Space-saving concepts for datacenters – Servers vs. ETSI racks in the patch location
Webinar on demand
Is your datacenter bursting at the seams even though you think that you’ve already exhausted all its potential? The reinterpretation of a concept that has already proved itself on the market is opening up new possibilities here. While a lot of free space is needed for patch paths when standard cabling racks are used in datacenters, this space can be used efficiently by installing ETSI format racks in the central patch location. You can find out more about this solution together with the associated facts and figures in our Webtalk.
The focus is placed on:
- From the meet-me room to the central patch location – the concept
- In-depth space savings, extremely high port density – how an ETSI format ODF can be used effectively in the core datacenter
- Comparison of DN-ODF solutions with high-density 19” panel system
Presented by Ronny Mees, Product Manager
Ronny Mees has been Product Manager for Datacom activities at Rosenberger OSI since 2019. His professional interest in the telecommunications sector started back in 1986 when he began training as a communications specialist. After completing his studies in communications technology in 1995, he first worked as a consultant for telecommunications applications in a consulting firm before turning his attention to product management in 2000, working first for a systems house and then for a manufacturer of free-space optical communication systems and a manufacturer of datacenter infrastructure.
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Our Webtalk will have the following format: We start with a 30 to 45-minute presentation by our experts. At the end of this, you are warmly invited to join the discussion and ask your questions. As always, we start at 10:00 a.m. Even before the event, you can take the opportunity to ask your own questions on the day’s topic by sending a message with the subject line “Webtalk” to email@example.com. Alternatively, you can ask your questions directly during the live chat.