• Instructional cable lacing sewing a Kansas City Stitch

    Instructional video - How to sew a Kansas City Stitch to a cable rack. in this video we sew 1/0 cable to a rack.

    published: 22 Mar 2014
  • Demonstrating the Kansas City (running stitch)

    A cable lacing technique used in Telecom, and some other industries (No Sound) posted by request

    published: 18 Apr 2017
  • Cable Lacing - Kansas city stich / Cascading hitch

    This method provides more productivity.

    published: 28 Nov 2011
  • Smart Grid Security: The Kansas City, Kansas, Story

    How can utilities safeguard assets and their customers? How can they best train their workers for these challenges? Elster, Kansas City Board of Public Utilities, the Utilities Telecom Council and EnergyBiz present their perspectives in this replay from a June 12, 2014, webcast. • Real life insights from Kansas City Board of Public Utilities, a public power utility tasked with addressing these issues • Cross-industry experience thought leadership from the Utilities Telecom Council and Elster on the increased vulnerability faced by utilities and the challenges encountered to protect against looming threats

    published: 16 Jun 2014
  • TPG VC 2017 Hilton Kansas City

    Description

    published: 08 Feb 2017
  • Box Stitch

    How to "Box Stitch" coaxial and large gauge DC cable pair to cell site ladder racks.

    published: 21 Apr 2008
  • Why Kansas City Based Businesses Choose Brad Carrell for ICT Projects

    Brad Carrell shares with Dan Baldwin why he's a "Recommended Partner" for 1) Kansas City voice, data & internet circuits, 2) SD-WAN, 3) enterprise mobility, 4) IaaS and 5) matching distributors to the vendors solutions they do best. Interview questions include: A. KC HQ businesses. Is KC an unusual market? B. Why is matching SD-WAN to a carrier or MSP important? C. How is your enterprise wireless expense management different from a WEM management software package? D. IaaS - how is that different from or the same as “cloud”? E. What bad happens when carrier & distributors mis-match?

    published: 13 Nov 2017
  • Instructional cable lacing How to sew an H Stitch

    Instructional video - How to sew an H Stitch - in this video we sew cat 5 cable to a rack.

    published: 04 May 2014
  • Instructional cable lacing sewing a Chicago Stitch

    Instructional video - How to sew a Chicago Stitch. in this video we sew 1/0 cable to a rack.

    published: 30 Mar 2014
  • LIS2015: 4CC carrier aggregation demo with Paolo Marini of Prisma Telecom Testing

    Paolo Marini of Prisma Telecom Testing explains a four-component-carrier Carrier Aggregation demo at the LTE Innovation Summit, plus discusses takeaways from his presentation on VoLTE in stressed network environments.

    published: 23 Apr 2015
  • Fiber City Episode 3: Why Kansas City? | Video

    In part three of TechNewsDaily's four part documentary on Google Fiber we look at some the reason Google choose Kansas City as the first city in America to receive the high speed Internet connection and what it means for the city's future.

    published: 14 Mar 2013
  • Instructional cable lacing sewing a Kansas City Stitch Second Cable Layer

    Instructional video - How to sew a second layer Kansas City Stitch to a cable rack. in this video we sew 1/0 cable to a rack.

    published: 03 May 2014
  • Former CTO of Beam Telecom on Why Beam Zeroed in on SURE!

    Kusumba S, Industry Expert, Broadband & Telecom, and former CTO of Beam Telecom, talks about how and why Beam zeroed in on SURE! an end to end Subscription Lifecycle Management Suite. Read more: http://www.experiencesure.com/solutions/broadband-telecom/

    published: 19 Sep 2013
  • OPTIC FIBER OF TELECOM OVERHEAD 11000 VOLT AC ELECTRIC (DANGEROUS )

    contact for support (whats app) :- 7501880558 Cables are arranged on poles with the most dangerous cables, that is, those carrying power, strung highest. Overhead cable systems also include a number of different components for managing signal cables. These include splicing systems that allow multi-conductor cables for distributing telephone signals and snowshoe-shaped devices for reversing the direction of cables. When metal-based telephone wires are strung on the same utility poles as the power lines, they can pick up noise from the power line. Modern fiber optic telephone cable has the advantage that it can be strung next to power lines without interference. In heavily populated regions of the UK, the only overhead cable that would be visible is the telephone line. Power cables and fib...

