mobile connectivity

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Conspicuous Convergence

- It’s an old story. For years, we’ve been hearing about how technology is “converging” to a single standard. We’ve been told that one day everything will happen “in the cloud” and that the only wires we’ll need are the AC mains that carry power into the building. Sitting in a conference room trying to connect 21st century mobile devices to fixed AV assets with 20th century connections, one might be forgiven for being skeptical. Sometimes the failure of convergence to manifest in a form that al…

The Future of Data Center Organization: Color Power Cables

- Speed. Efficiency. Accuracy. Organization. For years, IT managers have been color coding network cables in data centers. Color-coding is one of the easiest ways to stay organized when you’re working with thousands of network cables. C2G has taken that strategy to another level, and is now offering color power cords. Perfect for the data center, a server room, or even the desktop, color power cords are a colorful way to stay organized. Use color power cords with that color coding, professionals f…

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…

Mobile Music Connectivtiy - 3.5mm Audio Cables

- If you’re like me, then you’re constantly using your phone to access a wide array of content and entertainment. I use my phone for streaming TV shows, movies, music, plus I download and listen to a number of daily and weekly podcasts. All of this content, especially the music and podcasts provide a welcome distraction for those not-so-engaging-tasks, like mowing the grass or driving to work. Because my phone is so key in providing that wide array of entertainment, I want to make sure that it’s n…

A World Without Connectivity

- On a chilly Thursday morning, in an Ohio suburb , a young woman wakes to find that her entire world has changed. Her day begins like any other. She’s up before the sun, heads to the kitchen to make some coffee; as it begins to brew she reaches for her phone to see all the things she has missed while she was fast asleep. Almost as soon as her eyes open every day, she checks in with social media to see what her friends and family are up to. First to Instagram, then to Facebook, Twitter, and finish…

A Guide to Legrand USB Solutions: 2.0, 3.0 and Mobile Device Cables

- USB continues to evolve and will soon become one of our most powerful connectivity technologies, driving some of the most profound changes in mobile integration the communications industry will ever see. A few weeks ago we began discussing the wide variety of USB connectivity solutions from C2G, a group brand of Legrand North America. This week we're taking a closer look at some of the most popular USB 2.0, SuperSpeed 3.0 and Mobile Device cable solutions. USB 2.0 Cables Legrand standard A/B USB…

Straight From Our Intern, Crysten

- Finally! Reliable USB for Mobile Devices. This post was written by Crysten Moore, a C2G intern working for the web team this Summer. She was asked, "What C2G products would you use as a college student?" In her words... Technology has become such a prevalence in today’s society. Let’s be honest here, it’s practically a necessity. I could go on and on about the different products of the ever-growing world of technology. However, what I want to focus on today is the lifeline of a number of humans,…

USB 3.1 Type C for Mobile Devices

- The USB connector has been around for almost 20 years and it has gone through several versions. Whether you realize it or not, you most likely use USB every day. In addition to the USB ports on laptops for connecting thumb drives, printers, cameras, etc. most of our mobile devices use USB for charging. The USB ports and connectors are defined by the USB specification and in December 2014, the USB-Implementers Forum (USB-IF) released its latest USB specification, USB 3.1, which defined a new conn…


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