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Is your network ready for the “Dilemma of More”?

Is your network ready for the “Dilemma of More”?

There is a shift in the way that organizations are thinking about their Local Area Networks (LANs). LANs are no longer viewed as just a way to share documents and send emails, they are critical to achieving business objectives and gaining a competitive advantage through new applications, technologies and services.  

To gain and maintain a competitive advantage, the LAN infrastructure must be reliable, easy to install, and future ready. The needs of your network are changing faster than ever before.  It is important to not only consider and plan for the active components and services, but also consider the network cabling infrastructure components that will meet environmental, distance and bandwidth requirements today and in the future.

Considerations in LAN Design

Network Infrastructure: Now the Fourth Utility

Network Infrastructure: Now the Fourth Utility

Reliable connectivity has become the expectation in our increasingly connected world. This is why forward-thinking business professionals consider their telecommunications infrastructure a “fourth utility” that is as crucial to their employees and clients as electricity, water, and HVAC. Download our white paper to learn the value of a converged fiber network

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Distributed sensing cable in industrial environments

Distributed sensing cable in industrial environments

Imagine being able to continuously, accurately, and in real-time detect small acoustic, temperature, and/or strain changes anywhere along an optical cable in the outside plant environment. Find out how this is possible using optical fiber as the intrinsic sensing medium. 

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Distance, wattage considerations drive power decisions

Distance, wattage considerations drive power decisions

Power over Ethernet—It’s an old concept with new applications happening today. As the concept is being re-imagined, why not also re-imagine your infrastructure to align data and power for the future of the building. New power solutions today enable high power options with traditional low-voltage labor and safety. 

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Considerations in outside fiber-optic cable design

Considerations in outside fiber-optic cable design

The Outside Plant network is evolving due to ever increasing bandwidth demands and the push to drive fiber deeper and deeper into the network. These trends are leading to rising demand for fiber counts greater than 1000 fibers in one cable. These demands require installers and designers to leverage different cable designs to meet current network complexity.

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We offer a complete line of solutions for every part of your optical local area network, from cables to connectors, hardware to accessories

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