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Network Cabling Considerations

July 21st, 2016 Posted by Kevin Gillingham
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The third installment of our ‘It’s Your Move’ series is dedicated to cabling considerations. Previously we explored business phone systems and bandwidth considerations for those who are moving or expanding their offices. When you expand your office or acquire a new space, it is inevitable that you will need to either augment or replace the existing cabling. […]

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In 2016, the number of internet-connected devices will grow by 30% to over 6 billion units globally. That number will soar to 20.8 billion connected devices by 2020. In the Internet of Things (IoT), every signal transmitted matters – whether it’s a security camera guaranteeing 24/7 monitoring, an HD display running information bulletins, or a […]

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Copper cabling is currently the most installed cabling, largely because it is less expensive than other options (such as fiber-optic cabling). Business owners are also more familiar with copper data cabling and often already have some of the connecting hardware or networking devices needed to integrate with it. Cabling is an important investment that carries […]

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What is Structured Cabling?

July 10th, 2014 Posted by Kevin Gillingham

Every office and business environment requires structured cabling for optimal functioning and true network reliability. A structured cabling system is the wired infrastructure that transmits the data essential for your network throughout your building, ensuring everyone who needs connectivity has it. Your cabling infrastructure is the delivery system for all the applications crucial to your […]

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