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Vote Third Party Transceivers this Election Season

- This election season, cast your vote for Third Party Transceivers! There are quite a few misconceptions in the market place regarding third party transceivers so we’ve put out fact checkers to the work to uncover the truth about Legrand Transceivers! T/F: Legrand Transceivers are compatible with Cisco, HP, Juniper and many other top manufacturers networking equipment. Legrand transceivers fully comply to Multi-Source Agreement (MSA) standards, which means our transceivers will function identica…

Legrand Transceivers: Simple, Affordable and Guaranteed

- It’s no secret that in this world, staying connected has never been more important. Just like the speed and strength, the quality of those connections is equally essential to a successful data communications solution. At the heart of most Ethernet networks lies a critical modular, pluggable, and interchangeable device: The Network Transceiver. The ever increasing need for speed will require quicker transmission rates for all future data centers, local area networks, and digital communications sy…

Simplified Connectivity: Data Communications

- This is the third 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 took a deep dive into our Audio/Video & PC product category, outlining our offering of cables, active devices, and adapters & converters. This…

Leave it to Transceivers

- Golly Gee Transceivers! You make our lives so much easier! Fiber optic transceivers are modular, pluggable and interchangeable optoelectronic devices. You can find a transceiver at the heart of any fiber optic communication system. Everything from a local university to a large corporation utilizes data centers and transceivers. These devices convert an electrical signal to optical signal on one end and back again on the other. Tomorrow’s data centers, local area networks and digital communicatio…


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