BEST PRACTICES CABLING : NETWORK, FIBER & INSTALLATION
School districts growing need for bandwidth
How reliable networks are built
The general layout of cable infrastructure
The pieces that make up the network – from cable to faceplates
Category cable 6, 6E, 6A differences – which cable should you spec for your school?
TIA cable Standards explained
Copper cable termination – the differences in low-end keystone and high-reliability components
Basic Fiber overview
Where is fiber used?
Fiber installation best practices
Manufacturer’s certification – what does it mean? How is it acquired?
How does a certified installation benefit my school?
What can district IT Technicians look for when contractors install cable to ensure a professional install?
The ‘Value’ challenge – quality installation versus ‘low-bid’ installation
How to evaluate contractors bidding your projects.
Cable installers, network administrator, technology managers.
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