Accu-Tech is attending the ASHE PDC Summit, 2018!
March 25-28, 2018- in Nashville, TN!
Stop by and visit us in booth #1326!
After four years in committee, the IEEE 802.3bs fiber standard for 200 and 400 Gb/s networks was recently approved. With the adoption of new standards supporting 400 Gb/s, large-scale data centers require robust cabling systems that can meet current and future bandwidth requirements and network demands through multiple generations of tech upgrades.
Tuesday, March 27, 2018
10:00AM - 11AM PST
1:00PM - 2PM EST
1 BICSI CEC
This live webinar is worth one
BICSI Continuing Education
This webinar will cover what you need to know to plan a multimode or singlemode path to 400G. Topics covered will include:
- A roadmap for future migrations to 400 Gb/s over multimode and singlemode systems.
- Key information on new IEEE standards that will drive future data center migrations to 400 Gb/s.
- How the move to 400 Gb/s will impact the transceiver market and expand infrastructure options for data center managers.
Attendees will walk away with an understanding of how today's structured cabling choices will impact tomorrow's network capabilities. This webinar is worth one (1) BICSI Continuing Education Credit (CEC).
Can't make the live webinar? No problem! Register now and Leviton will send you the webinar replay to watch at your convenience.
With the recent publication of the ANSI/BICSI-007 2017, Information Communication Technology Design and Implementation Practices for Intelligent Buildings and Premises, Standard, new recommendations and requirements are being placed on the design and implementation of structured cabling systems within intelligent buildings.
Attend this webinar from Legrand and Superior Essex to gain a better understanding of how cabling and connectivity infrastructure affects the overall performance of intelligent buildings and how ROI can be achieved when implementing an intelligent building.
Thursday, February 22, 2018
1:00 p.m. EST
CommScope and Philips Lighting Shine the Light on Power over Ethernet (PoE)
PoE is becoming a key enabler of today's intelligent buildings. By providing power and data to low voltage applications such as LED lighting, PoE allows facility managers to reduce overall infrastructure costs while harvesting a wealth of actionable data. Evolving standards like PoE++ (four-pair PoE), along with new sensor-based lighting, are quickly redefining what is possible.
CommScope and Philips Lighting show you how to prepare for higher PoE and advanced LED lighting to create a more efficient and intelligent facility. Join PoE experts from CommScope and LED gurus from Philips Lighting on March 15th as they break it all down during a special webinar: "More Power to You, PoE, You Light up our Lives." Go inside the trends, technologies, obstacles and opportunities.
Recorded Webinars from CommScope
Check out CommScope's past webinars at the following links:
|Commerical Buildings||Data Centers||Fiber Optic Solutions|
|Outdoor Cell Sites||Spectrum Planning||Transportation Connectivity|
Live Webinar Series