sponsored by Siemon Company
Posted:  12 Oct 2011
Published:  12 Oct 2011
Format:  PDF
Length:  8  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

If we don’t learn from the mistakes that occurred in the past, we are bound to repeat them. This is very true when it comes to data centers and aged point-to-point cabling practices. Direct connections, “point-to-point”, are problematic and costly for a variety of reasons, yet a standards-based structured cabling system can provide functionality and scalability with the maximum available options for current and future equipment. This resource compares point-to-point vs. structured cabling options for data centers.

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