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Posted by: Industrial IT Team on December 07, 2016

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is disrupting the manufacturing industry by eliminating the rigid structure of production facilities and replacing it with flexible, networked production facilities.

What does this mean for machine builders?

Find out in this blog post, where I share my answers to a few questions about how Belden helped German-based machine builder Erhard + Abt create an intelligent robot system.

Read more to find out what l have to say about the intersection of machine building and IIoT.

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Blog Category: Enterprise Networking

Posted by: Stéphane Bourgeois on December 02, 2016

Underneath your IT infrastructure lies a foundation: layer 0. It’s the one we don’t often talk about. It’s frequently overlooked, but is so critical. Installed behind the walls and above the ceiling, behind closed doors and in dark rooms, your cabling – although hidden, and rarely the topic of conversation among technology professionals – is, in my opinion, the most important layer of your information communication technology (ICT) infrastructure.

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Blog Category: Enterprise Networking

Posted by: Qing Xu on December 01, 2016

With data centers migrating to 40G, 100G, 200G and even 400G, fiber link performance becomes more important than ever before. A dead fiber link causes system downtime, which costs your organization money, frustrates users and increases total cost of ownership.

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Blog Category: Industrial Security

Posted by: Katherine Brocklehurst on November 30, 2016

In 2016, 5.5 million connected devices are being added per day with an estimate of 20+billion internet-connected “things” running our world by 2020. Many view this future with optimism due to the increased speed, efficiency and innovation this pervasive connectedness will bring to our lifestyles.

Others find it threatening to privacy and confidentiality. Security experts worry that our dependence on connected devices is developing more quickly than our ability to secure them. For our critical infrastructure and industrial businesses, there is real concern. Here’s why…

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Blog Category: Enterprise Networking

Posted by: Greg Deitz on November 25, 2016

To gain points in the LEED Materials & Resources category, project teams will need to source 20 qualifying products sourced from five different qualifying manufacturers. These manufacturers, and the products they produce, that have environmental product declarations (EPDs) and either health product declarations (HPDs) or material health assessments (MHAs) can contribute to LEED points.

Even if you’re not currently pursuing a LEED project, paying attention to the building products you use – including cable – offers benefits.

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Blog Category: Enterprise Networking

Posted by: Stéphane Bourgeois on November 24, 2016

Real-time IoT data will increase data center workloads and bring new security, capacity and bandwidth and analytics challenges as we get IoT ready.

Is your data center IoT ready? Find out by asking yourself these questions …

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Blog Category: Industrial Ethernet

Posted by: Richard Weatherburn on November 23, 2016

Around the world, railway operators are looking for ways to increase train capacity and improve railway infrastructure. Communication-Based Train Control (CBTC) is an essential element in making this happen.

What’s the real story behind CBTC and how does it play out in real-world applications?

Read on to learn more about CBTC, as well as its potential benefits and risks.

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Blog Category: Enterprise Networking

Posted by: Greg Deitz on November 18, 2016

Belden’s products are being awarded with environmental product declarations (EPDs), material health assessments (MHAs) and health product declarations (HPDs) to help customers reach LEED certification goals. LEED v4 launched in late 2013, and is the most current version of the certification. It applies to all building types.

In LEED v4, an emphasis is placed on the importance of product lifecycle impacts and transparency of product ingredients. In order for manufacturers and their products to earn LEED points, manufacturers can provide (EPDs) and either (HPDs) or material health assessments (MHAs).

These sustainability documents provide transparency and verified information about lifecycle, environmental impacts of products and chemical ingredients used.

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