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Simplifying IBM Z Connectivity

Simplifying IBM Z Connectivity

Content by Data Center Systems

Gen 6 technology is driving investments in infrastructure to ensure high 
performance and low latency

A properly designed fiber optic cabling infrastructure is an essential component that 
helps you manage system complexity and facilitate future growth and reconfiguration. 
DCS ensures that some of the largest data centers in the world have reliable, scalable, 
high-performance connectivity to serve their customers without interruption. Improving 
upon IBM’s recommended Structured Cabling Methodology for Fiber Transport Systems, 
we establish a Central Patching Location (CPL) and a series of patching solutions to 
represent all ports on all devices within the data center network.

Today’s high-speed critical data demands require a true structured cabling infrastructure 
that insures reliability, scalability, and sustainability for future technologies. Join us as we 
discuss Structured Cabling, DCS connectivity solutions for the IBM Z Mainframe environments, 
Cable requirements to support next generation technologies and solutions for managing and 
documenting End-to-End connectivity.

Featured Speakers:

Kevin Ehringer
Data Center Systems

Todd Wheeler
Technical Account Manager
Data Center Systems

Don Mokry
Technical Account Manager
Data Center Systems

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