IoT

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We’re moving: Vandalia – here we come!

- Last month we announced our upcoming move to a new office in Vandalia, where we have leased 35,000 square feet of office space that we will renovate and then occupy later this year. C2G has already received a warm reception from the business and civic communities in Vandalia. As one of the largest holders of office space in the city, we’ll be contributing to the area’s strong economic growth. C2G plans a total transformation of the new office space with the very latest wiring and network connect…

The Future of IoT Solutions

- "What size is that file?" This is a question that use to be very important to those of us in the computing world. It’s easy for us to forget the days of 5 ¼ and 3 ½ floppy disks when space was at a premium. The common maximum storage capacity of these disks was 1.44 MB, smaller than the size of files we easily send as email attachments today. I remember installing computer games that required multiple floppy disks, and that was viewed as normal at the time. After the floppy disk came the CDs, th…

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…

IoT Cables and Trust

- It’s been called “the infrastructure of the information society”. By the end of the decade it will have profoundly impacted the scope and evolution of residential, government and enterprise automation, management and communications networks. Businesses alone may add as many as 9 billion connected nodes or more. The Internet of Things is a storm of change existing at a granular level, generally not noticed from the perspective of day-to-day experience, where simple devices supporting simple ta…


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