Networking in the data centre
Future-proof High-Speed cabling solutions for data centres
Using standardised fibre or copper-based cabling systems, modern data centre cabling provides a flexible and scalable infrastructure that can be quickly and cost-effectively adapted to specific changes.
A carefully planned structured cabling additionally minimises downtimes and failures, optimises the data transmission rate and simplifies maintenance. Cables are installed according a clear specification to ensure an organised environment. This not only enables a trouble-free connection between servers, switches and other network components, it also makes it simpler to identify and solve any problems that may occur.
The choice of the right cable types and connectivity components depends on the specific requirements to the network architecture and bandwidth needs.
Copper-based twisted pair cabling is well suitable for short distances and it is a cost-effective solution for the connection of servers, while fibre optics can provide much higher bandwidths and enables connections for longer distances.
Redundancy is also a key factor in ensuring high resilience.
Our in-house developed and produced optimally harmonised passive network connectivity components are designed to guarantee an optimal data transmission without data losses.
Whether fibre-optic or copper-based, we are offering a wide range of cables and connectivity components to meet the needs of a wide range of applications. Our products meet the highest industry standards and are designed to cover today’s transmission standards with a large margin to be able to support upcoming technologies.
Another focus of CobiNet is on customised cabinet solutions for data centres. Our server and network cabinets are characterised by innovative designs that offer extra installation capacity for 19″ components and therefore ensure optimum space utilisation. If our standard products do not provide sufficient solutions for our customers’ requirements, we can also provide customised solutions in small series, which offer maximum scalability, flexibility and efficiency.