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ADC releases new full line catalogue

January 12, 2005

ADC today released a catalogue of its cable, connectivity, and cable management products for enterprise and governm…

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New Agilent transmitter-receiver hikes performance of automobile multimedia networks

January 4, 2005

Agilent Technologies Inc. today released an optical transmitter and receiver that contains an extended operating te…

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Security equipment market to reach US$74B by 2008

January 4, 2005

The global market for security products and systems is projected to advance 8.4% per annum through 2008, approachin…

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HellermanTyton patch panels support 48 ports in 1 rack unit

January 1, 2005

The Gigaband Category 6 and MegaBand 5e patch panels from HellermanTyton are designed to provide high performance in half the space of a typical 48 port panel….

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Updated network connectivity catalogue from Siemon now available

January 1, 2005

The Siemon Company has released a new 240-page catalogue that contains product information, updates on industry standards and product installation instructions….

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The future looks good

January 1, 2005

January marked the start of my second term as the BICSI Canadian Region Director and I look forward to the tasks and opportunities ahead….

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SLUMP IS OVER – IT’S TIME TO MOVE FORWARD

January 1, 2005

Any doubt that the downturn in the structured cabling industry has come to an end was erased in late January at the BICSI Winter Conference in Orlando….

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Fluke’s DS3/E3 provides total vision into WAN links

January 1, 2005

Fluke Networks Canada has released the OptiView DS3/E3, a WAN analyzer that the company says allows users to go from “out of the box to useful data” in 20 minutes….

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The Rise Of SAN

January 1, 2005

In the late 1990s, the city of Saskatoon was facing a problem common to many organizations: there was too much data and too little storage space. Over the years, the city diligently increased its stor…

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Greenlee launches new handheld infrared thermometer devices

January 1, 2005

Greenlee, a division of Textron Inc., has released two handheld infrared thermometer devices that allow for safe, non-contact temperature measurement of terminals, lugs, motors and circuit breakers in…