Network Solutions

The Art of a Well-Dressed Rack

The Art of a Well-Dressed Rack

The phrase "a cluttered desk is a sign of genius" does not extend to network cabinets. Read more...

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High-Flex Patch Cords Improve Density, Bend Radius, and Network Manageability

High-Flex Patch Cords Improve Density, Bend Radius, and Network Manageability

Small-diameter 28-gauge copper patch cords can offer big advantages in commercial networks, helping alleviate congestion and improve airflow in high-density areas such like data centers, telecom rooms and equipment rooms in hospitals, hotels, government, and other large facilities. Read more...

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Home. The New Office and Classroom

Prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, working and learning from home provided an occasional solution to getting the job done or school day completed in a pinch. Today reinventing home space into makeshift offices and classrooms has become the norm for parents and students throughout the country. Read more...

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Cleaning? Don’t Forget the Wallplates!

When it comes to cleaning, we all have our routine checklist that generally focuses on the most visible and prominent areas of the home – floors, countertops, furniture, kitchens and bathrooms, etc. The list is long and seemingly endless but it’s often missing one little but important job – wallplates. Read more...

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Industry Standards Update

Industry Standards Report

Below are some highlights of active projects from committee meetings during the third quarter of 2019. For a comprehensive list of the latest updates from IEEE, TIA, and ISO committees, go to Leviton.com/ns/standards. Read more...

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What’s Behind Your Wall?

When we think of electrical safety in the home we typically focus on electrical hazards we can see. A few that come to mind are damaged electrical cords, outlets that are broken, old or give off heat or spark when in use, the absence of tamper-resistant outlets in households with children and visible frayed wiring near load centers or other electrical hubs. Read more...

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