    published: 19 Aug 2017
  • Telecom Construction - Hand Hole install - RMCS

    Digging and placing a telecom hand hole. Rocky Mountain Communication Specialties, Inc. March 23, 2014 Fort Benning, GA

    published: 07 Nov 2014
  • NEC is One of My Most Admired Corporations - ServiceMark Telecom

    Sometimes things don’t always go as planned, no matter how hard you try. And when things don’t go well, then you’re able to see what people and corporations are made of. *ServiceMark* is a locally owned company in the Kansas City area, and we’re a partner with *NEC*—a multi-billion dollar company who has our back when things don’t go well. For countless reasons, *NEC* has become one of my most admired companies, based on personal experiences, as well as a fair amount of study of admirable corporations that I’ve done over the years. Recently *ServiceMark* and *NEC* worked together to overcome a problem. Here’s what happened. Contact ServiceMark Telecom: 4243 NE Port Drive Lee's Summit, Missouri 64064 Phone: (816) 478-2000 Fax: (816) 795-2492 Visit us on the web at https://www.service...

    published: 29 Mar 2017
  • 2015 Smart Utility Report: How do smart utilities manage telecommunications changes?

    Utilities are investing in communications infrastructure upgrades to meet smart grid and smart city demands. Black & Veatch report tracks how utilities prioritize telecom upgrade issues. Learn more: http://bv.com/reports/smart-utility/managing-telecommunications-change TRANSCRIPT: Craig Watson Network Services Manager, Telecommunications The Smart Utility report analyzes how telecommunications technologies are advancing the ways utilities serve their customers. Networks are becoming smarter and more nimble, and that makes them more reliable. Utilities are reinventing themselves and adapting to new technologies, even as regulatory demands on security and system reliability are increasing. Utilities are rising to the challenge because they want to get faster today, and they need to be r...

    published: 02 Feb 2015
  • US islanders battle telecom giant

    Residents of Fire Island, just outside New York City, are battling a US corporate giant to save their telecoms network. Phone company Verizon wants to replace old copper wire landlines with a wireless system. But locals say the new system will limit their internet services and stop them from making important calls. Al Jazeera's John Terrett reports.

    published: 08 Aug 2013
  • Julian Lopez en Telecom (Opción Full HD)

    Unreal Backpacks Todo lo que necesitas para cargar lo que quieres Maletas y morrales para skateboarding, penny boards y cruisers www.facebook.com/unrealbp Spot - Telecom / Bogota Skater: Julian Lopez

    published: 25 Mar 2014
  • Telecom cable jointing

    Jointing telephone wires, crimping unit twin wiring

    published: 10 Feb 2018
  • Freedom Telecom Supply Fiber Backhaul Solutions

    published: 12 Apr 2011
  • H2BSM3: How to Connect Offices with SD-WAN, VPN, MPLS & P2P

    Businesses want their multiple offices to connect together over a WAN (wide area network) as easily as the their LAN (local area network) connects computers together in a single-location office. To make this happen, business IT managers need to implement one or more of the following technologies: SD-WAN (software defined wide area network), VPN (virtual private network), MPLS (multi-protocol label switching), and/or P2P (point-to-point) P2P is one of the older technologies that physically connect two computers directly to one another without being "switched" though a cloud network. VPN connects multiple locations to each other over the public internet using "black boxes" at each location. MPLS connects multiple locations to each other over a private network. SD-WAN combines a bi...

    published: 22 May 2017
  • Telecom DC HPU Hybrid Power Unit around the word

    Hybrid for Telecom designed and PAtented by Ascot

    published: 06 Nov 2011
  • 3D Scanning Data Center and Telecom Central Office CO

    http://www.arrival3d.com/telecommunications.php Laser scanning and other methods were used to create this virtual telecom office in 3D. It is a multi-layered room complete with ducting, ironwork, cable infrastructure, fiber ducts, rack-mounted equipment, cards, and connections. The room is built on the fly, populated from database information. It can be viewed, explored, and manipulated through a virtual reality interface within Internet Explorer.

