Data Centers

What is a Data Center?

- a large group of networked computer servers typically used by organizations for the remote storage, processing, or distribution of enormous amounts of data. It is the brain of a company and the place where the most critical processes are run. Data centers are commonly run by large companies or government agencies. However, they are also increasingly used to provide a fast-growing cloud solution service for private and business applications.

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The rising bandwidth and cloud services demands encountered in the data center has increased interest in fiber optics for data center networks. Both multimode fiber and singlemode fiber networks are now being deployed by data center operators. Important data center protocols include Ethernet and Fiber Channel. (Lightwave Online) At BPG Technologies we handle the cable management and installation of the physical aspects at the data center: the cabinets, cases, cable, and cassettes that the data will run through and be housed in. In other words, we make it all work.

Proper cable management, one aspect of our job in the data center, is integral to the performance and effectiveness of a network at a data center. Managing and maintaining cables and cords provides the critical support, reliability, and flexibility needed to sustain and grow network capabilities. (CPI) This is just one facet of our businesses field of knowledge but it is a big one. Learn more about BPG Tech’s services here.file-1.jpeg

It seems like every day there is something new going on at the top data centers in Arizona and we couldn’t be happier and prouder to be a part of it all!

Get updated with the latest in data center news here, at Lightwave Online.

Read more about Infrastructure and the importance of cable management here from CPI

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