High Density Fiber Structured Cabling : Boon To Telecom Industry

With the rising demand for higher bandwidth and faster connectivity, network designers now strongly believe that the fiber optic structured cabling will be the supporting backbone of telecom industry infrastructure

Today’s technology driven world is changing the demands of every industry. With the evolution of smart devices, through which voice and data services are consumed on regular basis, the telecommunication and IT industries have come closer. Their convergence is driving more standardization in implementing technologies and infrastructure that support superior voice and data services. With this move, telecom service provides have come under high pressure to deliver better and uninterrupted services to their end-customers.

Importance of right network connectivity for Telecoms
To address the issues of communication needs, telecom service providers should wisely choose the right network connectivity solutions for their infrastructure, which need to be effective, yet low-maintenance. Traditional point-to-point systems not only create a tangle of wiring, but they also can’t carry ever-increasing data at high-rates. A right-fit solution which brings a higher ROI is crucially needed for telecom companies.

Researchers predict that 60% of telecommunication network facilities are expected to be data centers by 2025 and 79% of global telecommunication companies will make co-location facilities as a part of their networks

Fiber connectivity matters
Optical fiber structured cabling solutions are the justified choice to fulfill the requirements of telecom industry. They offer a great environment for high-speed voice & data transmission by integrating telephone networks, video surveillance, security, local computer and other systems together. Fiber-optic cabling systems are also deployed in data centers, as they are highly reliable compared to traditional field-installed methods.

In the current scenario, data centers are the foundation for telecom operators. If a service provider wants to improve the user experience, they need to upgrade their data center model and networking infrastructure. Implementation of fiber cabling solutions provides clear lines of communication for voice & data sharing. Also, optical fiber cabling on the other hand requires lesser power than copper cables. This is an important consideration for organizations focusing on their green credentials.

Making your investments future-proof
In today’s competitive business world, having a flexible infrastructure that is scalable and can respond quickly to the changes is vital. The main motto of the telecom service providers is to retain existing customers and acquire new ones to keep their business graph increasing.

Experts say that 80% of the network problems are the result of data cabling issues. This results in customers switch to other telecom operators who provide uninterrupted & high-speed voice & data services. To resolve this, businesses need to invest in efficient cabling connectivity solutions that support quick and easy development and deployment of high speed services throughout the network. Thus, fiber structured cabling ensures that the networks are simple and well organized. With its enhanced flexibility and adaptability, it ensures that your network infrastructure doesn’t go outdated and will support all the future upgrades, propelling business growth.

Telecoms rely on proven technology
The advent of fiber-optic cabling has helped the communication technology to take a great leap. Fiber optic cabling enables higher density, weighs less and accommodates less space. Its resistance to EMI and impossible to hack attributes to greater security of the overall network. While it is hard to predict the data traffic speeds required for the future, fiber’s limit is a long way from being reached.

With the rising demand for higher bandwidth and faster connectivity, network designers now strongly believe that the fiber optic structured cabling will be the supporting backbone of telecom industry infrastructure.

By : Shajan George, Technical Director, R&M India

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