APSEZ-Mundra was built in 1995, with a basic infrastructure utilising Molex solutions including the fibre range of products. In 1998 the port commenced operations with a single berth and, following the recent expansion and commissioning of the data centre, now stands on the threshold of being the largest commercial port in India.
The site consists of 3 large complexes; Adani House, Adani Power and the APSEZ-Mundra. They are spread across a campus of 100 sq km’s and are linked with a Molex fibre backbone equating to 30km. Further, LAN cabling was required within the 3 complexes for the users, along with cabling for the data centre within Adani House. To operate a Port on this scale meant that reliable connectivity was crucial to track and handle containers, with little or no downtime. As all the processes were online, the network upgrade had to be conducted without disrupting the existing operations. The key factors considered by APSEZ-Mundra for the project were providing connectivity for the 3 complexes, perimeter monitoring (CCTV) and upgrading the Data Centre which required state of the art high speed connectivity between the devices. Therefore a redundant and failproof system had to be developed and the cabling system had to be scalable to address future expansion plans…
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