Through the rapid growth of Internet of Things (IoT) deployments, organisations are capturing more data than ever before. But there are still a number of questions around the use of data that need clarity. What is the value in the data? How can it be made available and used effectively to benefit all stakeholders – councils, citizens and businesses? How can it be monetised, if at all?
CrossTalk Solutions, a VoIP consulting and application development company, has named the 5 finalists for its ‘Worst Server Room 2020’ contest. Contest entrants were asked to submit up to 3 pictures or up to 2 minutes of video of their server room/networking equipment/old PBX, etc. You can view the finalists on YouTube.
What will workplaces look like as they begin to reopen from the coronavirus? Will contact tracing with smartphones locate, track and report potential carriers? Will temperature and fever detection become required to gain access to a facility or enterprise? Will prescreening and validation processes be a prerequisite to on-site visits?
Light Brigade has been acquired by Hexatronic Group AB from AFL Telecommunications LLC. Light Brigade is excited to complement Hexatonic’s existing training capability portfolio and help expand its footprint in the US. Hexatronic develops, markets, and delivers components and system solutions for the fiber optic market and has a strong fiber optic training presence in Europe. In addition, General Manager Lee Kellet has retired. Martin Lee, previously VP at Rosenberger NA, has taken on the role.
BICSI Standards rollback pricing is still on, according to the association. BICSI brought back pricing from 2009 for their Standards Program Silver Anniversary in June. The response was so overwhelming that BICSI decided to keep that pricing.
The concept of energy harvesting has been around for over a decade; however, the implementation of ambient energy-powered systems in the real-world environment has been cumbersome, complex and costly. Constructing smart buildings that will conserve energy, encompassing both commercial and residential structures, is a prerequisite to ensure energy efficient structures do not draw heavily from traditional power sources that utilize fossil fuels.
How long before your building “knows” more about you than you do yourself? As ever-more processing is crammed into smaller, lighter and cheaper devices, it was only a matter of time before people would be able to wear them as they go about their everyday lives. It hasn’t taken long for people to find ways in which wearables could be used to improve the inter-relationship between buildings on the one hand, and the people who live or work in them, or visit them.
According to Market Analyst at AMA, the Global Structured Cabling market may see a growth rate of 7.3%. Factors boosting the global structural cabling market include growing demand for high bandwidth, the expansion and modernization of communication infrastructure and the upsurge in the demand for Power over Ethernet.
When it comes to high speed communication links within data centers or other business networks, demand for 10G Ethernet (10GbE) continues to grow. With plenty of options in existence, including 10G SFP+ direct attach copper cables (DAC), individual SFP+ optical transceivers and 10G copper modules, how is a network operator to choose? In this blog, we give you the top three reasons why 10G copper transceivers could provide the performance upgrade you need in a cost-effective manner.
The exponential growth of data transfer is pushing traditional campus networks to the limit. Compounding the problem is the surge in demand for high-resolution video streaming and intelligent applications — such as facial recognition systems — which add to the already high volume of video traffic from conferences, streaming, and VR devices. Finally, IoT applications, ranging from service robots and intelligent access controls to voice devices and sensors, are regularly deployed on campuses which increases the complexity of the network structure, creating an even greater burden on copper wire networks.