A fiber optic patch panel, also known as a fiber distribution panel, is sometimes referred to as the interface panel that links various optical fiber cables and optical equipment.
It is used to join individual spliced fibers and terminate the fiber optic cable. Additionally, fiber patch panels, which house connectors and splice units, can offer a secure environment for exposed fibers.
A high density fiber patch panel is equipped with a panel enclosure and modular HD cassettes that may be used to divide a 40/100G fiber network into regular LC connections and interact with 10G devices.
The Global High Density Fiber management Panel Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The release of a new fiber management product by PCT International, Inc. (PCT), a global leader in last-mile products for the broadband sector, was announced today.
The product is intended to increase fiber access density and accessibility, allowing customers to scale operations in tandem with rising subscriber revenues.
The cutting-edge Ultra High Density Fiber Management System, PCT-UHD-FCRM, allows installation of up to 32 fiber optic modules in a 3RU chassis, more than tripling the module density of conventional LGX systems.
This allows service providers to maximise equipment room space. Without the need for additional adapter panels, the new fiber management system also supports vintage LGX modules, half-width LGX modules, and the new ultra high density modules or accoutrements.
The best way to get around the space issues that the majority of advanced digital service providers are having when adding more fiber to their existing facilities is with PCT-UHD-FCRM.
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