As discussed in Part 1, new developments in wireless technologies have exceeded horizontal bandwidth speeds of 1 Gbps, and faster network speeds are now required via fiber backbone cabling. Part 2 will discuss OM5, Fiber Backbone, and 10 Gbps.
As discussed in Part 1, if your company is planning the installation of access control readers and locks, data servers, or surveillance cameras, the project will require structured cabling to support these security system components. Part 2 will discuss Access Control and Wire Concealment & Protection.
Introduced in 2009, Category 6a cable (Augmented Category 6) can support data transfer rates ranging up to 10Gbps at a bandwidth of 500MHz. Superior to the preceding cable categories, the increased performance of Cat6a can be attributed to the tighter and additional twists of its wires and thicker insulation for the significant reduction of crosstalk.
As discussed in Part 1, infrastructure is composed of numerous components with cabling often overlooked by the majority of users when it functions well. However, it immediately gets noticed when it is faulty and affects performance and efficiency. Part 2 will discuss Long-Term Growth and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device).
Infrastructure is composed of numerous components, and the cabling component is often overlooked by most users when it functions well. However, it immediately gets noticed when it fails or affects performance and efficiency.
As discussed in Part 1, technology is now playing a greater part in teaching, and cabling in classrooms is growing both in importance and complexity. Part 2 will discuss Traditional Cabling Systems and Choosing Between Modular and Traditional.
As technology now plays a greater part in teaching, cabling in classrooms is growing both in importance and complexity. Many schools now feature wiring closets or server rooms that serve as the backbone for data communications. This includes providing Internet access to an entire facility.
As discussed in Part 1, zone cabling architecture is capable of supporting both existing and future solutions in smart offices. Part 2 will discuss Keeping Pace with Newer Technologies and Change Supported by Infrastructure.