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A cable lacing technique used in Telecom, and some other industries (No Sound) posted by request
This method provides more productivity.
How to "Box Stitch" coaxial and large gauge DC cable pair to cell site ladder racks.
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
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.
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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 r...
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Sprint recently made an aggressive move to take advantage of its deeps 2.5 GHz spectrum holdings by launching network trials of three-channel carrier aggregation technology in Chicago and Kansas City. The carrier said it had deployed 3CCA capabilities across 500 cell sites in Chicago, with each site supporting three 20-megahertz channels of 2.5 GHz spectrum. The 60-megahertz of total spectrum is said to provide download speeds of more than 230 megabits per second using commercial Samsung devices like the Galaxy Note 7, Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. That was followed by a similar move in Kansas City, Kansas, with a promise to deploy upgraded technology based on the LTE-Advanced standard to some 100 cell sites in the city. The carrier said the move, in conjunction with Nokia, produced simi...
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...
In Kansas City, there are local icons, heroes, and small business owners who are the heartbeat of their town. They tell the story of Kansas City, and we at Sprint are proud that we connect them to their homes and businesses. For this episode of My City. My Network, Sprint features Sam Unruh, owner of Unruh Furniture. Hear his story, and if you’re in KC, visit his store! Sprint connects locals within their city because every individual connection matters to us. No matter where your journey takes you, we want to be there – connecting you and connecting with you. To the people who matter most, to the places you want to see, and to the next journey you want to take, come in and chat with us. Sprint is your neighborhood store.
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?
INSTITUCIONAL que explica una novedosa solución para el tendido de FIBRA OPTICA en trazados urbanos.