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Single Mode vs Multimode Fiber: What’s the Difference?

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Emerging demand of higher bandwidth and faster speed connections has significantly enhanced the growth of fiber optic cable assemblies market over the past several years, especiall

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Should We Choose Punch Down or Feedthrough Patch Panel?

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RJ45 patch panels provide a useful solution for cable management in data centers and other high-density environments. In the market, two types are offered like punch down and feedt

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Use 28AWG Cable to Optimize Your Network

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Most people use copper patch cord with 24AWG copper conductors today. AWG, short for American Wire Gauge, is an index which shows the cross-sectional area of a round wire. But 24AW

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Running 10GBASE-T Over Cat6 vs Cat6a vs Cat7 Cabling?

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The demands for high bandwidth keep increasing as the video and multimedia gain a large popularity among end users. The data rate of 1Gbps is gradually growing to 10Gbps. The Cat5e

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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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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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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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Tight-Buffered Fiber Distribution Cable for Indoor and Outdoor Use

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

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How to Use D-Ring Cable Manager

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Cable management in data center is becoming more and more difficult with the increasing of cable counts and devices. Cable management products like patch panels and rack enclosures

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Structured Cabling: Backbone Cabling vs Horizontal Cabling

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Computer networks require complicated and specific cabling, particularly in business or academic settings. The cables used in cabling the networks must be made from certain materia

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Cat6a Shielded vs. Unshielded: Which Is Better?

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Cat6a patch cables are gaining popularity as users are demanding ever higher bandwidth and network speeds. It has matured into our every day use, and ranked as the cable of choice

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How to Select the Suitable Copper Patch Panel?

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In the data center, copper patch panel is an ideal method to create a flexible, reliable and tidy cabling system. Today, various styles of copper patch panels can be found in the m

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