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Guideline for Copper Cabling Installation

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Copper cabling has been in use since electricity was invented and its quality has continued to improve. Network managers pick copper cabling for various reasons. For instance, copp

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Power over Ethernet Technology & PoE Switch Explained

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Wireless network makes a better connected world. PoE (Power over Ethernet) technology revolutionizes the wireless network by providing data and electricity over the same Ethernet c

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Patch Cable vs. Crossover Cable: What Is the Difference?

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Despite advances in wireless technologies, many computer networks still rely on cables as a physical medium for devices to transfer data. Several standard types of network cable ex

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Transceivers and Cables Supported for Brocade ICX 7750 Switch

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For today’s enterprise campus and data center networks, the network core and aggregation layers are upgrading from 10 GbE to 40 GbE. Many applications including High-Definition (HD

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Solid or Stranded Conductor Cable, Which to Choose?

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The development of global economy has brought the world closer and closer. And this connection owes to Ethernet cables–one of the most important connectivity devices. Ethernet cabl

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Understand Ports On CWDM and DWDM MUX DEMUX

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It is quite common to use CWDM or DWDM to increase the existing fiber optic network without adding any fibers. Using WDM MUX/DEMUX is necessary to build a CWDM or DWDM network. Now

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Optimize Network Capacity with Ribbon Fiber Cable

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Since the transmission protocols progress to higher and higher data rates, local area network (LAN) campus, building backbones and data centers are expected to employ cables with g

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How to Build a Home Network?

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You may want to connect your desktops, laptops, printers and other machines at your home to the internet and achieve the information sharing. Perhaps you just want to connect your

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Plug Boot Options for Ethernet Patch Cables

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The connectors terminated with Ethernet patch cables are commonly known as RJ-45 connectors. When purchasing Ethernet patch cables, you might be wondering that not all Ethernet pat

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Network Interconnection for Arista 7500R Series Switch

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There is a tendency nowadays that large-scale data centers and networks demand for a mix of 10Gb, 40Gb and 100Gb Ethernet interface speeds, with the purpose of utilizing a wider ra

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Tight-Buffered Fiber Distribution Cable for Indoor and Outdoor Use

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Fiber optic cables are constructed in loose tube and tight buffered. In the past two decades, tight-buffered fiber optic cable has been sufficiently proved to be suitable for both

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Transceiver and Cabling Options for Brocade ICX 6610

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Nowadays enterprise networks are able to provide all kinds of services, such as high-definition video conferencing, real-time collaboration, unified communications, virtual desktop

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