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Link to Legrand: What’s a WAP?

- This blog post is part of an ongoing series- Link to Legrand- that features content related to the products and services of our parent company, Legrand North & Central America. Thanks to Rudolph Montgelas and Jason Finnegan for sharing your research. WAP, did you say? I have wireless access points in my building that connect me to the Internet. “Wouldn’t think of not having Waps to allow me to use all the Apps I need…” Everywhere around you, more and more people are using their cell phones,…

Partner Spotlight Award – Transource

- As a “thank you” to our wonderful partners, C2G has created a Partner Spotlight Award program. This was created to help showcase the hard work and dedication put in by all our MMA accounts and C2G account managers. Earning a Partner Spotlight Award takes some serious dedication. Each award is based on the level of engagement, year over year revenue growth, and breadth of products sold. We track customer success with a ranked dashboard highlighting each partner achievement. Each quarter we update…

4K AND 8K: WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?

- A lot of new products and solutions highlight “4K” and “8K” as a key selling point, but what exactly does that mean—and how does it relate to an end user? THE NUMBERS Both 4K and 8K are classified as Ultra HD resolutions. The numbers in beginning of the names “4K” and “8K” refer to the horizontal pixel count in thousands. 8K has twice as many horizontal and vertical pixels as 4K—so how does that translate to the overall picture? The total pixel count in a 4K is 8 million pixels, or one-fourth of…

New Infrastructure Hardware Must Support the ‘Age of Digital Buildings’

- We are now fully in the age of digital buildings. Building systems can now be networked together using a single common – or connected – infrastructure, which allows devices and systems to talk directly to each other and make needed adjustments without any direct human interaction. This means that every strategy deployed within a new build or a retrofit must do two things: 1. enable edge computing; and 2. allow for the next wave of broader connectivity. As a leader in high-performance network inf…

Introducing SteriGuard Antimicrobial Wiring Solutions: BWS 2017

- The OEM solutions team of C2G, a brand of Legrand, has their boarding passes for San Diego at the ready – we are headed to the 2017 Biomanufacturing World Summit (BWS)! Taking place on November 13-14 in San Diego, CA, BWS is North America’s premier biologics event to connect with pharmaceutical executives, cutting edge technology providers, and media partners. These executives will be keen to learn how, as an ISO 9001:2008 certified company, C2G guarantees quality from project inception to produ…

What is the difference between Continuous and Discontinuous Shielding?

- Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a continuous and discontinuous cable? You are not alone! It’s the question on EVERYONE’s mind…Rob, C2G’s technical marketing specialist, easily answered this question! Here is what he had to say. What is a Shielded Cable The first thing you need to know is that a shielded cable can be continuous or discontinuous. The only difference is the amount of protection the cable provides from EMI or RFI interference. Electromagnetic and Radio frequen…

Partner Spotlight Award – Southern Computer Warehouse

- As a “thank you” to our wonderful partners, C2G has created a Partner Spotlight Award program. This was created to help showcase the hard work and dedication put in by all our MMA accounts and C2G account managers. To help spread the recognition our top accounts deserve, C2G is excited to share some insight into what makes our top performers so successful. So, let us shine a spotlight on you! Earning a Partner Spotlight Award is no easy task. Based on metrics around the level of engagement, year…

New Extender for Logitech Video Conferencing System

- Logitech has successfully established itself as the leading provider of video conferencing systems for today’s distributed workforce. Businesses have welcomed the Logitech video conferencing systems for occupying the middle ground between inexpensive webcams and cost-prohibitive, pro-level video conference systems that can have eye-popping price tags. Logitech video conferencing system users are often limited, however, by the length of the cable within the Logitech base package. This limitation…

AC Power Adapters Near Extinction

- Current state: It’s late, you’re just getting home from work, and your cell phone is almost out of juice. You find the USB charging cable in your backpack or purse, but you can’t find the little USB to AC adapter that allows you to plug the device into the wall. You begin asking family members if they’ve seen the adapter. You check the junk drawer. You check the outlet that it was plugged into last night. Nothing. You’ll figure it out later. For now you need to help with homework, make dinner, m…

Dell EMC World: Data Center Innovations

- What do David Blaine, blade servers, a BMW i8, and 3D printers all have in common? Dell EMC World. We are now a week removed from what was only the second time this historic PC company and their recently acquired server company have shown up together to bring the latest innovations in data center technologies to IT professionals from around the world. I could spend the entirety of this blog telling you all about the environment that brought 13,000 technology folks to Las Vegas, but I will pivo…

4 Advantages Of Direct Attach Cabling (DAC)

- Today’s networks require higher performance from the network cabling, as well as cost effective connectivity. Direct attach copper and fiber cables provide both of these with their factory terminated performance and reduction in costs associated with field terminations. Let's begin with the types of direct attach cables on the market today, advantages and disadvantages to each, and which cables are best for various applications. What is a high speed direct attach cable? A high speed direct attac…

Choosing the Correct Connector | Understanding Fiber Connections

- With more than 100 fiber optic connector styles and types available today, the right choice for a particular application can often be difficult to figure out. Design and performance of both the optical fibers and connectors has become more sophisticated over the years. Today’s fiber connectors provide end-to-end solutions that cover a wide range of applications and, in many cases, can be easily terminated in the field. That was then... Some early fiber optic connectors, used in telephone central…


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