    published: 23 Jan 2012
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Instructional cable lacing sewing a Kansas City Stitch
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Instructional cable lacing sewing a Kansas City Stitch

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  • Updated: 22 Mar 2014
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Instructional video - How to sew a Kansas City Stitch to a cable rack. in this video we sew 1/0 cable to a rack.
https://wn.com/Instructional_Cable_Lacing_Sewing_A_Kansas_City_Stitch
Demonstrating the Kansas City (running stitch)
3:42

Demonstrating the Kansas City (running stitch)

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  • Updated: 18 Apr 2017
  • views: 5663
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A cable lacing technique used in Telecom, and some other industries (No Sound) posted by request
https://wn.com/Demonstrating_The_Kansas_City_(Running_Stitch)
Cable Lacing - Kansas city stich / Cascading hitch
2:58

Cable Lacing - Kansas city stich / Cascading hitch

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  • Updated: 28 Nov 2011
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This method provides more productivity.
https://wn.com/Cable_Lacing_Kansas_City_Stich_Cascading_Hitch
Smart Grid Security: The Kansas City, Kansas, Story
1:00:40

Smart Grid Security: The Kansas City, Kansas, Story

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  • Updated: 16 Jun 2014
  • views: 236
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How can utilities safeguard assets and their customers? How can they best train their workers for these challenges? Elster, Kansas City Board of Public Utilities, the Utilities Telecom Council and EnergyBiz present their perspectives in this replay from a June 12, 2014, webcast. • Real life insights from Kansas City Board of Public Utilities, a public power utility tasked with addressing these issues • Cross-industry experience thought leadership from the Utilities Telecom Council and Elster on the increased vulnerability faced by utilities and the challenges encountered to protect against looming threats
https://wn.com/Smart_Grid_Security_The_Kansas_City,_Kansas,_Story
TPG VC 2017 Hilton Kansas City
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TPG VC 2017 Hilton Kansas City

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  • Updated: 08 Feb 2017
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Box Stitch
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Box Stitch

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  • Updated: 21 Apr 2008
  • views: 40976
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How to "Box Stitch" coaxial and large gauge DC cable pair to cell site ladder racks.
https://wn.com/Box_Stitch
Why Kansas City Based Businesses Choose Brad Carrell for ICT Projects
9:30

Why Kansas City Based Businesses Choose Brad Carrell for ICT Projects

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  • Updated: 13 Nov 2017
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Brad Carrell shares with Dan Baldwin why he's a "Recommended Partner" for 1) Kansas City voice, data & internet circuits, 2) SD-WAN, 3) enterprise mobility, 4) IaaS and 5) matching distributors to the vendors solutions they do best. Interview questions include: A. KC HQ businesses. Is KC an unusual market? B. Why is matching SD-WAN to a carrier or MSP important? C. How is your enterprise wireless expense management different from a WEM management software package? D. IaaS - how is that different from or the same as “cloud”? E. What bad happens when carrier & distributors mis-match?
https://wn.com/Why_Kansas_City_Based_Businesses_Choose_Brad_Carrell_For_Ict_Projects
Instructional cable lacing How to sew an H Stitch
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Instructional cable lacing How to sew an H Stitch

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  • Duration: 1:12
  • Updated: 04 May 2014
  • views: 13128
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Instructional video - How to sew an H Stitch - in this video we sew cat 5 cable to a rack.
https://wn.com/Instructional_Cable_Lacing_How_To_Sew_An_H_Stitch
Instructional cable lacing sewing a Chicago Stitch
2:49

