Optical Fibre and Copper Cabling Systems
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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
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WBT Attending CeBIT

Warren and Brown Technologies Attending The 2014 Australian CeBIT Exhibition and Conference When - 5th - 7th May 2014 Location - Sydney Olympic Park Zone 8 - Stand E17 Don’t miss out on a great opportunity to build connections with industry leaders. CeBIT Read more
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Why use an fibre optic ducting raceway?

What constitutes best practice when it comes to routing patch cords within a Telecom exchange or data centre? Cabling standards worldwide haven’t really addressed this specific requirement as to whether fibre optic cabling or patchcords need to be routed through Read more
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Why use Warren and Brown Fibre optic ducting raceway?

Warren & Brown’s YellowDuct fibre optic Ducting raceway is a unique system for routing and protecting fibre optic cords between termination equipment, patch panels and firer optic splicing cabinets or frames in telecommunications exchanges, data centres, universities, hospitals, or anywhere Read more
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How to Eliminate Patch Cord Congestion in your Data or Server rack?

Cable congestion within Data & Server Racks presents an ongoing dilemma for Network operators. Copper Cabling can occupy much space in High Density cable applications, making it difficult to manage services, restricting airflow and potentially creating a cabling mess. Many Read more
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The real cost of cabling in networks

Today's data centres house a number of bandwidth-intensive devices including Blade Servers, storage systems, virtualisation appliances and back up devices which are all interconnected by networking equipment. The physical cabling infrastructure connecting all of these devices must be reliable, scalable and manageable. In terms Read more
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A Grade Fibre Optic Connector

In a boost to the local hi-tech telecommunications & manufacturing industry, Australian owned designer and manufacturer of optical fibre and copper connectivity products, Warren & Brown Technologies (W&BT) has become the first Australian fibre optic manufacturer to offer ‘A’ Grade Read more
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Why high quality MTP matters in high end data centre applications

Power budget in high performance networks like 10Gbps Fibre Channel or 10Gbps Ethernet must be carefully monitored and controlled. In 300mtr OM3 channel, total connection losses must be lower than 1.5dB. In order not to compromise high speed connections, MTP® Read more
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New Freedom in Structured Cabling

The new field assembly Cat.6A RJ45 connector is the number one choice whenever efficient and reliable connections are needed without major expense or effort, whether for classic cabling systems in office buildings, data centres, in industry or for home cabling Read more