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Q&A with CommScope®

The fine folks over at CommScope® were our guests at a recent Lunch & Learn event where Jarred Baker, infrastructure SE, and sales director Matt Towles provided the latest and greatest on: CommScope small diameter Cat 6A cable New universal SMB (surface mount box) – fits SL Series, Keystone, and M Series jacks EPX (fiber…

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Small Diameter Patch Cables and PoE

Power over Ethernet (PoE) is growing in both popularity and capability, along with the needs of users. The networks themselves seem to grow exponentially too as more and more devices and buildings become smarter during this Internet of Things revolution. On one hand, user demand for higher network speed and better data transfer is ushering…

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Cat 6A: The Future of Enterprise-Level Networks

The future of gigabit ethernet cabling is here. Well… it’s actually been here since 2004. First appearing as SYSTIMAX® GigaSPEED X10D from CommScope®, the transition from 6 to 6A started in earnest years later, resulting in Cat 6A being the recommended cable modern networks are built with now. Designed with the future in mind –…

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Is your building powered correctly?

The commercial buildings of today – and most certainly the buildings of tomorrow – require power. From the ease of scalability to safety to cost savings from increased efficiency, how your network is powered and deployed is becoming more important by the day. Jason Bautista, a solution architect for Cloud and Hyperscale Solutions at CommScope®,…

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Discover Air-Blown Fiber® Solutions from Sumitomo Electric Lightwave

In this day and age, copper cabling just won’t cut it when it comes to expansive networks or expanding a network. What does that mean? Simply put: copper loses its effectiveness after 300 feet. Network speed diminishes then, too. If your connections are longer than 300 feet, or you’re expanding the footprint of your campus…

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