Latest fibre management system to be showcased at Data Centre World Paris

Leading international manufacturer of components and systems for optical and electrical connectivity, HUBER+SUHNER, is set to demonstrate the market standard defining capabilities of its latest fibre management system IANOS at Data Centre World Paris, taking place 29-30 November 2016 at the Portes de Versailles exhibition centre.
The Swiss company will also display transport solutions for interconnecting data centres and have experts on hand to discuss its latest products, including optical switching technology.
“With the modern world increasingly relying on data centres for crucial communication of vital services, the development conducted by companies such as HUBER+SUHNER becomes ever more important,” said Thierry Klejtman, DC sales manager at HUBER+SUHNER France. “The insuring of the continued reliable and efficient provision of these services for both suppliers and consumers is what drives the ongoing development of systems such as IANOS, and exhibitions like Data Centre World allow us to demonstrate the significant strides made possible by our developments.”
The new IANOS concept facilitates Base-2, 8, 12 and 24 pre-terminated cable systems for best in class density, speed of installation, handling and scalability, all of which are key factors in future-proofing data centres.
“With future-proofing data centres becoming nothing short of essential, IANOS is a unique fibre management system designed to accommodate a quick, simple and inevitable upgrade path from 10G serial to 40G and 100G parallel optics,” said Klejtman. “It is undoubtedly our most advanced and adaptable fibre management system to date, improving both existing data centres when retrofitted and providing the most effective, efficient solution possible for new builds.”
Alongside IANOS at the HUBER+SUHNER booth (F60) will be transport solutions for interconnecting data centres from HUBER+SUHNER Cube Optics. These solutions allow for the communication between transport vehicles without the need for further software, which reduces OPEX, requires less maintenance and drastically reduces energy consumption as it makes air-conditioning obsolete.
Visitors to the HUBER+SUHNER stand will also have the opportunity to discuss optical network switches from Polatis, which was recently acquired by HUBER+SUHNER and is now a business unit within HUBER+SUHNER’s Fibre Optics division. The switches enable improved capacity utilisation in data centres and advanced data management in large telecommunication networks.
“We are very much looking forward to Data Centre World Paris and hope to demonstrate why HUBER+SUHNER is and will continue to be one of the industry’s most valuable and pioneering developers of efficient and reliable fibre optic technology,” added Klejtman.