Instructional cable lacing sewing a Chicago Stitch

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  • Updated: 30 Mar 2014
  • views: 32614
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Instructional video - How to sew a Chicago Stitch. in this video we sew 1/0 cable to a rack.
https://wn.com/Instructional_Cable_Lacing_Sewing_A_Chicago_Stitch
LIS2015: 4CC carrier aggregation demo with Paolo Marini of Prisma Telecom Testing
3:25

LIS2015: 4CC carrier aggregation demo with Paolo Marini of Prisma Telecom Testing

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  • Updated: 23 Apr 2015
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Paolo Marini of Prisma Telecom Testing explains a four-component-carrier Carrier Aggregation demo at the LTE Innovation Summit, plus discusses takeaways from his presentation on VoLTE in stressed network environments.
https://wn.com/Lis2015_4Cc_Carrier_Aggregation_Demo_With_Paolo_Marini_Of_Prisma_Telecom_Testing
Fiber City Episode 3: Why Kansas City? | Video
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Fiber City Episode 3: Why Kansas City? | Video

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  • Updated: 14 Mar 2013
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In part three of TechNewsDaily's four part documentary on Google Fiber we look at some the reason Google choose Kansas City as the first city in America to receive the high speed Internet connection and what it means for the city's future.
https://wn.com/Fiber_City_Episode_3_Why_Kansas_City_|_Video
Instructional cable lacing sewing a Kansas City Stitch Second Cable Layer
3:30

Instructional cable lacing sewing a Kansas City Stitch Second Cable Layer

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  • Duration: 3:30
  • Updated: 03 May 2014
  • views: 12281
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Instructional video - How to sew a second layer Kansas City Stitch to a cable rack. in this video we sew 1/0 cable to a rack.
https://wn.com/Instructional_Cable_Lacing_Sewing_A_Kansas_City_Stitch_Second_Cable_Layer
Former CTO of Beam Telecom on Why Beam Zeroed in on SURE!
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Former CTO of Beam Telecom on Why Beam Zeroed in on SURE!

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  • Updated: 19 Sep 2013
  • views: 235
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Kusumba S, Industry Expert, Broadband & Telecom, and former CTO of Beam Telecom, talks about how and why Beam zeroed in on SURE! an end to end Subscription Lifecycle Management Suite. Read more: http://www.experiencesure.com/solutions/broadband-telecom/
https://wn.com/Former_Cto_Of_Beam_Telecom_On_Why_Beam_Zeroed_In_On_Sure
OPTIC FIBER OF TELECOM OVERHEAD 11000 VOLT AC ELECTRIC (DANGEROUS )
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OPTIC FIBER OF TELECOM OVERHEAD 11000 VOLT AC ELECTRIC (DANGEROUS )

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  • Updated: 19 Aug 2017
  • views: 138
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contact for support (whats app) :- 7501880558 Cables are arranged on poles with the most dangerous cables, that is, those carrying power, strung highest. Overhead cable systems also include a number of different components for managing signal cables. These include splicing systems that allow multi-conductor cables for distributing telephone signals and snowshoe-shaped devices for reversing the direction of cables. When metal-based telephone wires are strung on the same utility poles as the power lines, they can pick up noise from the power line. Modern fiber optic telephone cable has the advantage that it can be strung next to power lines without interference. In heavily populated regions of the UK, the only overhead cable that would be visible is the telephone line. Power cables and fiber-optic cables that deliver television and broadband services are buried underground. The lesser populated regions of the UK, the countryside for example, will have overhead power cables. Although it is safer to keep the cables underground, it would be difficult to repair a line if a fault was to develop.
https://wn.com/Optic_Fiber_Of_Telecom_Overhead_11000_Volt_Ac_Electric_(Dangerous_)
Telecom Construction - Hand Hole install - RMCS
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Telecom Construction - Hand Hole install - RMCS

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  • Duration: 2:05
  • Updated: 07 Nov 2014
  • views: 2631
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Digging and placing a telecom hand hole. Rocky Mountain Communication Specialties, Inc. March 23, 2014 Fort Benning, GA
https://wn.com/Telecom_Construction_Hand_Hole_Install_Rmcs
NEC is One of My Most Admired Corporations - ServiceMark Telecom
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NEC is One of My Most Admired Corporations - ServiceMark Telecom

