Fiber Optic Cables

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Fiber Cables Explained!

- Selecting the correct Fiber Optic cable for your data center or network can be challenging. There are a several factor to consider before making a purchase: Fiber Count, Fiber Type, Jacket Rating, Connector Type and Polarity method. Luckily, C2G put all the information you need in 1 quick and easy blog post! Fiber Trunk Cable Types There are four main cable types that are prevalent for data center and LAN applications: Selecting the correct cable will depend on the application. Tight buffered d…

What Is A Pre-terminated Cabling System?

- Have you ever wondered: “What is a pre-terminated cabling system?” Or “How can a pre-terminated system benefit my data center or open office space”? In this article we will discuss the rewards of using this type of system, as well an overview of the types of cables used. What is a pre-terminated cabling system? Pre-terminated cabling systems contain factory manufactured cables and modular components with connectors already attached. All of the components have been tested, qualified and ready to…

Simplified Connectivity: Everyday Application

- This is the sixth post in a series that will take an in-depth look at how C2G defines simplified connectivity. Our first post, Simplified Connectivity, introduced this concept and showed how we provide simplified connectivity through our technical expertise, straightforward solutions, and an effortless experience for our customers. The second post covered our Audio/Video & PC product category, outlining our offering of cables, active devices, and adapters & converters. The third post foc…

Boosting Fiber Optic Links

- The need for faster data transmission rates is an ever increasing requirement for tomorrow’s data centers, local area networks and digital communication systems. By adjusting the fiber optic communication links you can manipulate the data transmission rate of your network. These links are made up of optical and electrical components. Both components are required to work together in order to provide adequate system performance. In other words, the whole link is only as good as its weakest link. C…


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