Control Room to the Data Center - Fiber Playbook

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Webinar: Building a Fiber Playbook for the Control Room to the Data Center

Date: Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time

Duration: 1 hour

As the entire world connects via IoT to support automation and data-driven decision-making, adaptive and purposeful fiber optic technology will be critical to making it happen. Fiber is no longer just the backbone in a high-speed network. It’s being used everywhere: between regions, in mission-critical data centers and control centers, and within the spaces we work, live and play. We need to be ready to design, install and manage fiber effectively.

You need a roadmap that lays out system requirements and practical solutions to help you visualize your target and what you need to achieve success.

Once you recognize what you need (and why you need it)—and better understand fiber design and deployment considerations—you’ll be ready to develop your very own fiber playbook. It will act as your guide to build agility, scale, pathways and acceleration from the ground up.

 

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Henry Franc, RCDD OSP CDCP
National Solutions Specialist
Belden

Henry Franc RCDD OSP CDCP is a National Solutions Specialist for Belden, specializing in data centers and complex projects. Henry has been involved with the industry for 20 years and is active within BICSI and TIA participating in standards development. His work within international standards crosses technologies and industry verticals.

Peter Kneski, HiNE
Solution Consultant, Sales
Belden Inc.

Pete Kneski joined Belden in 2012 as the southeast solutions consultant based in Charlotte, NC. With a degree in electrical and computer engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, along with 15 years of experience in the automation industry, Pete specializes in control system and industrial cybersecurity network design, as well as Ethernet technology training.