2017 BICSI Las Vegas Recap: The week's top stories

Plus: TIA giving away a copy of its 942-B Data Center Standard to one workshop attendee; NBASE-T Alliance mounts BICSI Fall panel promoting benefits of 2.5G/5GBASE-T run over existing Cat5e/Cat6 cables; More

2017 BICSI Las Vegas Recap: The week's top stories
2017 BICSI Las Vegas Recap: The week's top stories

Here's the top 5 trending industry news stories from the past week, as compiled by Cabling Installation & Maintenance magazine and CablingInstall.com.

TIA giving away a copy of its 942-B Data Center Standard to one workshop attendee

The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) will give away a copy of its ANSI/TIA-942-B Data Center Standard to one attendee of the data center workshop it is hosting on Oct. 16-17.

BICSI 2017 Las Vegas: Exhibition Floor Photos

Take a walk around the show floor with us at the recent 2017 BICSI Fall Conference, held at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center from Sept. 24-28.

BICSI 2017 Las Vegas: First-Time Exhibitor Highlights

First time's the charm!

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

The panel discussion was especially intended to include a systems vendor's perspective on the benefits of using NBASE-T technology, alongside a cabling vendor's view on meeting NBASE-T requirements, and a testing vendor’s insight on assessing existing installations for NBASE-T success.

Superior Essex, Legrand team on next-generation building intelligence at 2017 BICSI Fall show

In their shared exhibition booth, the companies showcased recent advances in Power-over-Ethernet communications and structured cabling technologies that the companies note "have vastly expanded the scope and value of the Internet of Things (IoT)" by enabling advanced building controls and analytics and helping to create more efficient and more productive environments.

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