April 25, 2023
The integrated wiring system is like blood vessels of human body, delivering nutrients to each terminal. Now that information network is developed, once there is a problem with embedded wiring, it will affect whole body, so it is very important to manage and protect integrated wiring system. To extend life cycle of an integrated wiring system, there are 5 points that are most important.
Label Identification System #1
Label identification is backbone of cable management and an important element of data center. A good tag identification system will help network administrators quickly find information they need and reduce time it takes to move, add, and change. Good label identification can not only increase added value and improve aesthetics for wearer, but also make work more efficient, flexible and reliable.
path #2 and space
Because data center is a high-density computing environment, there will be a lot of cabling. If sensible routing and space planning for these cables is not done early in design, as data center is operated and expanded, cables will get out of hand and become cramped. As a result, cooling capacity in data center suffers, and it cannot even be maintained, so it has to be demolished and rebuilt.
The ideal solution is to use limited space in data center judiciously, carefully plan space and paths for copper, optical and power cables, and efficiently separate three cable types for ease of deployment and maintenance. There are various advantages and disadvantages to choosing top or bottom routing. It is recommended that permanently attached cables, such as trunk and horizontal cables, be routed under raised floor, and jumpers (copper cables and fiber optic jumpers) run above rack.
Different cables have different diameters. When designing a route, it is necessary to take into account filling rate of cable path. When designing, it is recommended that the path fill rate be 35–40%.
cabinets and racks №3
To achieve good cable management and help maintenance personnel reduce time it takes to move, add, and replace cable systems, cabinets and racks with cable management designs should be selected in data center. Provide vertical and horizontal cable managers and storage of excess cables in cabinets and racks to keep cables clean and tidy while maintaining cable bend radius; avoid cable tangles and clutter in cabinets and racks The flow of hot and cold air in rack allows equipment to effectively dissipate heat and cool it.
Intelligent Physical Layer Control System #4
An intelligent physical layer management system helps network administrators understand network connectivity. By monitoring connection status in real time, it can quickly identify any network outages and immediately report them to system administrator. This helps you quickly resolve faults and security hazards, minimizing downtime.
In addition, intelligent physical layer management system database continuously records system and physical layer resource movements and configuration changes. This information can be used to meet industry reporting requirements or to negotiate service level agreements (SLAs) for customer data centers, avoiding human error that can occur when manually parsing tables.