NBASE-T technology applications graph

NBASE-T Alliance mounts BICSI Fall panel promoting benefits of 2.5G/5GBASE-T over existing Cat5e/Cat6 cables
NBASE-T Alliance mounts BICSI Fall panel promoting benefits of 2.5G/5GBASE-T over existing Cat5e/Cat6 cables

For the Twitter-curious, as well as ICT industry members who are active users of the platform, here's a rundown of some of my latest tweets and re-tweets, as recently seen posted to my feed @CablingTweets. Leading off is a link to a handy and illustrative new technology applications graph, made available for free download by our esteemed friends and colleagues at the NBase-T Alliance.

As succinctly stated by the industry group, "The NBASE-T Physical Layer Specification version 2.3, and the IEEE 802.3bz standard, specify operation of 2.5Gb/s and 5Gb/s Ethernet over Category 5e or Category 6 (or better) structured cabling, applying sophisticated signaling techniques to exceed the 1Gb/s rate for which this cabling was originally designed. In the vast majority of cases, the technology is designed to deliver multigigabit speeds without any special considerations from the user."-- Matt Vincent, Senior Editor, Cabling Installation & Maintenance

Did you know #NBASET tech is used in multiple applications and expanding each day? Hard to fit them all on one page, but check out the current list here https://t.co/0NrZaeYF6O#Ethernetpic.twitter.com/tdj9ifJ3Ho

— NBASE-T Alliance (@NBASETAlliance) March 13, 2019

Laments Muhammed Rudman, managing director, Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria, "We allowed the largest fixed telephone network operator to go under -- NITEL would have been the perfect vehicle to deliver fixed broadband." https://t.co/6zWPQAU8lT via @allafrica

— Cabling Tweets (@CablingTweets) March 15, 2019

2019 is proving to be a very busy year for ACCL. We are pleased to announce that we have been contracted to install 1800 #Cat6a ports for a prestigious insurance company in the City of London. pic.twitter.com/Obt4oxkFid

— ACCL (@Accl_Ltd) March 12, 2019

That looks safe. pic.twitter.com/Hkk5mXyWcp

— SAFETY FAIL (@Safethink) March 2, 2019

-150,000 square feet over 5 floors
-5 IT rooms and 11 Racks
-Over 360,000 feet (nearly 70 miles) of cable
-Fiber tie cabling between all 5 floors
-Over 35 access control doors and cameras
-Designed, built and managed with an excellent PM, architectural, engineering and GC! pic.twitter.com/1T6BeaWAiK

— TelecomWiring (@TelecomWiring) February 20, 2019

Check out our president giving a refresh about the work being done at BICSI HQ!! https://t.co/LU7WLKQngu via @CABLINGMAG

— TelecomWiring (@TelecomWiring) March 3, 2019

AT&T, Verizon Perpetuate a 5G mmWave Mystery | Light Reading https://t.co/JW4W6MLezG via @Light_Reading

— Cabling Tweets (@CablingTweets) March 5, 2019

Skilled Gaston #TelData Technician installing #CAT6#Cable at an ongoing #office & #lab build in #CambridgeMA. We're proud to provide #StructuredCabling & #Electrical services for @JMAConstruction at this new center for #healthcare#research & #innovation. #WeBuildCambridgepic.twitter.com/P0cLLxitr6

— Gaston Electrical (@GastonElec) March 5, 2019

Would you use that shower? pic.twitter.com/XN7Pgnt7HK

— SAFETY FAIL (@Safethink) March 10, 2019

More @CommScope Cca rated Cat6a and @hubersuhner fibre ready to be installed in one of our customer’s data centres this week. #datacentre#fibre#cat6a#infrastructure#cable#runsoncommscopepic.twitter.com/s6kAnisQth

— BSCL Ltd (@BsclLtd) March 5, 2019

Don't miss TODAY's free https://t.co/qG4DgIiiUJ 'Intelligent Buildings' Webcast. Register: https://t.co/Ze9nauuUis -- Learn specific cabling architectures and assuring power/data transmission for today's #smartbuilding. Approved for 1 #BICSI CEC. @CorningOpcomm@AEMTest@BICSI

— Cabling Tweets (@CablingTweets) March 7, 2019

Seems legit. pic.twitter.com/MXmCD75Gy3

— You Had One Job (@_youhadonejob1) March 6, 2019
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