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Leviton Receives Award for Innovation

Leviton Receives Award for Innovation

In September, the Opt-X SDX Mini Wall-Mount Fiber Optic Enclosure was recognized by the annual Cabling Installation & Maintenance Innovators...

Fiber Optic Fundamentals: Connector Options

Fiber Optic Fundamentals: Connector Options

The type of fiber connector you choose ultimately will be influenced by the fiber transceiver interface.

New Video Library Available from Leviton Network Solutions

New Video Library Available from Leviton Network Solutions

Learn how to route patch cords, assemble a Secure Keyed LC connector housing, choose the right audio amplifier, and terminate a fan-out kit — all...

Four Steps to Successfully Deploying an Enterprise Wireless Network

Four Steps to Successfully Deploying an Enterprise Wireless Network

From information gathering to planning and selecting technology, we outline the fundamental steps for creating the ideal wireless network for your...

5 Reasons Power over Ethernet is Right for Enterprise

5 Reasons Power over Ethernet is Right for Enterprise

Over the past decade, Power over Ethernet (PoE) has steadily increased its footprint in enterprise applications.

The Biggest Decisions when Designing a Data Center Network

The Biggest Decisions when Designing a Data Center Network

The design and deployment of data centers is as much an art as it is a science.

Connecting the Smart Factory

Connecting the Smart Factory

When asked to describe a typical factory floor, most people conjure images of assembly equipment and highly automated technology — something like...

Download our new Cat 6A Reference Guide

Start Your Next Cat 6A Project with Confidence

Over the past five years, Cat 6A adoption has increased dramatically, becoming the dominant media type for 10 Gb/s networks.

Recognizing multimode fiber types by color

Recognizing Multimode Fiber Types by Color

Color-coding is a big help when identifying individual fibers, cable, and connectors.

IEEE votes down a next-gen 200 Gb/s standard that would have benefitted OM5

IEEE votes down a next-gen 200 Gb/s standard that would have benefitted OM5

IEEE 802.3 meeting, the Next-Gen Multimode 200 and 400 Gb/s study group voted down physical layer specification that supports 200 Gb/s operation over...

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