Legrand Data Center Solutions, a group of global brands delivering integrated data centre solutions has unveiled the Infinium Quantum Fiber System.
This solution is designed for advanced data centre applications. Infinium Quantum is an industry leading lowest loss optical fibre system offering a 67 per cent improvement over industry standard systems. Infinium is an innovation that grows with the network and opens accessibility to 400G and beyond, which is key to hyperscalers.
Sanjay Motwani, Business Head of Legrand Data Center Solutions said: “As we see the exponential growth in data generation, the ability to process this data quickly, securely with architectures to support high density workload becomes crucial for data centres. As technology partners, it is critical that we help businesses navigate these challenges of scaling network capacity and connection loss issues. Infinium Quantum is the solution to improving performance with enhanced network capacity that is beyond the current industry standards. We are confident that with this product, data centres will be able to achieve the desired demands of the marketplace.”
With this launch, Legrand envisions to offer higher efficiency, flexibility, and scalability to the growing data centre needs, without additional costs.
Infinium is an advanced structured cabling solution fabricated of enclosure, cassettes, trunks, patch cords and panels designed to yield the lowest performance loss in data centres to manage today’s fast-moving markets.
Its easy, tool-less adjustment features combine connectivity products with purposefully designed cabinets, racks, and power. All this combined provides flexibility and ease of installation into any data centre, saving time and providing easy access to routing and patching areas of the enclosure.
Infinium Quantum is engineered to ‘Unlock Agility’, enabling greater sustainability, future scalability, and lowest total channel connection loss. It also reduces overall energy consumption by up to 30 per cent, which contributes to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) points, the most widely used green building rating system in the world.