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Posted by: Qing Xu on February 23, 2017

In this blog – the last in the series of three about fiber upgrades – we elaborate on the main multimode fiber standard specifications that have been developed to support new high-speed applications, and help you decide whether you need a multimode fiber upgrade or if your existing system will suffice.

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Posted by: Wayne Anderson on February 17, 2017

We’ve learned a thing or two about customer love over the 115 years Belden has been in business. Without customers, we’re nothing. Our success depends on the success of our customers. You have to show customers love to get any love in return. And we’re sure that the same holds true for you: Without your customers, your business or organization wouldn’t be where it is today.

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Posted by: Qing Xu on February 16, 2017

Historically – especially in the telecom world, where the fiber cable deployment is very costly – operators expected active equipment and line card upgrades to allow more data to be transported over the same installed fiber threads. This allowed them to maximize their return on investment by delaying a fiber cable upgrade.

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Posted by: Ron Tellas on February 10, 2017

This week, the industry received some big news: The TIA TR-42.7 subcommittee agreed to include modular plug terminated links (also known as “direct connect”) in a TIA-568.2-D normative annex. The annex provides guidance to IT professionals to ensure a proper direct-connect cabling arrangement. Several Belden staff are closely involved with the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), holding many leadership positions within the organization.

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Posted by: Qing Xu on February 09, 2017

Thanks to its ultra-high data transmission capacity, ultra-low loss and installation flexibility, glass optical fiber is the most power-efficient data transmission media available today. Optical fiber cables have been deployed worldwide to connect people and “things” together.

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Posted by: Bob Ferguson on February 03, 2017

There has been a lot of talk about convergence in the cabling world; some of this has been driven by new technology and market overlapping. Today’s integrator has the ability to install a system that covers phones, computers, security, audio/video and even low-voltage power.

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Posted by: Denis Blouin on February 02, 2017

To make better use of floor space and decrease operating costs, more active gear is being placed inside cabinets and enclosures. As a result, they’re getting wider, deeper and taller. Just a few years ago, most enclosures offered 42 RUs or 45 RUs of space. Today, however, many cabinets offer 48 RUs of space – and can offer as many as 52 RUs (or more).

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Posted by: Ron Tellas on January 27, 2017

The industry has been predicting the growth of 10GBASE-T for years, and it’s finally happening. More networks are planning 10G migrations. Why? Due to demand from more advanced devices, users and applications.

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