'Cabling Cafe' - Webinar Series
Monthly webinars on structured cabling technology, standards, and practical tips
The 'Cabling Cafe' is a regular series of webinar sessions intended to cover key developments, best practice, and practical advice. The sessions will provide a quick and easy interaction with our technical experts while you take a morning coffee at your desk.
Previous sessions are recorded and available for viewing on demand on this page.
|10 September 2020||Fibre To The Office explained||LANactive is an alternative approach to traditional LAN using Fibre To The Office (FTTO) topology and active switches to provide standard ethernet services to devices via standard copper based RJ45 technology||Alexandra Nacken | Wolfgang Beier||WATCH RECORDING|
|22 October 2020||The road to 100G in Data Centres||Enterprise Data Centres need to prepare for the next technology evolution to accommodate the incessant increase of data generation. 100G will become the next speed for the core or spine network. Different variants of protocols for 100G Ethernet are now available. This webinar will review various options ranging from parallel to duplex transmission for different fibre types like OM4,OM5 and singlemode.||Joost Grillaert||REGISTER HERE|
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About the 'Cabling Cafe'
We appreciate that it is difficult to stay up to date with latest developments. And whilst face to face meetings may be the best way to cover a subject, we also recognise that many people simply don't have the time to attend out of office events.
To bridge the gap, The Cabling Cafe sessions will provide a quick and easy interaction with our technical experts while you take a morning coffee at your desk.
We will aim to cover one topic a month but will add additional sessions as necessary. If you have suggestions for subjects you would like to see covered please email us at email@example.com.
If you are unable to attend the live session please pre-register in advance anyway and we will provide a link to a recording after the event.