Rosenberger successfully assists SPDB data center
12/24/2019, Pudong Development Bank Co., Ltd., a joint-stock commercial bank of the "Top 100 Listed Companies in China", is headquartered in Shanghai. SPDB Information Center is a modern building with multiple functions such as bank data center, emergency command center, development center, call center, and training center. It develops test rooms, provides resources and support guarantees, implements research and development, covers risk management, and corporate services. , Smart office, data services and other areas of system business development work.
As a world-renowned supplier of cabling system solutions, Rosenberg, Germany, with many years of design and cabling experience, has finally adopted comprehensive network planning, rigorous technical demonstration, practical solutions and reasonable network cabling product selection. The design of the SPD test data center provided a useful reference, won the trust of customers, and won the bid. The data room adopts a pre-connection scheme, which enhances the reliability, flexibility and convenience of the overall wiring system, and the entire system passes the verification test smoothly.
The new data center adopts Rosenberger's advanced and mature high-density data center pre-connected fiber solution, which complies with the new data center standard TIA-942-B and adopts the EOR + IDA architecture. Optical wiring products use NormaTM series OM4 10 Gigabit pre-connected optical cables and NormaTM 4U with 576 core high-density optical distribution frames, and copper wiring products use super Category 6 shielded copper cables and angle distribution frames. The entire optical fiber connection system provided by Rosenberger has passed the 100% test. Due to the use of the latest generation of ultra-low-loss pre-terminated fiber optic cable technology, the attenuation performance of all links is much better than ISO / IEC 11801, TIA / EIA 568C and other relevant international standards not only ensure the normal operation of current network communications, but also create a solid physical link foundation for future network upgrades.