When organizing your workspace, or any room with any amount of technology for that matter, one of the biggest challenges is figuring out what to do with all of the cords…
Your Data Center cabling may not be the most glamorous part of your business but they are vital. In a way, it’s kind of like doing laundry, except your business isn’t completely dependent upon clean clothes. But, as with laundry, you can do more work on the front end and stay organized, or you can rush through it and wind up with such a big, chaotic mess than you can never find what you need!
With the emergence of the Internet of Things, the cloud and mobility, much of regarding conversation about network connectivity is focused on wireless. However, cabling isn’t going away. Requirements are evolving, but cabling is still an essential component of any IT environment. Because the life-cycle of a cabling system is typically much longer than most of your IT infrastructure, it is important to understand the primary cabling methods and plan carefully. We’ll walk you through the pros and cons of both types of systems.
If you think untangling shoelaces is complicated, it’s nothing compared to untangling and deciphering the mess of wires and cable your computer uses. Cables transfer information, and each have their own way of doing so. But which cables do what?
Sometimes it is hard to distinguish network cabinet from server rack cabinet when you want to install a new server or networking equipment in the office and decide what kind of equipment is suitable for you
Fiber optic cable, twisted pair cable and coaxial cable are three major types of network cables used in communication systems. Each of them is different and suitable for different applications.
Throughout the process of choosing a cabling installation company, you will encounter with candidate contractors at the new office space. Each visit will usually be a free consultation as each contractor they will make a site survey in order to make an evaluation and prepare a quote for the project.
The crossover cable connects two Ethernet network devices to each other. They were created to support temporary host-to-host networking in situations where an intermediate device like a network router is not present. Although crossover cables appear the same as a standard straight-through (patch) Ethernet cables until their internal wiring structures are compared.