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April 2001
With the growing reports of energy demand exceeding supply, the attractiveness of energy conservation devices has begun to resurface. READ MORE
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April 2001
Historically, a crimp connector that ties two electric lines together is typically secured by a manually operated crimper—with or without hydraulic assist. READ MORE
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April 2001
Unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cabling is solidifying its position as the most common medium for bringing data and telephone connections to the desktop. READ MORE
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April 2001
Last month, we mentioned centralized fiber local area networks (LANs) as a place where fiber optics are more cost effective than copper wiring. READ MORE
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April 2001
Last month we looked at the state of Gigabit Ethernet today and recognized that it will be confined to backbone networks and server connections for the reasonably foreseeable READ MORE

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