Quality Installation & Productivity Through Testing and Labeling

June 20, 2024
"Discover how meticulous testing and adherence to standards like EIA/TIA 606 can revolutionize your network infrastructure management, ensuring reliability and scalability. With cloud-based integration and remote capabilities, streamline your processes, minimize downtime, and maximize efficiency in today's fast-paced technological landscape."

Date: June 20, 2024
Time: 1:00 PM EDT / 12:00 PM CDT / 10:00 AM PDT / 5:00 PM GMT
Sponsor: Brother, Fluke Networks
 1 Hour

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In today's rapidly evolving technological landscape, ensuring the accuracy and reliability of network infrastructure is paramount. This presentation highlights the crucial benefits of meticulous testing, certifying, and labeling procedures, emphasizing the significance of getting it right the first time with minimal errors. By adhering to the EIA/TIA 606 Standard, organizations can establish consistent and efficient practices for managing their cabling infrastructure, enhancing both reliability and scalability.

Moreover, implementing robust testing protocols facilitates the identification of issues early on, leading to enhanced support capabilities and reduced downtime. Leveraging manufacturer's warranties further safeguards investments, providing peace of mind and financial protection against potential failures. 

The integration of cloud-based databases and results management systems streamlines data storage and analysis, offering centralized access for testing/certifying and labeling on-site. This facilitates operational efficiency and minimal disruptions. 

Additionally, the adoption of fully remote testing and labeling capabilities combined in a single cloud based database, revolutionizes traditional practices, allowing technicians to conduct both tasks seamlessly. This not only improves flexibility and responsiveness but also reduces the need for preparing ahead of time in an office environment, resulting in significant time and cost savings. 

In conclusion, embracing these benefits cultivates a culture of excellence in network infrastructure management, ensuring reliability, agility, and scalability in today's dynamic digital environments.

Talking Points

  • The importance of testing and labeling the first time with minimal errors.
  • The importance of utilizing the EIA/TIA 606 Standard
  • Enhanced Support Capabilities.
  • Manufacturer’s Warranties
  • Cloud-Based Databases and Results Management System.
  • Fully Remote Testing and Labeling
What the Audience will Learn: 
    - Minimize errors, Improve Productivity


Todd Morse
Senior Regional Sales Manager
Brother Mobile Solutions

Todd has 25+ years in the low voltage industry including owning several design/build datacom contracting companies in Texas, a Datacom Area Manager for a national distributor and the past 12 years with Brother Industrial Solutions as their Western Regional Sales Manager/Consultant and creator/host of the wildly popular web series, ‘BS With Todd’. Labeling is one of his passions and specifically labeling to ANSI/TIA 606 standards focusing on industry specifications, implementations, consulting and custom label creations for contractors, integrators and end-users.

Mark Mullins
Marketing Manager
Fluke Networks

Mark is one of the founding members of Fluke Networks, starting in 1993.  He has been involved in all of the key areas of the business, including cable testing, network troubleshooting and analysis.  He currently oversees the company’s Global Communications efforts, keeping customers and prospects up-to date on cable testing products and technologies.  As a member of the Ethernet Alliance Marketing Committee, he is responsible for promoting the Gen 2 Power over Ethernet Certification program.  He holds a B.S. in Computer Science and an MBA from the University of Washington.

Patrick McLaughlin
Chief Editor
Cabling Installation & Maintenance

*The granting of 1 Continuing Education Credit for this webcast by BICSI does not imply or suggest that BICSI approves or endorses this event.