There are no doubts that the date center market is developing. There are plenty of prerequisites for this: data transfer volumes are growing, cloud solutions are developing, new technologies are appearing so the higher capabilities are needed. At first thought it may seem that SCS is not very important in data center projects, because this passive equipment takes up only 4% in the constructions. It is customary to pay more attention to air conditioning and power systems. And this is precisely the main mistake. A cable system is a kind of foundation that affects the performance critically. Inaccuracies and errors in this part are unacceptable, because there are difficult to fix them.
The Premium-Line team is ready to provide full support, from the consulting concerning the cabling systems in data centers, to proposing solutions that take into account the specific features of the project.
The public sector includes a number of industries that play an important role in the economy of any country. Hotels, hospitals, schools, government institutions, financial sector – these are all the companies and organizations that have their own specifics and each of them has a need for the reliable data transmission. This area has its own specifics not only in the construction, but also in the design and coordination process. Premium-Line Systems has experience in implementing various projects and therefore we offer a range of solutions for different areas of the public sector.
At the time of industrialization, to guarantee a manufacturing plant reliable functionality, all its structures from the production departments and units to the commercial offices should be united by a sustainable data transmission network.
In commercial real estate enterprises, the standard approaches for structured cable systems are acceptable, then in the production area there are stricter rules. Aggressive environments, extreme temperatures, long distances set new challenges for structures cabling systems projects.
In the field of industrial solutions, new technologies are appearing that allow the design and construction of more reliable networks. To meet the market requirement and guarantee the reliability of data transfer in any environment, Premium-Line Systems has created the solutions specifically for the industrial sector.
Local Area Networks
LAN (or Local Area Networks) mean a network with a high data transfer rate covering a relatively small geographic area. Typically, such a network connects workstations, personal computers, printers, servers and other devices. Local networks provide users with many benefits, including sharing devices and applications, communicating via e-mail, and many others.
Most modern LANs are based on Ethernet technology. All popular operating systems and protocol suite (TCP / IP, IPX, DECnet, etc.) support Ethernet. The reasons for this dominance are high reliability, availability of management tools, scalability, flexibility, low cost, and ease of Ethernet deployment.
FTTx – Fiber To The X is a concept describing a general approach to the cable infrastructure organization in the network access from a communication center to a certain place (point “x”) and then to the subscriber. The connection with the subscriber can be with copper cable and it is also possible that the optics is laid directly to the subscriber device. FTTx is inextricably linked with the ability to provide a large number of new services.
The FTTx family includes various types of architecture:
• FTTN (Fiber to the Node)
• FTTC (Fiber to the Curb)
• FTTB (Fiber to the Building)
• FTTH (Fiber to the Home)
The FTTB architecture is most prevalent, since the construction of FTTx networks based on Ethernet (ETTx) is often the only technically possible scheme. In addition, the costs for FTTB network operation are lower and the bandwidth is higher. The FTTB architecture dominates in newly constructed buildings and with large telecom operators, while FTTH will be in demand only in new low-rise constructions.
Premium-Line Systems offers a range of FTTx solutions for any architecture.