How often do you use your smartphone? Maybe some of you only use it for making calls, but that’s not the likely answer. Most of you probably use your smartphone for texting, to keep up with your calendar, as a camera, to keep up with business contacts, for facebook and twitter, and even for playing games.
According to recent statistics, one in five people worldwide own a smartphone. If each user generates about 60 gigabytes of data each year, smartphones alone will generate and store more than 335 exabytes of data. All our data, from emailing on our cell phones and bookmarking sites on our tablets, to storing sensitive client or patient information and ordering online, is stored in a data center. Data centers must keep up with this exponentially increasing demand for storage.
As more and more electronic devices enter our market place, the amount of data housed in data centers increases exponentially. Similarly, as a business's customer base grows, we rely more and more on electronic storage of data. Data centers must have the ability to accommodate such growth.
As the data center grows, storage space within the data center becomes exhausted. Cable congestion becomes a problem in racks and cabinets, as well as cable trays and pathways used for fiber optic and copper cabling- leading to a problem which hinders the overall performance of the data center.
How can you use the space within your data center to the best of your abilities?
Transition Networks' flexible, easy-to-manage solutions maximize the capabilities of existing cable infrastructure while improving performance and reliability. Structured cable distribution with centralized patching enables reconfigurations in an identifiable distribution area for superior scalability into the future. By using Transition Networks' products, you can resolve the cable congestion that compromises troubleshooting and expansion.