Contractor Focused Training Events


Join Corning and Fluke Networks for a FREE Fiber Optic Connector Solutions and Testing seminar. This interactive 6-hour session will provide attendees with a comprehensive overview of the latest fiber optic termination and testing technologies. This hands-on training will allow attendees to work with Corning’s fiber optic connector termination kits and Fluke Network’s latest fiber optic test equipment. All attendees are eligible for 3 BICSI Credits.


Tallahassee, FL
September 17th, 2015 
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 2015 Corning See the Light National Webinar Event Series 

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August 18, 2015 2-3pm

Introducing EDGE 8 (Base 8)






Did you miss Corning's June Webinar Event? If so, click here to register and view the on-demand recording of  Surviving Outside Plant Cabling.

Did you miss Corning’s April Webinar Event? Link to register and view April’s webinar – Selecting Smart Solutions: Inside Plant Cabling by clicking here.



Live Webinar Series

Industrial Automation

 August 13, 2015
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CT

 Industrial Applications: Panduit Professional Design and Assessment Services Register Now

Data Center & Enterprise

August 20, 2015
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT

Zoning In On Energy and Physical Infrastructure Management (1 BICSI CEC)

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August 27, 2015
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM CT

Understanding the TIA-942 Standard (1 BICSI CEC) Register Now




Upcoming Webinars

Berk-Tek understands that the network infrastructure decisions made today can have lasting effects for decades to come. Berk-Tek and Accu-Tech are committed to keeping our customers up-to-date on the latest industry developments and advancements. Join Berk-Tek on August 26 to learn about the five things you need to consider when upgrading your data center. With the help of Berk-Tek and The TEK Center, you can be sure that your next upgrade will perform beyond expectation. Click here to Register




Recorded Webinars


The Internet of Everything is driving MORE bandwidth, MORE wireless, and MORE PoE. The popularity of PoE has soared over the last 10 years primarily due to its cost effectiveness. As we connect more devices to the internet, those hard wire connections will likely connect devices eligible to be powered via next generation PoE. Therefore, the expectation is that PoE's popularity will continue to grow as advances are made in the amount of power made available, and the efficiency in which that power is delivered. However, as power delivery goes up, so does the amount of heat generated, and the potential for problems with IP networks.


Watch the recorded webinar now.