TIA Updates Data Center Cabling Standard to Keep Pace with Rapid Technology Advancements

Download IoT White Paper from the Telecommunications Industry Association

Enterprise Internet of Things (IoT) solutions are one of the hot button topics of the technology space for 2016. To better understand the dynamics involved with the adoption and deployment of IoT solutions among US enterprises, Machina Research was commissioned by the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), InterDigital and Telit to develop a survey of enterprise decision makers focused on core IoT elements.

TIA’s Fiber Optics Technology Consortium Elects 2016 Officers

Arlington, Va., February 12, 2016: The Fiber Optics Technology Consortium (FOTC) of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) has elected its slate of officers for 2016. Serving for his ninth consecutive term as Consortium Chair is Rodney Casteel, CommScope; Vice Chair is Lee Kellett, AFL/Light Brigade; Co-standards Chairs are Cindy Montstream, Legrand and Adrian Young, Fluke Networks; Membership Chair is Robert Reid, Panduit; and Communications Chair is Dede Starnes, Corning.

Web seminar explains WBMMF, the next generation of multimode fiber

On Thursday, August 20, the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) Fiber Optics Technology Consortium (FOTC) will host a 75-minute web seminar discussing wideband multimode fiber—WBMMF—which it characterizes as the next generation of multimode. Airing live beginning at 11:00am EDT, the seminar will be delivered by Paul Kolesar, engineering fellow with CommScope, who chairs the TIA’s TR-42.11 Committee, which is developing the performance specifications for WBMMF.

CommScope provides data center connectivity for Chicago's TransUnion

As part of a significant investment to upgrade its data center infrastructure, TransUnion (Chicago) recently chose CommScope to outfit its new Northlake, Ill. facility, using the company's high-performance line of Systimax end-to-end connectivity solutions, to provide optimal connectivity within the data center.

Superior Essex Data Cable Manufacturing Facility Achieves 98% Landfill Waste Diversion Rate for 2013

Full Compliance to RoHS 2 and REACH Directives Also Attained for All Communications Products

Superior Essex announces that its Hoisington, Kansas copper data cable manufacturing facility has achieved 98% landfill waste diversion rate for 2013, achieving an industry-leading environmental milestone for the cable manufacturing industry. As a consequence of this plant’s sustainability practices, over 4 million pounds of waste were recycled or reused last year instead of being sent to a landfill.

TIA officially begins work on physical network security standard

At its meeting held in early June, the Telecommunications Industry Association’s TR-42 Engineering Committee approved a project that ultimately will result in the publication of ANSI/TIA-5017, which is initially being titled “Telecommunications Physical Network Security Standard.”

OFS expands FOX Solution fiber cabling platform

At the recent FTTH Conference, held in Ft. Lauderdale, OFS introduced three new products to its FOX Solution line of deployable fiber-optic network cabling and components for homes or businesses.

Firstly, OFS announced the FDH64, a new 64-fiber distribution hub for the fast growing multiple dwelling unit (MDU) market. The company says the compact FDH64 easily connects fiber-optic building cables with OFS’ direct connect low loss splitters through a pivoting patch panel, helping to save space while easing fiber management and provisioning.

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