Panduit

Panduit Pre-Configured Physical Infrastructure and Cabling

 

Mitigate risks associated with the adoption of new technology. As more businesses are adopting consolidation, virtualization, and automation of networking assets to drive business results, the physical infrastructures needed to support the technologies are increasingly becoming more complicated and take longer to implement.

Panduit helps enterprises increase operational efficiencies and reduce the risk of adopting new technology with reliable and robust pre-configured physical infrastructures that arrive pre-engineered and tested to:

  • Speed deployment
  • Enhance thermal performance
  • Decrease energy usage
  • Reduce total cost of ownership (TCO)

Panduit Pre-Configured Infrastructures integrate physical to logical systems through optimized reference architectures that are mapped to industry-wide best practices.

Panduit offers faster implementation and simple specifications to reduce planning, design, fulfillment and procurement times. Each Panduit Pre-Configured Physical Infrastructure includes all necessary systems integrated within Panduit cabinets, all under one orderable part number:

  • Thermal Management
  • High Speed Data Transport (HSDT) Copper and Fiber Cabling
  • Cable Management
  • Identification and Labeling
  • Grounding and Bonding

Working closely with Cisco, Panduit has designed Pre-Configured Physical Infrastructures for a range of Cisco products. These infrastructures arrive at partner or end user sites ready to rapidly deploy. Panduit’s approach ensures that the physical infrastructure deployments are optimized for power, cooling, and performance, lowering infrastructure risks and costs while increasing agility and sustainability.

Panduit High Speed Data Transport (HSDT) Copper and Fiber Cabling Systems

Panduit’s HSDT Solutions are protocol and media agnostic, delivering maximum flexibility during planning, designing, commissioning, and operation of the data center. Their HSDT Solutions enable advanced network architectures such as 10/40/100 Gig ethernet LANs and 8/16/32 Gig fiber channel SANs. Interoperable and scalable, these solutions include copper and fiber cabling systems that address the needs for latency, thermal management, power consumption, and operational efficiency, and can provide significant improvements in network throughput.