After listening to our customers, Amphenol Telect received a clear message: proprietary ODF frames are a hassle to work with in the network. Now, the new Amphenol Telect HyperX ODF provides the versatility and flexibility to meet the demands of virtually any high-capacity optical distribution application.
Its hyper dense capacity can deliver one of highest density solutions on the market.
The frame system is also totally modular. Users can configure a frame exclusively with high-density distribution such as Telect C2X LINX panels, and gain a tier one-level ODF with greatly enhanced usability and highly manageable density.
Or, as Amphenol Telect Product Manager Peter Adams demonstrated at a customer co-locate site recently, a HyperX frame can incorporate other functionality if demand does not require a full frame of fiber terminations.
“If it’s not what the application requires, then there’s no need for a dedicated frame,” Adams said. “Customers can decrease the risk associated with capital expenditures that go toward products or capacity that isn’t required, and instead fill the frame only with what’s needed.”
In other words, the standard 19” mounting and scalable modularity of HyperX minimizes the possibility of unused equipment sitting in a warehouse. The goal, in addition to providing a robust distribution platform, is to reduce the overall cost per port—in any way possible. And that starts with utilization of all equipment.
HyperX accommodates multiple types of cable managers, as well as other standard rack mountable equipment. Amphenol Telect cable management panels (such as the ACCE 10-inch cable manager) are an ideal fit, but competitive systems can be used as well.
Universal building blocks make HyperX simple to configure to the specifics of the application. Learn more about HyperX here.
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