Go!Foton Introduces PEACOC Ultra-High Density Fiber Patch Panel

  • Go!Foton Corporation
SOMERSET, NJ - Go!Foton Corporation, a provider of telecom solutions for long haul, metro, and broadband access applications, announced its new Ultra High Density PEACOC Fiber Management Frame for data center and telecom applications. The Go!Foton PEACOC (Patch panel with Enhanced Access for Compact Optical Connectors) Frame boasts tool-less access to 144 standard simplex LC terminations per 1RU for 19-inch racks and 162 standard simplex LC terminations per 1RU for 21-inch racks.

Higher density fiber distribution frames allow telecom and data center providers to more efficiently and more cost effectively manage the explosive growth of fiber connections. The PEACOC frame is scalable in increments of 1RU for “pay as you grow” convenience and cost efficiency. A single, fully loaded frame supports over 6000 fiber terminations using standard LC connectors. The port density can be increased even further with the use of smaller form factor connectors, or by using multi-fiber push-on (MPO) connectors.

Improved Fiber Jumper Management
The Go!Foton PEACOC technology addresses the difficulty in handling the compact optical connectors to perform fiber jumper management. With PEACOC technology, each individual optical connection can be easily isolated from adjacent optical connections providing a generous region of unobstructed handling space for safe, error-free fiber management.

The PEACOC frame design meets the industry standards set forth in Telcordia GR-449, GR-63, and Verizon TPR.9464. Engineered jumper slack management hardware protects and retains the jumper slack during handling and tracing and assures that the minimum fiber bend radius is properly maintained during all phases of installation and routine management.

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