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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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DCDC Test Prep - 2019 Standard

Studies suggest that test preparation courses can help raise a test score by up to 25 percent. The official BICSI DCDC Online Test Preparation Course is more than just you, a computer, and a series of questions. BICSI has designed this comprehensive package to give you access to the highest quality

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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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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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Data Center Flash Cards - 2019 Standard

Study for the Data Center Design Consultant exam with these online flash cards, containing more than 500 quiz questions! A reference to the ANSI/BICSI 002-2019 Data Center Design and the Essentials of Data Center Projects, 1st edition, is provided to assist in your preparation for the exam.

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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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*FPM101: Fundamentals of Project Management

Project management is required to manage and control projects with teams. It has become an important part of the ICT industry and an important and unique career path for the ICT design professional. This course reviews the common tools and techniques used to ensure a successful project completion.

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Trends in Copper and Fiber Testing Including Category 8 and OM5

It has been an interesting year for cable test standards. We have seen the release of new standards, like Category 8, and new cable designations, such as OM5. We even have a new link model, the Modular Plug Terminated Link (MPTL). Of course, applications have also changed. With NBASE-T, we can get 5

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Network Design Requirements for Critical Facilities

Today's requirements for network design and implementation far exceed those practices of the past. Availability, security, and robust performance are base requirements of today's critical network environment. Every layer of network infrastructure found in today's critical facilities has great impact

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Network Management

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PM101 - Introduction to Project Management

This course provides a basic overview of the project management process from project selection to closeout, including information about risk management, quality control, and procurement planning. It offers up-to-date principles and strategies that you can use to make your project teams successful.

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PM103 - Advanced Tools for ICT Project Management

Many companies expect their project managers and project leads to be able to use project management software and tools, such as Microsoft Project, with little to no training. This expectation can be difficult to meet because these tools are designed for experienced project managers. This means that

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