Cables carry the data needed to light our cities, make cloud computing possible, and enable billions of devices to function, be it miniature sensors, Industry 4.0 machines, or huge industrial facilities. Some 2.5 quintillion bytes are transported through cables every day. That’s equivalent to the storage capacity of 36 million iPads. How these cables are managed matters – a lot. Cable management is crucial to … Continue reading Industry Expertise: How to Achieve an Inside View of Network Infrastructure
Two FNT experts provide insight into the new features and functionalities of FNT Command 13 FNT experts: Bernd Pratschke, Portfolio Manager and Marlene Pfauth, Product Manager Bernd, FNT Command 13 has just been released. What are the highlights of the new release? Bernd: FNT Command 13 comes with many new features and functions in different areas. In this release, we focused strongly on the extension of Telco Active Inventory, Asset Management, 2D Footprint and the Cable Management … Continue reading FNT Command 13: a brief introduction to FNT’s new major release
Five Case Studies Showcase the Importance of Cable Management Digital transformation of the aviation sector is forcing aircraft manufacturers, airlines, and airports to act. The latter in particular often find themselves grappling with an IT infrastructure that fails to meet modern requirements in terms of transparency, agility, and efficiency. Cable management is crucial here. It’s far more than just a functional necessity with a database of … Continue reading How Airports set the Stage for Cutting-Edge Digital Services
Managing the multitude of airport assets, cabling, data connections, and heterogeneous systems can be challenging. As multiple critical systems function within a very limited space, airport operations are extremely complex and require proper documentation and comprehensive management to ensure operations consistently run smoothly.
Generation Z is coming of age. This new generation of travelers, born into a digital world, will account for 32% of the global population by 2019, according to a Bloomberg analysis. They will heavily influence – and force change upon – airport operations, retail strategies and the technology and tools needed to provide a positive passenger experience.
DESY (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron), one of the world’s leading accelerator centers, develops and builds instruments that generate the world’s most intense X-ray light and accelerate particles to record energies.
As digitalization permeates all areas of the campus, IT infrastructures are working at full capacity. To ensure quality education, institutions must transform their IT and cable infrastructure into a modern technological system that has the flexibility to adapt to the evolving needs of student, faculty and administration.
Over the past several years, 451 Research has tracked FNT Software as a DCIM supplier. Recently, analyst Andy Lawrence and his team at 451 Research published a report on how FNT meets the growing demand for tools to manage intra- and inter-data center networks.