Legrand, a leading electrical and digital building infrastructure specialist, has revealed today its new fiber breakthrough, the Infinium acclAIM Fiber Solution, at the BICSI Fall Conference and Exhibition, booth number #6228. The new accIAIM Fiber Solution by Legrand redefines fiber connectivity by replacing the pre-terminated cassette based solutions with direct connections in order to provide the lowest insertion loss available on the market.
Hyper-scale, 5G network, and cloud managers need better scalability and higher density now that happens with the implementation of the next generation of 2 fiber connectors. However, on fiber systems’ upgradation, they are also facing with challenges such as optical loss, polarity, design/deployment headaches, delivery, and high costs that is associated with the use of cassettes. The acclAIM Fiber Solution tremendously reduces or eliminates many of such challenges by taking advantage of unique innovations such as:
- Near infinite scalability to promote unlimited migration paths.
- Link configuration options such as standard, array, convergent, distribution, or mixed.
- Multiple media interfaces such as 10GBASE, 25GBASE, 40GBASE, 100GBASE, 400GBASE, and beyond.
- Application-defined polarity, enabling polarity to be adapted to any link configuration—pre-planned, on-site, or on the fly.
- Direct mating breakout allowing acclAIM connectors to mate directly to an array of twin fiber patch cords.
- No gender considerations—just direct connections.
- Flexible density beyond ultra-high densities.
“The accIAIM Fiber Solution is ideal for any computer center experiencing challenges with increasing network speed, compressed optical budgets, or dealing with challenges associated with cassettes,” said Kristen Poulos, General Manager, Legrand Data Infrastructure. “The fiber solution was not built to only address this current data center upgrade cycle rather, to provide value much longer. Due to its vast migration capability, the acclAIM enables sustainability through drastically longer life cycles to provide a building asset for decades to come.”