Tough and Flexible, TiniFiber® Can Stand up to the Most Demanding Data Center Applications.
There’s a lot of pressure on data centers today. They must maintain reliable, secure operations and be able to accommodate new technologies such as AI and IOT. For their constantly evolving infrastructures, a future-proof armored fiber optic cable solution that is both flexible and scalable is critical.
TiniFiber® Micro Armor Fiber™ Optic Cable addresses these needs. At 65% smaller and 75% lighter than convention Aluminum Interlock Armor (AIA), it can accommodate the congested data center environment with ease. Its U.S. patented Micro Armor tightly wrapped tubular stainless-steel coil combined with Kevlar® makes it significantly stronger and more flexible than other cables. This crush-proof armor shields fragile glass fiber optic strands against damage from pinching, twisting or being slammed by closing cabinets or doors.
Protecting the private datacenter — a business’ lifeline — with rugged, reliable TiniFiber® Micro Armor Fiber ™ Optic Cable solutions.
For dependable data center outsourcing, colocations demand Best in Class TiniFiber® Micro Armor Fiber ™ Optic Cable solutions.
Crush-proof, yet flexible TiniFiber® Micro Armor Fiber ™ Optic Cable solutions are essential in high density data centers.
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TiniFiber® Duplex Armored Patch Cords
The high-density congested data center environment also benefits from TiniFiber® Duplex Armored Patch Cords. Half the size of conventional patch cords, they reduce cable mass and congestion; particularly significant given the high-density applications of patch cables in data centers. Additionally, they have the Micro Armor Fiber™ stainless steel tubular coil solution built into the cable giving them greater durability than traditional patch cords; up to ten times stronger. This strong armor does not compromise their flexibility, but instead increases by protecting the delicate glass fiber optic strands housed within the patch cords.