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All you need to know about Structured Cabling

    All you need to know about Structured Cabling!   Ever wondered what structured cabling system is? Well, if you want to get a deeper insight regarding the complete intricate system of cabling and the related hardware, then you are just at the right place. We are going to skim through the concepts of structured cabling

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    Category 8 cable Approved

      The TIA TR-42.7 Copper Cabling Subcommittee has finally approved the Category 8 cabling, the newest and the latest copper cable system for Network cabling. Category 8 can be considered an extreme powerhouse of Data transmission as it uses a frequency of 2000 MHz and is specified with transmission performance of up to 2 GHz which is

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      Popular Fiber Cabling Connectors

        Fiber connectors are basically plugs joined to the end of a Fiber cable to make a Fiber connection.  There are different types of Fiber connectors available in the market and we will showcase some of the most popular connectors from all major manufacturers such as Corning, Belden, Hubbell, Commscope, Siemon, Panduit, Leviton and more. CORNING

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        Different type of cabling racks

          Cabling racks are an essential part of Network cabling and choosing the right type of Cabling rack or cabinet is equally important. Based on current, here are some of the most popular and widely used cabinets. Wall Mount Cabinets: Wall mount cabinets as the name suggests are mounted on the wall either concrete or dry

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          Network Cabling Pathways

            Cable pathways are used to route and run the cables. there are several types of Network cabling pathways some of which includes: Conduits Cable trays Raceways Fiber troughs Runways Conduits are most popular and commonly used Pathway. Conduits can be either Platic or Metallic and vary in size depending upon the number of data cable or

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            Do I need Copper or Fiber Cabling?

              Data usage over the network has increased exponentially over the last few years and therefore 10GBASE-T is the minimum you would need considering the future usage. Latest network cables such as Cat6, Cat6A and Cat7 are all capable of 10GBASE-T bandwidth and therefore fully complete the Fiber optic. However, you would need to evaluate your environment before

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              Why Cat6A for all Future Cabling Installations?

                With the introduction of online backups and Ultra HD video streaming, the internet bandwidth has become even more critical. Cat6A Cabling has the solution to the current and future level of Internet speeds. Category 6A ensures that your installation will be prepared to run all data rates up to and including 10 gigabits per second.

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                Why Rated Plenum Cabling for Your Office

                  Computer network consists of seven layers. At the bottom, providing the foundation for everything, is the so-called physical layer, which means cabling. A good cable plant is a dream. A bad one is a nightmare. Today’s networks usually employ UTP (unshielded twisted pair) cable. It resembles, but should never be confused with, telephone cable. The

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                  Data Center Cabling Standards

                    The Beginnings of the Computer Era – A Dedicated Room While the data centre as we know it was perfected during the dot com boom of the late 1990s, data centres actually have their roots in the earliest beginnings of the computer era. Early computer systems, which were huge, room-sized machines, required a lot of

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                    Types of data cables

                      The structured cabling market is estimated to be worth over $4.5 billion worldwide. Ethernet cabling has seen a lot of transition in the last decade especially notably in the last 5 years where internet bandwidth has the most important and trending topic of our times. Category 5e and Category 6 cables still rule the chart when it

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