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Posted by: Warren McCarty on April 28, 2017

There are certain utility services that businesses require in order to function: water, gas, sewer and electricity services are at the top of the list. As public utilities, these services are provided to all organizations; their cost is typically determined based on usage and demand, and customers pay a metered fee based on individual consumption levels.

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Blog Category: Data Centers

Posted by: Dan Bodenski on April 27, 2017

The “data-center-in-a-box” concept is becoming reality as data center operators look for solutions that are easily replicated, scaled and deployed following a just-in-time methodology.
Rack scale design is a modular, efficient design approach that supports this desire for easier-to-manage compute and storage solutions.

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Blog Category: Industrial Ethernet

Posted by: Richard Weatherburn on April 26, 2017

As demand for mass transit increases in densely populated urban areas, so do passenger demands for more entertainment, on-time delivery and safety. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and impending technologies like Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) are making this possible.

TSN is a novel technology, currently in development at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), that offers an entirely new level of determinism in standard IEEE 802.1 and IEEE 802.3 Ethernet networks. Standardizing Ethernet networks with TSN will deliver an important capability: deterministic, time-critical packet delivery.

It represents the next step in the evolution of dependable and standardized automation technology and is certainly the next step in improving railway communication. Click “Read More” below to learn more.

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Blog Category: Data Centers

Posted by: Steve Lampen on April 21, 2017

As we said in a previous blog, there’s a revolution happening with 4K coax cable design. We outlined factors that set new 4K coax cable design apart (silver-coated copper center conductors, the insulation, polyethylene types and foil shields bonded to the core). Then we ended our post by promising to tell you about the last remaining factor that sets new 4K coax cable designs apart from the others: the cable braid in 12 GHz 4K design.

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Blog Category: Data Centers

Posted by: Dan Bodenski on April 20, 2017

Could DC power be an energy-saving game changer in the data center industry?
As power densities increase, colocation and hyperscale data center operators need to take advantage of every opportunity to reduce power consumption. Is it possible that 380V direct current (DC) might be the solution?

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Blog Category: Industrial Ethernet

Posted by: Peter Martin on April 19, 2017

Is the increase in industrial automation jargon indicative of an important technological advancement, or is it just more marketing hype during a slow market period?
   
To learn more about the changes happening in industrial automation, read insights from guest blogger Peter Martin. Peter Martin is a vice president and fellow at Schneider Electric, a Belden partner. Here, he shares his perspective on what is really going on in industrial automation.

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Blog Category: Data Centers

Posted by: Ron Tellas on April 14, 2017

Cabling standards exist for a reason – they help you get the most out of your networks. But many cabling solutions are designed to perform beyond what the standards specify.

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Blog Category: Data Centers

Posted by: Dan Bodenski on April 13, 2017

You may have heard about computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling when it comes to the design of high-performance Formula 1 racecars. By using CFD modeling to maximize down-flow forces while minimizing friction – for the racecar body and smaller “wings and struts” – Formula 1 produces a winning combination.

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