Everything from the data centre to the smallest connected device is currently putting pressure on the enterprise network to evolve and meet the growing demands of businesses. As new technologies, applications and devices get introduced to your network, it’s vital you have the right infrastructure in place to support them. This white paper looks at the advanced connectivity capabilities provided by SYSTIMAX and why your organisation should trust it with its cabling needs.
Enterprise workplaces are under growing pressure to provide businesses with the necessary infrastructure to support advanced connectivity and emerging wired and wireless technologies. As IoT devices become the new office norm, organisations that fail to invest in the requisite the cabling risk falling behind their competitors and hindering their employees. This white paper looks at why organisations should be taking an integrated approach to cabling infrastructure to support the next generation of wireless technologies.
Using wireless technologies indoors has not always been straightforward. Early adopters of mobile phones quickly learnt that using a wireless network indoors requires you to bring that network with you, thus in-building wireless (IBW) solutions were born. Like every technology, IBW has both advantages and disadvantages so how can you can build a solution that provides users with the connection they need whilst continuing to drive innovation? This eBook looks at the history of in-building wireless solutions and outlines a number of best practices to put your organisation on the road to success.
Data Centre teams are constantly having to re-think their network infrastructure in order to support the faster data speeds that are increasingly being required by businesses. However, the Ethernet roadmap has proven the path to success is not always straight forward and as new technologies get introduced to the network, organisations must ensure they have the right infrastructure in place to support them. This white paper looks at how CommScope's High Speed Migration platform enables your infrastructure to adapt, evolve and scale in the long-term.
Recent advancements in wireless technologies have seen horizontal bandwidth pushed to its limits, with traditional 1 Gbps horizontal cabling in buildings no longer able to support the business requirement of faster network speeds. As wireless technologies continue to become the new normal, the network backbone will take the greatest impact, meaning the latest fibre-optic solutions must now be routinely considered for building backbones. This white paper discusses the importance of having the proper cabling in place for a seamless migration to 40 or 100 Gbps architecture.
Annual data centre traffic and bandwidth requirements are continuing to grow to meet organisations’ network capacity demands. As a result, shipments of 25 and 100 Gbps ports have increased exponentially, causing an evolution of migration strategies as businesses switch lane capacitors. This white paper looks at common infrastructure issues, trends, drivers and recommendations to make your data centre migration as smooth as possible.
Since their introduction in 2004, Category 6A systems have become the smart technical choice for any new installation supporting Power over Ethernet or data rates above 1 Gbps. However, while many of these new technologies will still work on Category 5e and 6 cables, anyone planning deployments with long-term usage should consider Category 6A cabling to ensure application performance isn’t limited. This white paper explores the past and present of data communications and discusses the benefits of Category 6A over its predecessors.