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**Are You Ready for the Internet of Things (IoT) to Change Our Buildings?

The Internet of Things (IoT) will completely alter how our buildings operate. Are we ready? Operational technology (OT) is the core of our buildings. When it’s smart, it’s a lot like IT. But IT and OT are not the same, and the difference isn’t in cabling. It’s in the stakeholders, lifecycles, securi

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*Single Pair Cabling for the Internet of Things (IoT) and Intelligent Buildings

Balanced single-pair cabling has the advantage of small size, high density, and favorable economics to match the need for connecting large number of sensors, actuators, building automation systems and IoT devices that are becoming prevalent in smart buildings. This presentation covers generic balanc

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DAS Bootcamp-Next Generation Wireless Networks

At the advent of 5G, wireless possibilities are reaching unprecedented heights. What was once a dream will soon be an everyday reality and enterprises need to ask, “Is my infrastructure able to support the burgeoning demands?” In preparation of the coming Internet of Things (IoT) Age, we will explor

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DC101 - Introduction to Data Center Design

DC101: Introduction to Data Center Design is an online, self-paced course intended to act as the first step in the Data Center Design Consultant (DCDC) career path. Based on the ANSI/BICSI002-2014 standard, the course will cover foundational knowledge of data center design, including an overview of

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Data Center Physical Security

With physical security concerns revolving around the data center being a top ten concern, join BICSI ESS Designer Tom Bennett for a one-hour webinar, providing insight into current design methodology for the DC. Topics discussed include current trends in surveillance, access control, and perimeter p

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Does Your Data Center Have Class?

This webinar discusses the concepts of reliability and availability and how they relate to determining the availability class of a data center. It briefly covers data center classes according to ANSI/BICSI 002-2014. It briefly explains how the planning for power distribution and HVAC affects the cla

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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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TDMM Flash Cards

Study for the Registered Communications Distributor Designer (RCDD) exam online! These electronic flash cards contain more than 1,800 questions divided into “stacks” by chapter. A reference to the Telecommunications Distributions Methods Manual (TDMM), 13th edition, is provided for each question.

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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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*FMD101: Fundamentals of Telecommunications Media

This course explores the transmission of information over various forms of telecommunications media, including balanced twisted-pair, coaxial, and optical fiber cabling. It focuses on the common characteristics of those mediums and how their construction affects transmission. The course also explain

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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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