Cabling News - Nov 6th, 2023
Your source for insights into cabling and ICT products, technologies, and standards
Cabling News | View online
November 6, 2023
MPO connectors are here to stay and meet the increasing demands of technological growth.
The company’s latest product can accommodate both single fiber and ribbon fiber cabling.
The company will sell its video surveillance, access control, and intrusion detection product portfolios while keeping its fire alarm business and focusing on integration services for security, energy efficiency, and building automation.
Siemen’s new AI integration could prove to be beneficial for many different companies.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics’ first report on the telecom technician job category says $60k is the median income, while the top 10% earn more than $93k.
Klein Tools' new gloves protect hands while offering useful features.
Panduit’s Fault Managed Power System prioritizes safety while delivering power over far distances.
By working with MSolutions, Lenovo resolves a major issue with an integral part of its portfolio.
The RJ45 has standard color codes used in most typical installations.
Tempo’s FIP100 tests in accordance with IEC 61300-3-35, or user-defined criteria, with a single button press.
Held live on November 16, this 60-minute webinar will cover 3 topics: 1) Fiber installation and termination in service-provider networks, 2) High-density fiber management in LANs, and 3) Post-installation troubleshooting.
Optimizing 400G+ Link Margin with High Performance Fiber Solutions – Leads to Reduced Trouble Tickets and Cost while Unlocking Flexibility and Performance
Power over Ethernet can bring many advantages to an installation, especially with Type 4 / Class 8 delivering up to 90W. At these higher power levels, planning and installation requirements are more demanding and complex and, potentially, confusing. Here we explain the difference between PoE Types, PoE Classes, and RP Categories. PoE Classes Power ...