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Modernizing Health Care Infrastructure with Proper Project Planning, Systematic Implementation and Concise Planning

Have you ever wondered if it's possible to rewire every network and voice connection in an existing, 750,000 square foot aging hospital facility without disrupting service to patients or staff? In this presentation we will review the lessons learned from this complex renovation process and highlight

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DD101: Foundations of Telecommunications Distribution Design

DD101: Foundations of Telecommunications Distribution Design is an online, self-paced course. The purpose of this course is to introduce students to voice/data cabling systems as well as to provide them with a clear understanding of the foundational knowledge required to pursue a career as a Registe

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DD102 V 13.2 - Placement Test

This placement exam contains 25 questions based on the basic distributed design concepts. You will be given 30 minutes to complete and submit your answers. This test is used to determine the current knowledge level of the participants and readiness for all the hands-on work in DD102 . If you do not

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IPv6 Fundamentals: The New Age of Internet Protocol Addresses

IPv6 is here, and it is here to stay, eventually replacing IPv4. It is time for you to build your knowledge of IPv6 so that you are better positioned to embrace IPv6 networks when the time arrives. In this course, you will build a solid foundation around IPv6. You will discover IPv6 addressing and h

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*FSC101: Fundamentals of Structured Cabling Systems

In this course, you will have a chance to follow along as an ICT design firm attempts to meet the telecommunications requirements of three demanding clients:

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BG101: Foundations of Telecommunications Bonding and Grounding

BG101: Foundations of Telecommunications Bonding and Grounding is an online, self-paced course. The course will cover foundational knowledge of telecommunications bonding and grounding (earthing) concepts and methods. BG101 consists of seven modules that include engaging interactions, knowledge chec

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Pathways For Cabling Infrastructure

Are you sure you are designing your cable pathways to comply with the latest standards requirements? If you’re not sure, this course will help you find out. It is designed to cover the common standards that address requirements for designing and installing telecommunications pathways.

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Network Management

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Ethernet Technologies v2.2

Did you ever want to know more about the spaghetti shaped pieces of copper snaking their way from point A to point B throughout your designs and installations? No longer just a local area network technology, intended for use in premises and campus environments. Ethernet is now suitable for connectio

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*FBL101: Fundamentals of ICT for Installers and Designers

Are you considering starting a career as a cable installer or an information and communications technology (ICT) designer? Or do you have employees who need to know how ICT systems work? Or have you been in the industry for a while, but feel like you could use a refresher on some of the basics? If y

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*FBG101: Fundamentals of Bonding and Grounding

In normal conditions, telecommunications cables do not carry voltage, but what if something goes wrong? Fault conditions can cause high voltages to surge into the cables with potentially fatal consequences. In this course, you will learn how proper bonding and grounding can protect ICT equipment, yo

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*FND101: Fundamentals of Network Design

Network users generally do not think in terms of the complexity of the underlying network. They think of the network as a means of accessing the applications they need, when they need them. For ICT professionals, however, it is critical to know how a network is built and how to meet the end users’ n

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