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How Much Do You Know about Power Cord Types?

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Network engineers that work around the world are well aware of the many different plugs and sockets in use in data centers. But first-time experience in a foreign data center might

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Use 28AWG Cable to Optimize Your Network

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Most people use copper patch cords 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 24A

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WAP (Wireless Access Point) Device for WiFi Extending

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Our houses  are usually available for WiFi which is provided by devices such as routers. However, in most public places, WiFi is often provided via WAP (Wireless Access Point) devi

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How to Choose Cables for Power Over Ethernet?

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Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a technology that allows network cables to carry electrical current to power devices rather than by power cords. From late 1990’s, PoE has been widely

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What White Box Switch Means to SDN Deployment

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Business now is becoming more network-centric than ever, which further stretches the limit of network speed and agility. SDN (Software-defined networking) has thus been brought int

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Power over Ethernet Switch Explained: Why Choose PoE switch over PoE Injector?

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

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Go Wireless With Fiber Optic System

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People now cannot live without advance wireless technologies, mobile phone is the typical example. The using of mobile phone improves our life a lot. However, without strong enough

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Video Security and Surveillance Network Design With Media Converters

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Media converters are simple and flexible devices coming into various types, which work on the physical layer of the network to provide a simple way to convert one media type into a

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What’s the Difference: Hub vs Switch vs Router

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Hubs, Switches and routers, what the hell are they? Have you ever wondered what the differences are among these boxes? Some technicians have a tendency to use the terms hubs, switc

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Fiber Media Converter: What Is It and How It Works?

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If you have a network that uses the older type of copper cables and another network that utilizes faster and more reliable fiber optic cables, it is possible to connect them togeth

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Difference Between Media Converter and Network Switch

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Media converter and network switch are both widely used in today’s high speed network applications. In some scenes, one can used to replace another one. Then, which one should I ch

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