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Fibre Optic Cable Buying Guide

Fibre Optic Cable Buying Guide

Fibre optic cables (also called optical fibre cable) transmit information as light pulses through flexible fibres composed of glass. Fibre is now a common option for Ethernet networks and telecom applications due to its high speeds for data transmission across long distances.

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What’s the difference between OM3 and OM4 multimode fibre?

What’s the difference between OM3 and OM4 multimode fibre?

OM3 and OM4 multimode fibre are both widely used and both feature the same diameter core. So, what is the difference between these common types of fibre optic cable? This guide will outline what sets OM4 apart from OM3 and when you might choose one type of cable over the other.

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Patch Panel Buying Guide

Patch Panel Buying Guide

Before you're ready to choose a patch panel, you'll need to determine your requirements. How many connections does your patch panel need to support? Is a twisted pair, fibre optic, or coaxial panel required — or perhaps one that can perform all three?

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How to set up a server rack

How to set up a server rack

It is essential to know how to set up a server rack to get the most out of your installation and ensure it meets the needs of the customer. If you know how to set up a server rack properly, you will be able to provide an optimised set-up ready for equipment to be installed.

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What is a fibre optic cable? What is the difference between fibre optic cables and Ethernet cables?

What is a fibre optic cable? What is the difference between fibre optic cables and Ethernet cables?

In this day and age, the Internet has become fundamental for communicating information and working efficiently. The accessibility of sufficient high-speed Internet can have a serious influence on productivity.

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What is an RJ45 connector? What's the difference between an RJ45 and an RJ11 connector?

What is an RJ45 connector? What's the difference between an RJ45 and an RJ11 connector?

A registered jack (RJ) is a standard telecommunications network component that forms part of the cabling system to connect devices to a network.

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