Tessco Wireless Journal February March 2014 Page 5 TWJ Feb_March 2014

The entire product offering and your pricing is on TESSCO.com or call TESSCO at 800.472.7373. 5 The entire product offering and your pricing is on TESSCO.com or call TESSCO at 800.472.7373. 5 The entire product offering and your pricing is on TESSCO.com or call TESSCO at 800.472.7373. 5 February / March 2014 POWERFUL MOBILE DEVICES ARE DRIVING DEMAND for anytime, anywhere, any-media high-speed data access, and consequently, are changing the design and focus of modern data centers. Featured Manufacturers n Switches n Routers n Multiplexers n Fiber Cabling & Connectors n Copper Cabling & Connectors n Racks & Cabinets n Power Systems n Test Equipment n Tools & Installation Supplies Data centers centralize an organization's information technology (IT) operations and equipment. Organizations utilize data centers to store, manage, and share its data using servers, switches, routers and storage systems. Consequently, the capacity, security, and reliability of data centers, and their stored information, is a very high priority. There are two main data center types. Internet, or public, data centers generally support relatively few applications, are typically browser-based, but serve millions of users. By contrast, enterprise, or private, data centers serve fewer users, but host more off-the-shelf and custom software applications. Data centers differ significantly depending on their use. For example, data centers built for a public cloud service provider like Google require different building, infrastructure, and security requirements than a private data center used by a large national bank that securely maintains classified customer data. Data center designs now incorporate new technologies such as virtualization to optimize resource utilization and increase IT flexibility as user demand escalates. With enterprise IT needs evolving toward bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and on-demand services, many organizations are adopt- ing cloud-based services and infrastructure. Data center managers still must find ways to reduce massive energy consumption, and to efficiently manage connections between active components. TESSCO is Your Total Source for your data center applications with a wide selection of industry-leading active and passive data center components. Active components include switches, routers and multiplexers. Passive components consist of fiber and copper cable, connectors and cable management systems, racks, cabinets, power systems, test equipment tools, and installation supplies. TESSCO backs each purchase with flexible financing options, pre- and post-sales technical support, kitting and logistics services, and training. We leverage our expertise in wireless and synergies with wired infrastructures into the data center, by providing complete, end-to-end network solutions from the edge to the core. NEW TO TESSCO! The Core of Any Network Learn More: www.tessco.com/go/datacenters TESSCO FEATURED SOLUTIONS Data Centers RECOMMENDED PRODUCT CATEGORIES

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