Optical Fibre and Copper Cabling Systems
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Copper cable sheath – PVC or LSZH?

In today’s cable installations you will find 2 main types of cable sheath used for network cables, PVC (polyvinyl chloride) or LSZH (Low Smoke Zero Halogen). In fact, when it comes to data or LAN cabling, most will ultimately look Read more
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Warren and Brown 24 Hour Manufacturing and Distribution

Warren & Brown Technologies runs 24 hours a day, Designing, Manufacturing and Distributing innovative optical fibre and copper management hardware and accessories. Supplying Australian designed and manufactured telecommunication products to a broad range of Telecommunications, Data Centre, Structured Cabling and Read more
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Understanding MPO- MTP fibre optic connectivity in cabling applications

As the quest for greater bandwidth continues and fibre optic connections within data centres and optic fibre networks increase, these challenges must be met by choosing the right type of connectivity. This is all driven by requirements for additional switching Read more
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Structured Cabling and Understanding (Class and Category)

With copper structured cabling networks, it is important to specify the correct components which will handle the required application. Both terms – class and category are both commonly used when referring to copper cabling networks, however they mean totally different Read more
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Structured Cabling and Understanding (Permanent Link and Channel Link)

Permanent Link refers to the ‘permanent’ or fixed part of the network which comprises of components that will permanently stay in place such as a Patch panel, LAN cable and an outlet. "Channel" means the whole connection between two electronic Read more
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See WBT at Datacenter Dynamics 2014

Data Center Dynamics Converged 2014 When - 24th June 2014 Location - Sydney Hilton, 488 George Street Booth - Number 25 DatacenterDynamics Converged, with the theme this year being ‘Ecosystem’, will focus on ‘Converged Decision Making’ within the Datacenter industry. No matter what Read more
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WBT Attending BICSI 2014

Warren and Brown Technologies Would Like To Invite You To The BICSI Pacific Annual Conference 2014  When - 12th - 14th May 2014 Location - Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre Booth - Number 1 The BICSI South Pacific 2014 'Knowledge Experience Opportunity' Conference and Read more
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Structured Cabling and Understanding the difference between Permanent Link and Channel Link

Permanent Link refers to the ‘permanent’ or fixed part of the network which comprises of components that will permanently stay in place such as a Patch panel, LAN cable and an outlet. "Channel" means the whole connection between two electronic Read more
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Structured Cabling and Understanding the difference between Class and Category

With copper structured cabling networks, it is important to specify the correct components which will handle the required application. Both terms – class and category are both commonly used when referring to copper cabling networks, however they mean totally different Read more
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How to understand Structured cabling standards?

Structured cabling standards have always been in place to ensure that communications networks are designed, installed and tested to the highest level. Industry cabling standards are designed to protect the end user and they provide the building blocks of ensuring Read more