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Sensus launched by Fiber Mountain

By Gulli Arnason, Financial News UK | February 7, 2018

Fiber Mountain, Inc., the Glass Core company and provider of transformative and managed fiber connectivity for Hyperscale, enterprise and colocation data centers, has announced Sensus, the most innovative patch panel in the industry, the company said.

Sensus technology illuminates the previously unmanaged physical layer by gathering real-time information via the use of sensors in cables and connectors, thus putting the physical layer infrastructure of a company on the road to digital transformation. Sensors and the use of central software put information about the network at the fingertips of network operators, providing real time network knowledge, unparalleled security, predictable growth management and enhanced uptime.

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Fiber Mountain launches Sensus; software-controlled patch panel includes sensor fiber-optic cabling, connectivity options

Cabling Installation & Maintenance | February 6, 2018

Fiber Mountain, Inc., a provider of managed fiber connectivity for hyperscale, enterprise and colocation data centers, has announced its Sensus system, a software-controlled patch panel solution. The company says its Sensus technology "illuminates the previously unmanaged physical layer by gathering real-time information via the use of sensors in cables and connectors, thus putting the physical layer infrastructure of a company on the road to digital transformation. Sensors and the use of central software put information about the network at the fingertips of network operators, providing real time network knowledge, unparalleled security, predictable growth management and enhanced uptime," adds a Fiber Mountain statemen

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Software-Controlled Patch Panel Lifts Operational Efficiency

By Mathew Dirjish, Sensors Online | February 2, 2018

Fiber Mountain describes Sensus as the most innovative patch panel in the industry. Sensus technology illuminates the previously unmanaged physical layer by gathering real-time information via the use of sensors in cables and connectors, thus putting the physical layer infrastructure of a company on the road to digital transformation. Sensors and the use of central software put information about the network at the fingertips of network operators, providing real time network knowledge, unparalleled security, predictable growth management, and enhanced uptime.

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Sensus Shares 'Window into the Unknown'

By Maurice Nagle, Transforming Network Infrastructure | February 2, 2018

Imperfection is what makes humans unique. While mankind has evolved much in its meager existence, unfortunately, mistakes to happen from time to time. Some errors more costly than others, but nonetheless each impacting our lives in one way or another. In this phase of digital transformation, innovation is alleviating the human component in the data center. And, it’s paying off in a big way.

Say goodbye to human error in your fiber deployment. From fiber panel install to management, Fiber Mountain’s newly unveiled Sensus has got you covered. Large enterprises, government agencies or those seeking to elevate a hyperscale environment, my conversation with Fiber Mountain Founder & CEO H.M. Raza, delving into the Glass Core Company’s new solution is a must read.

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Digital Transformation: Fiber Mountain's Middle Name

By Maurice Nagle, Transforming Network Infrastructure | June 27, 2017

The wheels of progress turn with purpose, innovation is driving digital transformation and at the epicenter is the data center. Pioneering the data center shift is Fiber Mountain, which recently put its new wares on display at Interop ITX, and this week at Cisco Live unveiled an expanded roster of offerings.

With Cisco Live serving as center stage, the Glass Core Company announced the arrival of myriad of offerings, including a new AllPath OPX Layer 1 Optical Path Exchange as well as new families of Fiber Port Aggregators.

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Loosely Defining the Software-Defined Data Center

By Arthur Cole, IT Business Edge | June 1, 2017

The software-defined data center (SDDC) is on the minds of many enterprise executives these days, but aside from the broad outlines of a fully virtualized infrastructure, there is little in the way of a clear direction as to how it should be architected or what operational parameters it should support.

One thing is certain, however: Organizations of all sizes are starting to view legacy data systems as one of the chief impediments to improved digital services, which themselves are seen as vital for success in the next-generation economy.

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