HUBER+SUHNER IANOS is a state-of-the-art fibre optic management system which facilitates fast, flexible and future-proofed connectivity in the data centre and enterprise IT market.
As its name suggests “IANOS” (as in Roman mythology) looks to the past as well as
to the future. This means that “IANOS” is a combination of previous experience and valuable insight into the future. As data centres are constantly changing to reflect the demands placed upon them, today’s fibre management systems need to be flexible enough to adapt to these changes with the minimum amount of expenditure, time and operational disruption. As data centres evolve, there is a wider mix of applications and data rates depending on the location, type of business and of course the data demand.
HUBER+SUHNER IANOS is flexible enough to accommodate these changes by offering the widest range of connectivity scenarios in a single generic platform, with an easy upgrade path to future connectivity.
The HUBER+SUHNER IANOS fibre management system offers a high-density packing capacity with the IANOS chassis accommodating a staggering 72 LC or MTP ports in a single 1U rack space, and 288 ports in a 4U space. Alternatively, there is the option of the IANOS Lite chassis that accommodates 48 LC or MTP ports in a single 1U space. This extreme packing density reduces the total cost of ownership and allows valuable rack space to be occupied with revenue generating active equipment.
HUBER+SUHNER IANOS can accommodate 10G link designs using LC connectivity or 40G and 100G links using MTP backbones. This flexibility is achieved through the many different types of IANOS modules, that can be mixed and matched in the same chassis. Connectivity is achieved through HUBER+SUHNER’s wide range of cable systems including fibre patch cable and Optipack Pre-terminated trunk cables and transition cables.
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