Namex datacenters are provided with a distributed meet-me infrastructure that enables any two racks in the datacenters to connect each other in fiber technology.
In order to activate new cross-connections to other racks, each newly installed rack has to be connected to the nearest meet-me rack terminal by means of structured (MPO) cabling that includes an optical trunk terminating on a demarcation patch-panel. All cross-connects will then be realized inside the meet-me infrastructure, as fiber patches between demarcation patch-panels.
Structured cabling setup
Namex uses MPO (multi-fiber push on) technology to optimize occupation, setup and traceability of cross-connects between patch-panels. Structured cabling from racks to meet-me terminals are realized by Namex according to customer requests. Connection are available as single-mode OS1 fiber / LC connector.
Minimum order quantity is 12 fiber pairs, each 1RU patch-panel can host up to 48 fiber pairs.