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Posted by: Qing Xu on December 30, 2016

Over the past 36 years, Ethernet has become the most adopted and widely deployed protocol in our global network infrastructures. Fixed Ethernet connections offer secure, fast, stable and consistent speeds, and easily support the download of large files or high levels of content streaming.

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Posted by: Stéphane Bourgeois on December 29, 2016

This year marked the first year that Belden’s Enterprise Blog published twice each week: Thursdays are dedicated to data center topics, and Fridays are reserved for local area network (LAN) topics.

When we first launched Belden’s blog in 2012 – and then began adding posts about data centers and LANs in mid-2013 – our team of data center and LAN experts never dreamed that the Belden blog would be as well-read as it is today.

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Posted by: Henry Franc on December 23, 2016

Recently, while attending an industry conference on Internet of Things (IoT), I was struck by a comment made by a panelist. Several of them compared and contrasted the competitive landscape from various perspectives (commercial, industrial, residential and utilities), but one stood out when he talked about the importance of focusing on infrastructure.

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Posted by: Qing Xu on December 22, 2016

40G and 100G Ethernet technology is no longer a pipe dream for data centers – it’s reality. As data centers of all types continue to grow in terms of traffic and size, 100G is set to become the new standard for high bandwidth and intelligent architecture. It will take some time to spread industry-wide, but 100G is well on its way.

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Posted by: Ron Tellas on December 16, 2016

Think about the streets you travel every day. What would happen if the traffic engineers who designed these roadways didn’t take into account the numbers of cars traveling on them, road width and the number of lanes? They wouldn’t be able to accommodate a certain amount of traffic at a certain average speed. Traffic would be a mess, there would be bottlenecks and delays, and it would be hard to get where you needed to go.

The same holds true for your network – it’s only as good as the planning that goes into it.

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Posted by: Qing Xu on December 15, 2016

In 2012, 25G Ethernet deployment began – since then, the industry’s major players have been innovating and collaborating to fulfill your demands for more bandwidth with higher-performance transmission technology.

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Posted by: Ron Tellas on December 09, 2016

The wireless access points, cameras and other devices being mounted on our ceilings or high up on walls are connecting to our networks – but not all use standard faceplate, jack and patch-cord configurations to do so. Instead, a direct-attachment method is being used, which terminates horizontal cable with a field cable plug that plugs directly into devices.

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Posted by: Qing Xu on December 08, 2016

The cloud ecosystem keeps growing. New IT applications, IoT and imminent 5G network deployment are all driving factors, and will likely require data center network infrastructure upgrades for many enterprises – and you can bet that these upgrades will involve, tedious tasks that require careful planning, testing, procurement and coordinated deployment efforts.

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