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Cabling-Standards-2020_landing-page-graphicCabling Standards for Internet of Things (IoT)

Free Webinar Available OnDemand

1 BICSI CEC and 1 AVIXA RU

In this webinar:

In this webinar, we will review the wide range of standards currently under development from associations such as IEEE, TIA and BICSI. As we explore new standards, revisions and regulations, as well as what’s coming down the road, we’ll explain how these changes may impact cabling and connectivity design and installation.

We will also explore how the telecommunications industry is adapting to and leading change in an increasingly connected, IoT-based world. Demands like 5G and M2M (machine to machine) networks mean that our tried-and-true network design principles must change. From a standards perspective, you’ll learn how standards are constantly evolving to keep up with this change and ensure that our networks can support increasing numbers of connected devices.

At the end of this webinar, you’ll be ready to:

  • Explain current IEEE, TIA and BICSI standards and what they impact.
  • Describe upcoming standards, why these standards are being considered and what they will impact.
  • Understand how network design principles are changing to support IoT, 5G and M2M communication.
  • Understand the difference between codes, standards, best practices, manufacturer guidelines and marketing claims.

 

Henry Franc RCDD OSP CDCDP

Field Application Engineer, Belden

Henry-Franc-Bio-Pic-(2014)

With an emphasis on data center design, planning and building, Henry Franc acts as a trusted advisor for large or complex projects across all verticals, assessing clients’ business needs and finding the best technology options to meet them. He was also elected by industry colleagues to serve as vice-chair of the TR42 Telecommunications Cabling Systems Engineering Committee.

 

Ron Tellas

Technology and Applications Manager for LAN, Belden

Ron_TellasRon is the Technology and Applications Manager for LAN at Belden. He represents Belden in the ISO WG3 committee and TIA TR42 Premises Cabling Standards and serves as the editor of the revision to TIA TSB-184; Guidelines for Supporting Power Delivery Over Balanced Twisted-Pair Cabling. Ron has a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University, a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology, and a Master of Business Administration from Purdue University.

For more than 100 years, customers who have required unsurpassed performance and durability for signal transmission have counted on the Belden brand. In the 20th century, that trust was built on high-performance wire and cable products.

Today, Belden designs, manufactures and sells a comprehensive portfolio of cable, connectivity and networking products for the transmission of signals for data, sound and video applications.

Henry Franc RCDD OSP CDCDP

Field Application Engineer, Belden

Henry-Franc-Bio-Pic-(2014)

With an emphasis on data center design, planning and building, Henry Franc acts as a trusted advisor for large or complex projects across all verticals, assessing clients’ business needs and finding the best technology options to meet them. He was also elected by industry colleagues to serve as vice-chair of the TR42 Telecommunications Cabling Systems Engineering Committee.

 

Ron Tellas

Technology and Applications Manager for LAN, Belden

Ron_TellasRon is the Technology and Applications Manager for LAN at Belden. He represents Belden in the ISO WG3 committee and TIA TR42 Premises Cabling Standards and serves as the editor of the revision to TIA TSB-184; Guidelines for Supporting Power Delivery Over Balanced Twisted-Pair Cabling. Ron has a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University, a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology, and a Master of Business Administration from Purdue University.

For more than 100 years, customers who have required unsurpassed performance and durability for signal transmission have counted on the Belden brand. In the 20th century, that trust was built on high-performance wire and cable products.

Today, Belden designs, manufactures and sells a comprehensive portfolio of cable, connectivity and networking products for the transmission of signals for data, sound and video applications.