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  • Duration: 4:00
  • Updated: 29 Mar 2017
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Sometimes things don’t always go as planned, no matter how hard you try. And when things don’t go well, then you’re able to see what people and corporations are made of. *ServiceMark* is a locally owned company in the Kansas City area, and we’re a partner with *NEC*—a multi-billion dollar company who has our back when things don’t go well. For countless reasons, *NEC* has become one of my most admired companies, based on personal experiences, as well as a fair amount of study of admirable corporations that I’ve done over the years. Recently *ServiceMark* and *NEC* worked together to overcome a problem. Here’s what happened. Contact ServiceMark Telecom: 4243 NE Port Drive Lee's Summit, Missouri 64064 Phone: (816) 478-2000 Fax: (816) 795-2492 Visit us on the web at https://www.servicemark.net/
https://wn.com/Nec_Is_One_Of_My_Most_Admired_Corporations_Servicemark_Telecom
2015 Smart Utility Report: How do smart utilities manage telecommunications changes?
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2015 Smart Utility Report: How do smart utilities manage telecommunications changes?

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  • Updated: 02 Feb 2015
  • views: 536
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Utilities are investing in communications infrastructure upgrades to meet smart grid and smart city demands. Black & Veatch report tracks how utilities prioritize telecom upgrade issues. Learn more: http://bv.com/reports/smart-utility/managing-telecommunications-change TRANSCRIPT: Craig Watson Network Services Manager, Telecommunications The Smart Utility report analyzes how telecommunications technologies are advancing the ways utilities serve their customers. Networks are becoming smarter and more nimble, and that makes them more reliable. Utilities are reinventing themselves and adapting to new technologies, even as regulatory demands on security and system reliability are increasing. Utilities are rising to the challenge because they want to get faster today, and they need to be ready for the smart city advances customers will demand in the years to come. Internet protocol or IP-technology is leading the way, because it is the standard that allows devices to talk to one another through a common language. Through IP, these devices and other applications can communicate about network stability and customer-use patterns. Improved communications brings network reliability. These upgrades also raise the importance of proper security planning. Our analysis finds utility operators that once moved traffic over public-carrier networks are moving to private networks for more control and flexibility. These kinds of transformations require a well thought out strategy and proof-of-concept testing. These moves will ensure the improvements align with the utility’s mission and reliably serve its customers.
https://wn.com/2015_Smart_Utility_Report_How_Do_Smart_Utilities_Manage_Telecommunications_Changes
US islanders battle telecom giant
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US islanders battle telecom giant

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  • Updated: 08 Aug 2013
  • views: 1557
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Residents of Fire Island, just outside New York City, are battling a US corporate giant to save their telecoms network. Phone company Verizon wants to replace old copper wire landlines with a wireless system. But locals say the new system will limit their internet services and stop them from making important calls. Al Jazeera's John Terrett reports.
https://wn.com/US_Islanders_Battle_Telecom_Giant
Julian Lopez en Telecom   (Opción Full HD)
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Julian Lopez en Telecom (Opción Full HD)

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  • Updated: 25 Mar 2014
  • views: 1455
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Unreal Backpacks Todo lo que necesitas para cargar lo que quieres Maletas y morrales para skateboarding, penny boards y cruisers www.facebook.com/unrealbp Spot - Telecom / Bogota Skater: Julian Lopez
https://wn.com/Julian_Lopez_En_Telecom_(Opción_Full_Hd)
Telecom cable jointing
0:25

Telecom cable jointing

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  • Duration: 0:25
  • Updated: 10 Feb 2018
  • views: 37
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Jointing telephone wires, crimping unit twin wiring
https://wn.com/Telecom_Cable_Jointing
Freedom Telecom Supply Fiber Backhaul Solutions
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Freedom Telecom Supply Fiber Backhaul Solutions

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  • Updated: 12 Apr 2011
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https://wn.com/Freedom_Telecom_Supply_Fiber_Backhaul_Solutions
H2BSM3: How to Connect Offices with SD-WAN, VPN, MPLS & P2P
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H2BSM3: How to Connect Offices with SD-WAN, VPN, MPLS & P2P

