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  • Benefits of an Industrial Paging & Intercom System

    Are you looking for a simple structured cabling upgrade to help your business run smoothly from day to day? An industrial paging and intercom system could fit your needs perfectly. This addition to your building can simplify and streamline a range of critical business functions. Consider the following reasons why paging and intercom systems are […]

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  • 2018 Guide to Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)

    Over the past 20 years, Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) have become an integral part of large building infrastructure. In fact, many US jurisdictions now require DAS installation in new and renovated buildings. If you want cell phones, emergency responders’ radios, and other wireless devices to work flawlessly in your building, consider installing a DAS. This […]

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  • GPON Technology Overview and Benefits

    As a business owner, you know that time is money. You also know that the faster you can accomplish tasks, the better you perform against your competitors. If your copper-based local area network (LAN) is no longer keeping up with your company’s technology improvements and upgrades, now could be the time to switch to GPON. […]

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  • Next Generation Wireless

    Where We Are and Where We’re Going The TEK Center at Berk-Tek in Pennsylvania recently published research on the future of wireless technology. Read some of the findings below. As wireless devices become more and more prevalent worldwide, data consumption has also been increasing significantly. With this, industry standards entities are making efforts to enable […]

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  • HDBaseT Cabling Technology in Arizona & Utah

    If your business has connectivity requirements, HDBaseT could be the solution you seek. This cabling technology transmits ultra-high-definition video, audio, Ethernet, control signals, USB, and up to 100 watts (W) of power—all over a single, long-distance category 5 (Cat 5) cable or higher. With this technology, you can connect and power household entertainment devices, commercial […]

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