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Posted by: Ron Tellas on August 18, 2017

As information demands increase, data centers are becoming more congested with more active equipment and cable. Because of their smaller diameter, patch cords with 28 AWG conductors have become widely used in data center applications. But these patch cords offer another use as well: in enterprise networks. In fact, 28 AWG patch cables can be used in all applications that require twisted-pair cabling.

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Posted by: Qing Xu on August 17, 2017

An important part of new fiber infrastructure involves optical fiber connectors. By mechanically coupling and aligning fiber cores so light can pass through, optical fiber connectors can impact insertion loss and return loss levels, installation time and overall fiber system costs.

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Posted by: Denis Blouin on August 11, 2017

As digital buildings become more prevalent, and Power over Ethernet (PoE) and wireless are relied on more and more, zone distribution is no longer limited to open-office space.

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Posted by: Dan Bodenski on August 10, 2017

Why is virtual reality (VR) so cool? Because it transports you to another dimension – both in sight and sound – without you having to go anywhere.

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Posted by: Ron Tellas on August 04, 2017

With the increasing numbers of devices and users hitting our networks, high-efficiency wireless is becoming a necessity. Otherwise, when too many people attempt to connect, network speed slows down. This decrease in speed isn’t necessarily because the network speed itself is slow – it’s because of network congestion and overuse.

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Posted by: Qing Xu on August 03, 2017

As data centers are built and reimagined to support higher-bandwidth computing, storage and content delivery services, the components used to connect them will also need to change – and edge-mount pluggable modules are a good example.

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Posted by: Ron Tellas on July 28, 2017

In most cases, when it comes to cabling and connectivity, it’s better to play it safe instead of cutting it close. For example: You don’t want a cabling system that can barely support your current application requirements. A system that is fully capable of handling current application bandwidth needs, as well as future needs, offers more peace of mind, ensures continued productivity and reduces the need for costly upgrades later.

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Posted by: Warren McCarty on July 27, 2017

Those of you who know me (or have read my blogs) are well aware of my deep-seeded belief in customer advocacy. We use well-known phrases like “trusted partner” or “true partner,” which are about as worn as the tires on my old high school car. But, overused or not, these phrases say what they need to say, and there are few words that convey the message in another way. 

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