The bend radius is defined as the minimum radius a cable can be bent without damaging it or degrading its performance. If a cable is bent beyond its bend radius, it will kink it, damage it, shorten its life, or generate crosstalk or interference. That’s why it’s important to know the bend radius of the cables you are purchasing and using.
As we are entering into 2015, Pactech is working fervently to roll out a few exciting product lines and services in the coming months to broaden our offerings for data center and IT infrastructure customers. Here are a few highlights:
As 2014 draws to a close, we look back that this year has been a significant one in the history of Pactech. Here are the highlights:
Recently we had a customer request to return a large quantity of SAS cables they had purchased from Pactech. They reported these cables were defective. Pause for a second and observe the photo above and two photos below of the returned cables. What can you conclude?
When you try to design a perfect server or computer system, you may not have thought about choosing a perfect drive cable. A perfect drive cable can make a big difference in airflow and thermal performance for your server (especially for those 1U “pizza boxes”), and it translates to saving your electricity bill and extending the lifetime of cooling fans, drives, and other components in it.
If you haven’t had a chance to read our last blog post, we would like to remind that our free sample offer of 2 FlexLite™ CAT6 cables with free shipping ends tomorrow Friday, October 31, 2014.
For the past few years, we have seen a growing number of our customers buying our products for large datacenter deployments. This trend well aligns with the prediction by Gartner, a well respected market research company for the IT industry, that worldwide IT spendings on data center will reach $144 billion worldwide in year 2015. As a result, we decided to launch a few key strategic initiatives to serve datacenter customers while strengthening our existing custom cable services.
In phase 1 of our plan today, Pactech is proud to announce the introduction of our new logo, the launch of our new website, and the opening of our new headquarters, to reflect our new initiatives.
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