What the next generation of ODF infrastructure must address
The ever-increasing demand for bandwidth will continue to strain fiber management capabilities and require more density and scalability for your inside plant fiber distribution frame infrastructure. To meet your service-level agreements, a sound multi-network optical distribution frame (ODF) strategy must include infrastructure that can:
• Provide a format expandable for future growth
• Simplify and increase patch-cord management and storage
• Improve adds and changes or eliminate mishandling of cabling assemblies leading to potential dB loss
• Migrate to future generation of transmission and aggregation systems by equipment
The Optical Distribution Frame RFO meets this demand for more network capacity and reach, helping you meet the challenges that come with fiber management and migration to new technologies and equipment. You can build the optical distribution frame (ODF) system that conforms to your fiber distribution requirements, with three RFO frame formats and two RFO chassis for optimal connectivity, management and scalability.