Six Reasons Cable Certification Is More Important Than Ever
Cabling that is certified is far more valuable than cabling that is uncertified. This Fluke Networks white paper details six reasons that certification of copper and fiber optic cable is more important than ever.
Here's a quick peek inside the white paper:
Cable certification requires trained technicians and specialized test equipment. This is an expensive endeavor that can be postponed, right?
Cabling has been known to cause as many as half of all network failures. By certifying the cable network, failures are reduced. This is a crucial benefit that is magnified six ways in financially challenging times:
- Certifying is less expensive than repair
- Product warranties are limited
- Certification and recertification futureproof the infrastructure
- Uncertified cabling = stranded capital
- Reducing waste is good policy
- Buyer beware
Don’t let the pitfalls of uncertified cabling hinder your network performance. Check out the white paper below to gain a better understanding of these six reasons that cable certification is critical to the protection of your network.