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.
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).
By Robert D'Addario
"Fiber is coming." This assertion seems like the battle cry for the better part of the last two decades. Why pay attention now? Every year it seems some technology company figures out how to bleed that last bit of extra bandwidth out of twisted pair category cable, so why can't they keep doing that forever? Why invest in the training, skill set and frustration of dealing with fiber?
Schools today are very different than they were many years ago. Once considered a safe haven for students, increasing cases of mass violence and suicides on campus are shattering the perception of safety within school walls. Frighteningly, we have seen an increase in on-campus violence at colleges and universities, and we have learned in recent years that no school or community is immune to violence. With nearly 40 cases of campus shootings in 2014 , it’s evident the state of safety measures in educational institutions needs to be re-evaluated. Could technology play an integral role in making schools safer?
To a certain extent, schools and colleges are already using technology to address safety issues. In fact, many of these institutions have the latest security cameras, audio-visual equipment, intercoms, etc. on site, yet many of these measures would have little to no impact in the face of a crises. Why? Because most of the data and communication systems in place at schools are difficult to control and time-consuming to master. In an emergency situation demanding prompt action, these systems fail because they take too much time. Let’s look at how the right AV solutions can change this.