As 2005 approaches, it’s time to contemplate the state of a continuously growing trend in networking.
Draka Comteq USA Inc., a manufacturer of standard and specialty fiber optic and copper cable products, is now shipping a 288-fiber RLT (Riser Loose Tube) Series for indoor and outdoor installations.
System integrators from around the world will converge on the Mayan Riviera in Mexico next month for a four-day congress to discuss IT challenges and explore future trends.
General Cable Corp. has introduced the GenSpeed 6000 Category 6 cable, which the company says provides performance that exceeds the TIA/EIA standard for Cat 6.
Systimax Solutions has introduced an enterprise wireless LAN offering called the AirSpeed, which allows organizations to deploy a wireless system at the same time they install the general LAN infrastructure.
I am frequently asked to provide guidance on the use of 4-pair telecommunications cabling for remote powering and control of electrical devices such as security cameras, different sensors, access controllers and alarms.
Anderson Power Products (APP) is now shipping new press-fit contacts for its PowerMod line of connectors. The concept enables a solder-free connection to the PCB.
The Wiremold Company recently introduced the FlameStopper, a firestopping device for through-wall penetrations that allow wires and cables to be easily added or removed, while maintaining the fire rating of the wall.
The Real Time Patching System from Molex Premise Networks enables the physical network infrastructure to detect potential threats to the network before they occur.
The University of Guelph is in an enviable position now that VoIP has become the technology sector’s version of The New New Thing.