nexans.co.uk/datacentres