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2018 Cabling Standards Webcast Series

The Telecommunications Industry Association’s TR-42 Engineering Committee continues to develop and revise standard specifications pertaining to cabling components and systems. With many North American cabling projects specified to comply with TIA standards, these documents are among the most relevant to all parties involved in cabling-system design, installation, certification or management. For cabling professionals—those who specify, design, install, test or manage structured cabling systems—the need for up-to-date standards information is constant. This series of webcast seminars, hosted by Cabling Installation & Maintenance, provides an update on some of the new-development and revision projects taking place within TR-42. It also will include practical information on how to ensure cabling projects are executed in accordance with applicable standards.

Join us for this 5 Part series.  Simply fill out the registration form to the right and click on each webcast that you would like to attend.  You will receive a reminder email as each event approaches.  We look forward to your participation!

Technologies and Applications Driving New Standards Development
  • Data Center Cabling Challenges Past, Present and Future: Presented by Jonathan Jew, who serves as Secretary of the TIA TR-42 Telecommunications Cabling Systems Committee.
  • Single-Pair Cabling’s Emergence into Industrial and Enterprise Networks: Presented by Valerie Maguire, Director of Standards and Technology at Siemon

Category 8 Cabling Systems for Data Center Communications
  • Category 8 Cabling Specifications and Applications: An update on the market presence of Category 8 and 25/40GBase-T equipment to help cabling professionals to plan for future Cat8 deployments.
  • Certifying Installed Category 8 Systems: Presented by Jim Davis, Regional Marketing Engineer at Fluke Networks.

Meeting Data Center Communications Needs Through Standardized Fiber-Optic Cabling Systems
  • Data Center Cabling Standards
    Get details on TIA-942-B and other cabling-specific standards that guide system specification and deployment.
  • Practical Application in Data Center Networks
    Use standards specifications to deploy and administer the most effective data center network possible

Fitting the Pieces Together: TIA Cabling Standards and Other Industry Specifications
  • In this webcast, Ed Gastle, Product Line Manager for Structured Cabling Test Solutions at VIAVI Solutions and Rick Dallmann, Director, Data Center Architecture at CABLExpress describe the collaborative efforts taking place among these organizations, including recently completed standards and those under development.

Compliance Challenges for PoE and Remote Powering Technologies
  • This webcast covers TIA TSB-184-A, IEEE 802.3ba and bt, and the 2020 edition of NFPA 70 (National Electrical Code).



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