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The Telecommunications Industry Association's Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard for Data Centers specifies the minimum requirements for telecommunications infrastructure of data centers and computer rooms, including single-tenant enterprise data centers and multi-tenant Internet hosting data centers.
A data center occupies a room, one or more floors, or even an entire building. Most devices are often placed in a 19-inches rack, which includes network connectors, patch panels, switches, etc. For dealing with vast data transmission, network transmission performance is the most crucial part of a data center. They usually set up with the Category 6 or even Category 8 transmission performance to ensure the transmission without disruption.
It's a massive challenge for technicians to build a data center with hundreds or thousands of network points and patch cords. As a result, they usually use an intelligent cabling system to ensure connection correction.
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