Keeping up with ever-advancing technology demands is often a challenge. Liberty AV Solutions, known to be heavily ingrained in the industry and often leading the way for advancements, has met the forthcoming bandwidth conversion to 18G with not one, but multiple solutions to extend these heavier data signals among greater distances, and without the use of compression.
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Liberty AV Solutions, known for their innovative solutions driven by user feedback, has once again delivered an industry changer.
Debuting at InfoComm 2018 earlier this year, Liberty AV released the new category cable termination system, ConnecTec Cat (CT Cat) . Received with open arms by technicians and installers alike, the system tackles common complaints and instantly delivers a cost and time savings to cable termination process.
UAE: Wesco Distribution recently hosted an open house for its Liberty AV Solutions brand in Dubai. The event took place at Dubai’s H Hotel, and was designed to explain the brand and its technology to the assembled crowd.
Cosemi Expands Global Sales Channel Through Distribution Agreement with Liberty AV Solutions, WESCO International Inc.
New distribution agreement provides connection to areas where Cosemi does not currently have a presence, increasing availability of high quality AOCs, meeting a rapidly-increasing market demand.
Meeting room technology is intended to enhance and simplify office meetings. But often, the opposite occurs. Interestingly enough, it’s the most frequently plagued area of technology-related stress, where IT and AV personnel are faced with a constant stream of incompatible equipment when a new device struts into the room since they all sport varying connection access ports. When it comes time to share our information, in a sea of varying devices, how do you prepare to give your presenter the right connection to share their content in today’s BYOD world?
‘Tis the Season for the dreaded “Cold Pull”. During the winter months Liberty typically sees claims of cable jackets cracking and splitting from customers. In almost every instance the product exhibits splits and cracks every couple of feet. This is not a defective cable but is an example of incorrect installation procedure by the installer. Plenum compounds are very stiff due to the additions of chemicals to prevent flame spread and smoke generation. Cold temperatures cause this to become very brittle and when the cable is flexed – the jacket shatters and/or cracks as shown below:
How to get the most out of your Wireless Networks
By Arthur de Jager, CEO of Niveo Professional
The (non-)sense of heat maps
We regularly receive requests to, based on a blue print of a building, to create a heatmap. Although the customer is always right, we should not give poor advise. So, we advise on suggested temporary placement of a few AP's, followed by a site survey.
Less than one month after the WannaCry ransom-ware attack, many companies and institutions were hit by Petya. The Petya attack spread very rapidly affecting many companies in a very short time-frame(1). It nearly paralyzed operations of one of Europe's largest container terminal and has seriously disrupted the operations of companies like TNT Express(2).
Building speakers in garages...
Our industry is filled with fantastic stories of Custom Installers having started their business by building fully customized speakers from their garages. Just because what the mass market manufacturers produced wasn't good enough. These pioneers of our industry added real value to their passionately created audio installations. I have never seen a industry with so much passion and I am proud to be working in that industry.
100-Ohm twisted pair cabling has come a long way since the first launch of the 568 standard. Categories 1, 2, 4, and 5 are obsolete. Category 3 hangs on by a ripcord and Category 5e has already lost its market lead to Category 6. Category 6A is moving out of data centers and demand is increasing for even higher performing cables. Category 7 is officially skipped in the US market and Category 8 is in the ratification process.