Perle Systems, a global provider of advanced Ethernet over fiber and secure device networking solutions, released a whitepaper series on avoiding common mistakes in fiber-optic network deployment. The whitepaper focuses on major problems that can occur when businesses rush to deploy a fiber-optic cabling infrastructure.
The networking landscape has changed, and businesses need to invest in high-performance network capabilities to support a diverse range of operations. This has prompted many companies to invest in fiber-optic infrastructure and has also created a sense of urgency around making the upgrade.
Julie McDaniel, Vice President Marketing at Perle Systems comments,“While it may be tempting to move quickly in fiber adoption, careful planning will prevent significant problems. This whitepaper covers the most commonly experienced challenges and is designed to help companies make a smooth transition in their network upgrade.”
The series consists of six issues that companies could face if they rush the process of fiber-optic migration. These problems could have a financial and operational impact on network performance and should all be taken into consideration when adopting a new optical infrastructure.
Read the Perle Whitepaper: Avoiding common mistakes in fiber-optic network deployment.
About Perle Systems
Perle Systems (perle.com) is a leading developer, manufacturer and vendor of high-reliability and richly featured connectivity and device networking products. These products are used to connect remote users reliably and securely to central servers for a wide variety of business applications. Product lines include Console Servers for Data Center Management, Terminal Servers, Device Servers, Remote Power Switches, Media Converters, Ethernet I/O, Serial Cards, Parallel Cards and Multimodem Cards. Perle distinguishes itself through extensive networking technology, depth of experience in major real-world network environments and long-term distribution and VAR channel relationships in major world markets. Perle has offices in 9 countries in North America, Europe and Asia and sells its products through distribution and OEM/ODE channels worldwide.