This paper will allow you to make educated decisions when choosing a structured cabling solution that will last for multiple generations of hardware upgrades. It discusses: How the current and future generation of optics work; The pros and cons of each fiber optic polarity option; and The cabling design options for your data center.
Protecting network traffic from the noise and heat inherent with PoE is critically important. Download Berk-Tek’s white paper for an overview of the real-world challenges that are taxing copper-based cabling systems as IP convergence becomes more prevalent.
While standard twisted pair technology has improved, over time, gaps within pairs will inevitably develop. Download this free white paper to learn more about Belden’s innovative design to the twisted and bonded pair cable, which ensures you never have to deal with noise interference in your industrial cables, as well as how to accurately specify the right cable for your industrial environment.
White Paper: Increasing data traffic requires full spectral window usage in optical single-mode fiber cables
The optical fiber network infrastructures installed today will typically see four generations of transmission systems over the network’s expected lifetime. As recent history has shown, the amount of data traffic these networks will carry will increase dramatically and continuously. In order to cope with this increasing growth and anticipate the networks of tomorrow, a completely open spectral transmission window from 1260nm to 1625nm for data transmission and up to 1650nm for network monitoring is necessary in optical fiber cables.
5G Americas, an industry trade association, has published a 120-page white paper entitled: 5G: The Future of IoT exploring the market drivers and technology solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT), trends in verticals and applications, and an overview of developments in global 3GPP standards for cellular IoT.
Siemon’s Why Edge? Why Now? white paper explores the solution to reducing latency and the benefits from edge data centers, including fifth generation (5G) networks, Internet of things and Industrial Internet of things devices, autonomous vehicles, virtual and augmented reality, artificial intelligence and machine learning, data analytics, and video streaming and surveillance.
White Paper: Next-Generation Splicers — How Enhanced Cleaver and Splicer Functionality via Bluetooth® Produces Mo
Cost study: Compared to a traditional splicer-cleaver combination, a Bluetooth-enabled splicer/cleaver combination produce as much as 76% cost of ownership reduction and weeks of time reclaimed.
As buildings become more connected, complex, and dynamic, there is a growing need for intelligent building technologies that provide data-driven insights to maximize operational efficiency, cut energy waste, and lower overall costs. This paper explores how smart buildings leverage the Internet of Things (IoT) to create new opportunities for information gathering and sharing, and the impact it has on buildings management and operations.
PoE technologies are a critical component to Smart Buildings. Deploying these sophisticated systems can be a daunting task, which is why it is important to understand testing considerations that certify the physical infrastructure meets IEEE, ANSI and TIA standards. This paper provides a standards update across all technologies as well as examples of testing configuration, tests that should be run, gotchas to watch out for, and how to interpret test results.
By 2030, millennials are expected to make up 75% of the workforce – and they are demanding a more productive and flexible work environment that enables activity-based working.
Smart offices are the key to meeting these requirements. They use state-of-the-art building technology to improve employee performance and reveal ways to use office space efficiently and economically. With smart office, the space you work in becomes part of the team. Download the White Paper to learn more.