Simplify Fiber Optic Cabling Migrations with a Multi-Path™ System

Reduce the need for multiple transition components

Increasing data speeds have created challenges for data center managers designing fiber cabling topologies. One challenge in particular has been polarity, also known as light path.

The standards have approved three MPO polarity methods (Method A, Method B, and Method C). Each method has its own unique set of advantages and challenges.

But one solution for both duplex and parallel transceiver types simply does not exist in the current set of standards.

This dilemma has led cabling solution providers like CABLExpress to seek new ways to deliver a simple, effective system that can effectively handle multiple paths with very little disruption or added cost.

The goal of a multi-path™ system is to simplify the cabling migration process and reduce the need for multiple transition components.

Our white paper, Simplify Fiber Optic Cabling Migrations with a Multi-Path™ System, discusses:

  • Duplex links vs. parallel links
  • Description of Methods A, B, and C
  • Pros and cons of the methods
  • The advantages of a multi-path system
  • How port replication works with multi-path

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