CablingInstall's Weekly Top 5: Verizon sues CA city over wireless restrictions; TIA-942-B data center standard forecast

May 27, 2016
Also: Fiber-optic cables line imminent San Andreas fault concerns; World cabling market declined in 2015; 1 million feet of Comtran telecom cabling going into U.S. Navy vessels

Here are the top 5 trending stories at for the week of May 23, 2016:

Verizon suing California city over antenna restrictions
In question is Capitola’s ordinance 17:98, which, among other things, specifies wireless infrastructure is prohibited within five hundred feet of residential areas, parks or public facilities.

3 things you’re likely to see in the TIA-942-B data center standard
There is some likelihood that wideband multimode fiber (WBMMF) will be included in 942-B.

Comtran sells more than 1 million feet of Navy-vessel-ready telecom cabling to DoD
Since achieving NAVSEA qualification for MIL-DTL-24643/59 telecom cables on all U.S. Navy vessels in October 2015, Comtran says it has been busy filling orders for the cable.

Fiber-optic cables line imminent San Andreas fault concerns
966 roads, 90 fiber-optic cables, 39 gas pipes and 141 power lines cross the SoCal fault zone, which credible scientists say is due for a major release of stresses.

World cabling market declined 3 percent in 2015
BSRIA identifies Russia and Brazil as countries that fared particularly badly last year.


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