Data networking and communications

Warren & Brown mini Category 6A shielded patch cords

26 July, 2017 by | Supplied by: Warren & Brown Technologies

The Warren & Brown Category 6A mini shielded patch cords allow for data transmission between patch panels, outlets and/or IT equipment.


Belden DataTuff Cat6A and Cat5e Profinet cables

18 July, 2017 by | Supplied by: Belden Australia Pty Ltd

Belden's DataTuff Cat6A and Cat5e Profinet cables carry mission-critical data from sensors, actuators and other devices on the factory floor to back-office applications for smarter management.


CommScope Mini-OTE 400 optical termination enclosure

12 July, 2017 by | Supplied by: CommScope Solutions Australia Pty Ltd

CommScope's Mini-OTE 400 series optical termination enclosure is a compact and field-friendly terminal allowing the feeder cable to be field-installed in FTTX architectures.


CommScope Duplex LC fibre and RJ45

06 July, 2017 by | Supplied by: CommScope Solutions Australia Pty Ltd

CommScope has released a secure product solution for Duplex LC fibre and RJ45 Cat6A F/UTP plenum applications.


TCP testing

28 June, 2017 by | Supplied by: TelecomTest Solutions

Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) turns the 'best effort' nature of IP networks into reliable communication services. Tests are, however, needed to ensure optimal performance.


Omron S8BA series DC-DC UPS

23 June, 2017 by | Supplied by: Omron Electronics Pty Ltd

Omron's S8BA series of DC-DC uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) is designed to produce a steady 24 VDC output for industrial-purpose computers (IPC) and controllers.


TE Connectivity SlimSeal miniature sealed wire-to-wire connectors

22 June, 2017 by | Supplied by: Commscope

TE Connectivity's SlimSeal miniature connector series features a press-to-release spring latch that ensures secure mating.


Lapp Group ETHERLINE torsion-resistant Ethernet cable

22 June, 2017 by | Supplied by: Treotham Automation Pty Ltd

Lapp Group has added two high-speed industrial Ethernet cables to its ETHERLINE range, including a torsion-resistant and Profinet-compatible Cat.7 cable.


Data centre migration — ask the right questions

21 June, 2017 by Gavin Milton-White* | Supplied by: CommScope Solutions Australia Pty Ltd

The Australian data centre services market is growing at an astonishing speed, achieving a 12.4% compound annual growth rate (CAGR); and it is expected to reach an AU$2.055 billion market value by the year 2021.


Siemon SkinnyPatch 6A S/FTP modular patch cords

13 June, 2017 by | Supplied by: Siemon Australia

Siemon's SkinnyPatch 6A S/FTP modular patch cords deliver category 6A shielded performance with a reduced diameter for improved pathway fill, airflow and increased flexibility in high-density data centre environments.


CommScope forms new data centre alliance

09 June, 2017 by

CommScope has formed the Multi-Tenant Data Center (MTDC) Alliance to address a shift in the data centre market.


Getting connected

30 May, 2017 by | Supplied by: Wavelink

Chatswood Private Hospital (CPH), part of Presmed Australia and the largest eye, ear, nose, throat and face specialist day surgery in Australia, has partnered with Wavelink for better communication and an improved patient experience in its new facility.


How the changing workplace is impacting Wi-Fi networks

30 May, 2017 by Amit Rao, Director – APAC channels | Supplied by: NetScout

Wi-Fi has become ubiquitous in daily life and most employees never give it a second thought. They simply expect the network to be available, fast, stable, consistent and secure, whether they are at their own desk in the office, roaming around the workspace or participating in a video conference or face-to-face meeting.


Virtualisation turns up heat on data centre contractors

23 May, 2017 by Andrew Kirker, General Manager - Datacentres | Supplied by: Schneider Electric

Squeezing energy efficiencies out of modern data centres can create unintended hot spot issues.


Why organisations need smart building infrastructure

09 May, 2017 by Ilan Rubin, Managing Director | Supplied by: Wavelink

Smart buildings demand robust infrastructure that is available, reliable, cost-effective and otherwise suited to their mission-critical role. They rely on the Internet of Things and the organisation's existing network, so it's essential to put the right strategy in place to adequately support the demands of smart buildings.


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