The phrase digital transformation might lead to an eye roll and a groan from many IT people in financial services, such is the ubiquity of the phrase. But while we search for a new way to have the conversation, the conversation itself stays the same. Businesses internally and externally need to increasingly merge physical and…
Are you headed to BICSI Winter? Panduit and General Cable are at it again bringing you new solutions, new products and a new presence at BICSI Winter 2020! Our integrated PanGen booth (#701) is anchored by a large digital building display where you can see firsthand how applications like wireless, lighting, and AV are converging…
We design products that support technology of today and tomorrow. An updated jack certification shows we supported Type 4 Power over Ethernet 2.5 years before the standard published.
ran across an article written five years ago regarding the definition of mobility called “If Mobility was Just About Mobile Phones, It Would be Easy by Paul Lewis, global vice president and CTO of Hitachi Vantara. I contacted Paul to see if he feels the confusion of the definition still holds true. His answer, “100%!”
Reddit threads and cabling publications share similar images that technicians come across in their day-to-day work in telecommunications rooms (TRs). As buildings have become more digital, more and more equipment is being squeezed into already crowded TRs, which can ultimately lead to scenes like this. We’re here to tell you that it doesn’t have to be this way! So, save the Halloween scares for monsters and mayhem, while we provide some straightforward guidance on how to avoid this type of fright.
Are you equipped to deliver the healthcare of the future? In our new blog series, we explore key areas of consideration to help you make the decisions that will improve the lives of patients, doctors, and nurses.
In the final part of our three-part blog series with building innovation Research Director, Casey Talon of Navigant, we explore the challenges of implementing today’s technology in yesterday’s buildings and look to the future of sustainable smart buildings.