FiberSmart revolutionizes physical manual work using robotic technology and unleashes the economic value that’s already existed in data centers and networks.
It’s a Game Changer
ROME® is a robotic optical switch that offers dynamic fiber cross connect capability at layer-0.
The robot enables physical fiber connections to be made automatically, remotely, quickly, and without on-site manual intervention. The robot delivers superior optical performance and low insertion loss.
ROME® is designed to be completely transparent to transport protocols, wavelengths and signal rates.
Physical Infrastructure Automated
Data centers are dependent on reliable fiber optic infrastructure to support mission critical applications. This need is addressed when robotic technology is combined with fiber optics, infusing the intelligence down to the physical layer. Fiber Smart Networks global, cross-disciplinary engineering team optimizes this intersection with its newest innovation, ROME, a robotic fiber switch that can make hundreds of fiber connections through the click of a button.
With ROME, network connections can be created anytime and anywhere. In fact, ROME’s patented mechanical latching technology and fiber management fine tunes these connections to be as precise, stable and reliable as possible.
It’s Software Defined
Automating manual tasks with robots in the Layer-0 connectivity brings the future dream to reality today. ROME enables SDN functions and network management for the entire network.
Digital Transformation in Many Industries FiberSmart offers the technology and the solutions for digital transformation across industries.
Fibersmart's robotic automation solution delivers full remote management, connectivity auditing, and a fail-safe method of providing full physical layer automation. This allows businesses to deploy and manage edge data centers quickly and easily, without sacrificing performance or reliability.
Data Center Meet-Me-Room (MMR)
ROME robotics automate the processes in the MMR to manage the physical layer for troubleshooting, network performance and security monitoring, reconfiguration of interconnections in the MMR, and security checks.