Equipping Enterprise Networks (wired and wireless) from the Data Center to the Edge 

June 27, 2024
Discover the future of connectivity: where intelligent devices merge seamlessly with building infrastructure, revolutionizing data transfer and digital interactions. Join our webinar as we delve into the vital synergy of wired and wireless networks, essential for navigating the evolving demands of our interconnected world and ensuring unparalleled reliability and adaptability.

June 27, 2024
1:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM CT / 10:00 AM PT / 6:00 PM GMT
Sponsor: Oberon
Duration: 1 hour
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The surge in integration of intelligent devices and systems into building infrastructure, along with the pursuit of uninterrupted in-building connectivity, is forging a new frontier in the realm of data transfer and digital interactions. As the technological landscape advances, the synergy of wired and wireless networks will remain indispensable in our increasingly connected society. These networks will confront novel settings as the proliferation of device usage soars and the operational demands of businesses undergo transformative shifts. 

Technologies such as IoT (Internet of Things), in-building Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), and small cell networks are becoming foundational to our telecommunications infrastructure. These technologies ensure seamless connectivity and enhanced data transmission capabilities within dense urban environments, as well as enable a cohesive experience across various platforms and devices – bridging the gap between wired and wireless network technologies to create a truly interconnected world. 

The network reliability is more critical than ever, and adaptability is pivotal. This webinar will explore the forces driving network designers toward new and modernized methods of physical infrastructure installation to satisfy business operating demands and provide built-in flexibility for the next generation of network technologies.


Bree Murphy, RCDD 
Applications Engineer 
Oberon, a division of Chatsworth Products

Bree is an ICT professional with more than 30 years of experience in the industry managing, training, presenting, and selling. She is an accredited 23-year BICSI member, accomplished RCDD, an active and contributing committee volunteer for the BICSI International Standards program, and Women in BICSI. Bree currently provides global technical training, and selling in the wireless, wired, and enterprise building spaces. 

Additionally, Bree develops material, and delivers presentations at BICSI events, Cabling Installation & Maintenance Magazine, and various other Partner and Technology forums. Bree authors articles in BICSI ICT Today, Cabling Installation & Maintenance Magazine, Oberon newsletters and blogs. Topics include updates in the ICT Industry (wired and wireless), current events, best practices, standards, recommendations and more.

Bree specializes in the End-User enterprise markets such as Healthcare, Higher Education, K-12, Hospitality, Retail, Industrial, Transportation, Government and more. Bree works closely with the architects, consultants and design engineers identifying innovative and problem-solving solutions for the customer. Additionally providing strategic planning for integrators, contractors, and distributor business partners.

Moderator: Patrick McLaughlin
Chief Editor
Cabling Installation & Maintenance

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