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Providing Reliable, Manageable Power for VoIP Network Wiring Closets: A Practical Guide to IDF/MDF Infrastructure Migration and Implementation

VoIP (voice over Internet protocol) is rapidly becoming the de facto standard for voice communications in business, education, government and healthcare. It’s not a matter of if your organization will migrate to VoIP, but when. Our e-book helps you understand how VoIP works and the best ways to p...
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Taking Your Network to 40/100G Ethernet

With the ratification of new industry standards and increased demands on data center throughput, 40/100G Ethernet will be an integral component of the next-generation data center. In fact, it is already an emerging influence on how organizations plan, build and operate their existing data center ...
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Implementation Considerations for HDBaseT Networks

HDBaseT is starting to gain attention as an application that extends HDMI connectivity from a few meters to a reach of 100 meters using HDBaseT and Category 6/6A cabling with the ubiquitous universal RJ45 interface connector.  Read this white paper to learn the considerations of Ca...
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Wideband Multimode Fiber – What is it and why does it make sense?

Multimode fiber (MMF) cabling is the workhorse media of local area network (LAN) backbones and data centers because it offers the lowest cost means of transporting high data rates for distances aligned with the needs of these environments. MMF has evolved from being optimized for multi-megabit pe...
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Taking the Mystery Out of 600V Ethernet Applications

Ethernet technology was invented over 30 years ago as a robust way to interconnect computers in an office environment. The scale and performance of Ethernet has made it the go-to technology for industrial applications as well. However, the application of inappropriate media product raises conside...
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The 8-Fiber Solution for Today’s Data Center

Determining the right fiber count is vital for the cost and performance of today’s high-density 40/100G data center and network infrastructure applications. The 8–Fiber Ribbon Solution solves the considerable costs, optical performance, and compatibility issues of the traditional 12 fiber infrast...

Passive Optical Port Replication in the Data Center

What is port replication? Essentially, port replication is “mirroring” the ports of active fiber optic hardware in a passive component (fiber patch panel). This creates a direct relationship between the active hardware ports and the passive structured cabling environment, thus simplifying the cab...
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Solving the Workplace Speech Privacy Crisis

When you think of an office building, chances are you picture private offices along the walls and cubicles taking up the open space in the middle. Some tech companies and startups have adopted communal tables instead of cubicles, with other offices taking over older buildings with open rafters an...

PON and Blown Fiber: The Optimum Solution for Today’s High Gigabit Speed Enterprise Networks

As enterprise network managers, challenged like never before, seek to keep up with current and future exponential growth of data and to find the most reliable, efficient, and cost effective means to support 40Gbs/100Gbs, more and more are looking toward the passive optical network (PON) as a viab...

The Optical Fiber Ribbon Solution for the 10G to 40/100G Migration

The relentless movement and volume of data has today’s data centers of all sizes seeking how to best deploy their network infrastructure to support ever growing gigabit transmission speeds.    Ultimately Fiber optic cables have become the ubiquitous transport medium in the data cen...
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