Optical fiber, especially single-mode fiber optic cable, can be used for high-speed network transmission, and has the advantages of inherent immunity to electromagnetic interference, strong reliability, and support for long-distance transmission. It is the ideal network transmission medium in the future, and its status is increasingly important. However, the cable equipment, materials, and termination costs are relatively expensive and the installation is relatively complicated, so it is generally suitable for long-distance and large-capacity wiring. At present, the multi-mode optical fiber cable has become the mainstream wiring medium in the integrated wiring trunk system, and the application in the horizontal system has become increasingly widespread.
As for the overall construction of the data center, every detail is likely to cause problems or problems in the operation of the data center. In the area of data center infrastructure construction, preliminary planning and design, and construction during the construction process. As well as the management and maintenance of the operation and maintenance of the later period, these many links cannot be ignored.
For the data center, building and using the area is the first question to be considered. The number of racks determines the space requirements of the data center. The size of a traditional IT rack is 600 x 1000 mm (width x depth), and a room with a space of 100 square meters can accommodate about 50 racks. Of course, the rack has other dimensions, and knowing the size of the rack and the number of racks, it is easy to estimate the space required by your data center.
In the process of building your data network, you will use a series of optical fiber products such as fiber optic boxes, fiber optic terminal boxes, fiber optic splice closure, and so on. Then you must know the model, type, function, and installation method of these fiber products. At present, whether the data center is domestic or international, the location of the data center will choose the cold or low temperature expectation because the climate conditions play a key role in the operation of the data center. For data center cooling, including water cooling units, mechanical refrigeration Air conditioning, natural air cooling, indirect air cooling, adiabatic cooling, etc. These are all data center facilities that achieve their lower PUE goals.