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  • Updated: 22 May 2017
  • views: 519
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Businesses want their multiple offices to connect together over a WAN (wide area network) as easily as the their LAN (local area network) connects computers together in a single-location office. To make this happen, business IT managers need to implement one or more of the following technologies: SD-WAN (software defined wide area network), VPN (virtual private network), MPLS (multi-protocol label switching), and/or P2P (point-to-point) P2P is one of the older technologies that physically connect two computers directly to one another without being "switched" though a cloud network. VPN connects multiple locations to each other over the public internet using "black boxes" at each location. MPLS connects multiple locations to each other over a private network. SD-WAN combines a bit of P2P, VPN & MPLS into a new "magic mix" that provides "the best of all worlds". Following is a checklist that any business can use to understand how to know which solution is best for their situation. All this content is copyright protected to ICTA (Information & Communications Technology Association). You you'd like to use it or re-publish it you need to get written permission by sending an email to Dan@ICTA.us. Presentation Outline SD-WAN Subject Matter Experts Brad Carrell, Strategic Telecom Partners, Kansas City MO, 913-735-0499 Greg Ottensmeyer, TelephoNET, Baltimore, MD 410 499-4734 Checklist Questions 1. Multiple Offices Include Other brick & mortar locations Home offices Laptop access on the road (hotels, coffee shops, airports, etc) Cloud server locations 2. Connecting What to What? 3. What’s a VPN? 4. What’s MPLS 5. What’s Point-to-Point? 6. How’s SD-WAN the Same, Better or Different? Path Selection (2 circuit) Session Defined (2 circuit) Packet Optimization (2 circuit) Cloud component or all HW (where’s orchestrator?) Cloud MPLS (1 circuit) Aryaka 7. Is the SD-WAN “magic” mostly Hardware, Software or Carrier Circuits, or??? 8. Is there Such Thing as “Do-It-Yourself” SD-WAN with Generic Components? 9. Can In-house IT or Outsourced MSP Build & Manage SD-WAN? 10. Is it a Capital Expense Like an Old PBX or a Operational Expense Like a Phone Bill? SD-WAN Battle Card (Friend, Foe or ???) Equipment & Technology Vendors Mushroom Networks Teloip Cybera Riverbed Aryaka Velocloud Viptela CloudGenix Silver Peak Talari Versa Networks (CenturyLink, Comcast) Carrier Vendors ZeroOutages AireSpring MegaPath Fusion SpectroTel CenturyLink Global Capacity Windstream/Earthlink MetTel EarthLink Granite - Velocloud Hypercore - Velocloud Sprint - Velocloud AT&T - Velocloud Master Agency Vendors Telarus, ** Intelisys * MicroCorp WTG, ** Slide Deck TBI * Avant
https://wn.com/H2Bsm3_How_To_Connect_Offices_With_Sd_Wan,_Vpn,_Mpls_P2P
Telecom DC HPU Hybrid Power Unit around the word
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Telecom DC HPU Hybrid Power Unit around the word

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  • Updated: 06 Nov 2011
  • views: 759
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Hybrid for Telecom designed and PAtented by Ascot
https://wn.com/Telecom_DC_Hpu_Hybrid_Power_Unit_Around_The_Word
3D Scanning Data Center and Telecom Central Office CO
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3D Scanning Data Center and Telecom Central Office CO

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  • Duration: 1:01
  • Updated: 23 Jan 2012
  • views: 4639
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http://www.arrival3d.com/telecommunications.php Laser scanning and other methods were used to create this virtual telecom office in 3D. It is a multi-layered room complete with ducting, ironwork, cable infrastructure, fiber ducts, rack-mounted equipment, cards, and connections. The room is built on the fly, populated from database information. It can be viewed, explored, and manipulated through a virtual reality interface within Internet Explorer.
https://wn.com/3D_Scanning_Data_Center_And_Telecom_Central_Office_Co
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