Anritsu has introduced its Network Master Pro MT1040A for 400G networks. The new, battery-powered tester supports 400G Ethernet and has a simultaneously installable 10M-to-100G interface for access, metro, mobile fronthaul/backhaul, and data-center transmission quality tests (BER, throughput, frame loss, and latency measurements), while the easy-to-use GUI, remote-control-over-network option, and auto-test functions add-up to a tester with unparalleled measurement efficiency.
The Food and Drug Administration is considering new approaches for delivering IT infrastructure, and the Department of Homeland Security is inching closer to making good on a long promised data center consolidation plan.
Join Viavi’s YouTube LIVE OTDR Basics session to learn OTDR basics including, understanding the mystical launch cable length — how long does it need to be? How to analyze OTDR Traces using Smart Link Mapper; how to identify a fault, and locate the exact distance to the fault along with tips and tricks for novices, as well as expert OTDR users to take you to the next level.
Amphenol Network Solutions’ Layered Fiber Demarcation box is designed for high-density fiber connectivity and splicing for indoor wall mount applications. This product can be made even more efficient with the addition of Multi-fiber Push-On (MPO) Cable Assemblies that deliver a Plug-n-Play solution for interconnecting elements in an optical network. The MPO connectors provide a quick and reliable link for multiple fibers (e.g., 12) in a single industry-standard connector.
One field that has benefited from optical sensor technology is wearable health and fitness. Optical biosensors have been embraced by the healthcare industry because they offer many advantages over conventional analytical techniques. This technology has appeared in applications including glucose sensing, laminate cure analysis, protein analysis, dosage form analysis, and many more.
Power over Ethernet (PoE) is shaping the current network ecosystem. Be it digital transformation, Internet of Things (IoT), NextGen wireless, smart devices solutions, etc. are all in rapid growth with the adoption of PoE technology. The structured and converged PoE cabling also has evolved in the past decade. This article explains common PoE cabling architectures, and provides further insights into the benefits and the applications of the zone cabling in PoE deployments.
The world of commercial real estate has already embraced the smart building concept, where multiple in-building systems converge and communicate over a single fiber/power infrastructure to optimize operations, sustainability and tenant experience. Now the coronavirus crisis is demanding new and enhanced smart technologies to keep people healthy and productive post-lockdown.
A recent study from Data Bridge Market research ‘Single Mode Fiber Optic Market Research Report” provides a detailed analysis of industry and its impact based on applications and on different geographical regions, strategically analyses the growth trends, future prospects. The report provides specific and up to date information about the consumer’s demands, preferences, ideas and their varying liking about particular product.
Panduit is pleased to announce the approval of the IEC 63171-1 (Variant 1) Single Pair Ethernet connector style by ISO IEC SC48B, the standards body that helps with international standardization of low voltage connectors. This newly standardized Single Pair Ethernet connector design will be key to supporting the explosion of Ethernet connectivity into edge devices within a broad range of applications including industrial controls, building automation systems and related sub-systems that can take advantage of structured cabling.
In order to have smart cities, it’s important to understand the most fundamental part of them – smart buildings.
In order to have smart cities, it’s important to understand the most fundamental part of them – smart buildings. They are the foundational “building blocks” that will enable a true transformation of our cities through which we’ll have safe, sustainable, connected environments for the majority of the world’s population. But as buildings get smarter across the world, there is a missing element needed to drive wider and measurable progress – a universal, holistic approach to assessing a building’s intelligence, or “smartness.”