Molex, Corning churn in DC space; Anixter takes out 'Show Me How' demos: The week's top stories
Molex launches full data center infrastructure line; Corning wins sixth Data Center Solutions award; Anixter to showcase products in ‘Show Me How’ demos at IFSEC 2018; 2 new IEEE 802.11 study groups are formed; Lithuanian lab innovates on Wi-Fi people-mapping; Must-see photos: Assorted cabling abominations.
Here's our weekly round-up of the top trending news stories and featured articles for ICT and IT industry professionals, as compiled by the editors of Cabling Installation & Maintenance magazine and CablingInstall.com.
Molex has launched a full line of next-generation data center infrastructure solutions "to address expanding hyperscale requirements, including higher bandwidth and increasing data rates."
Corning Inc. announced that its EDGE Mesh Module was named "Data Center Cabling & Connectivity Product of the Year" at the 2018 Data Center Solutions (DCS) Awards in London.
The distributor hosted a series of demos testing cabling, networking and security solutions at IFSEC 2018 (June 19-21).
Two new IEEE 802.11 study groups have been formed for wireless access in vehicular environments (WAVE) and WLAN local broadcast services.
Scientists from Kaunas University of Technology (KTU), Lithuania, have reportedly developed an innovative method for indoor positioning of people and things using a wireless network that they say localizes a human being or object within an accuracy of one meter, works in any Wi-Fi-equipped device, and has multiple commercial applications.