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DCDC Test Preparation Course

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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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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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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*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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*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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*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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Instant-On Enterprise through Data Center Infrastructure Management

This recorded session will educate you on Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM), a new category in your data center management toolkit, that allows you to streamline your data center operations at a granular level while providing you with business intelligence to reduce the provisioning cycle

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Local Area Networks

Did you ever want to know about the different parts that can be used to create a cohesive network? Starting at an introductory level, this course examines the fundamentals and basic hardware components that can be used when designing a local area network. Additionally, a big picture overview is pres

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