The AODF provides three major functions. Specifically, the AODF can reduce site visits to equipment rooms located in remote areas, automatically connect fibers in central equipment rooms, and perform link switchovers in Internet data center (IDC) equipment rooms. It saves a considerable amount of time for engineers, uses fiber resources more efficiently, improves operation and management efficiency, and improves customer satisfaction.
In addition, its innovative micro-manipulator is small and easy to operate, and can be fully embedded in the AODF cabinet. The 2.2 m cabinet can hold a maximum of 720 cores with SC connectors, 40% more than the industry average. A unique checkerboard trajectory enables unblocked link cross-connections and efficient fiber connections, ensuring reliable remote control of connections. The AODF uses the industry-standard 19-inch cabinet and connectors. It also uses a modular design, which makes the AODF easy to expand and cost-effective. The AODF supports smooth evolution and upgrade from a traditional network to an intelligent fiber network.
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