Leviton introduces e2XHD Universal High-Density Panels

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Dear Partner,

We are pleased to announce the European launch of Leviton's e2XHD Universal panelsfor the e2XHD Patching System. The new Universal panels are available in 1RU 48-port high density flat and angled designs and can be bonded to the rack/cabinet in compliance with standards/codes.
The e2XHD System is an easy to connect, high-density, cassette based patching platformthat supports shielded, unshielded, and fibre connectivity in the same panel. e2XHDprovides fast deployment and simple maintenance, making it an ideal network infrastructure solution for IT managers who require protection for mission-critical data centre applications. With the addition of these two new Universal panels, the e2XHDSystem provides even more flexibility to minimise downtime and lower expenses.
The Leviton e2XHD Patching System offers many innovative features, including:

  • Field terminated copper jacks easily snap into cassettes
  • Pre-terminated copper trunks provide proven reliability backed by factory test results
  • Fibre MTP® cassettes provide a simple migration path to 40, 100 and 400 Gb/s networks
  • Extensive selection of e2XHD accessories simplify maintenance, protect connectivity components, and support quick moves, adds, and changes

As a valued partner, you can download promotional graphics and e2XHD assets from the Knowledge Centre or by clicking here ahead of a general launch notification that will be issued on Monday 12th March.
To learn more about the e2XHD Universal High-Density Panels and the entire e2XHDSystem, 

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