Before any testing of a Fibre Optic Solution can commence, there are up to 3 steps that need to be completed.
Ethernet seems to be one of the fastest growing transmission protocols ever, on both medium types, fiber and copper. Over fiber it easily reaches 40G and 100G transmission speed but in the future it may achieve even 400G or tera-level speed. Over copper, of course, much lower speeds are achieved and 1G Ethernet has become the ubiquitous workhorse these days. 10G Ethernet is also well positioned in the market with a strong year-on-year adoption trend.
Combustible construction materials can cause untold amounts of damage, resulting in loss of life as well as assets and income. As a result, fire safety has been and continues to be a major objective when designing a building...
Over the years structured cabling systems have evolved significantly. Recently, the never-ending need for fast data transmission and efficient network performance is only second to the demand for server virtualization, converged data centers, cloud […]
If we look at structured cabling system markets today we find a number of categories being used and offered by vendors. Although Category 5 products are no longer available for sale there […]
On July 16, 2012 the IEEE (Institute Electrical and Electronics Engineers) 802.3 approved the formation of a study group to develop objectives for the Next Generation Base-T (NGBase-T) application over […]
Installation of a cabling system in healthcare facilities involves consideration of many factors. The healthcare field provides one of the most demanding environments for a structured cabling system. Facilities are […]
Business initiatives demand that IT look beyond supporting infrastructure, devices, and applications on the network to managing the services that are supported by these components. Additionally, this must be accomplished […]
The Physical Layer, Layer 1 of the OSI model, is fundamental to the existence of any business yet ironically still often the most overlooked aspect when it comes to identifying […]
Every element of a Physical Layer One Network infrastructure goes through a lifecycle from planning, design, installation, maintenance and ultimately, retirement. The concept of ‘Lifecycle Management’ ‘ is not new […]
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