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  • IDEAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
    PowerPlug™ Luminaire Disconnect, Connectors, Tools and Testers
    PowerPlug™ Luminaire Disconnect, Connectors, Tools and Testers

    IDEAL Industries' Senior Product Manager Tim Beed demonstrates new, innovative product offerings.

  • BURNDY® LLC
    BURNDY KAP and KAPO Mechanical Pin Adapters
    BURNDY KAP and KAPO Mechanical Pin Adapters

    The KAP/KAPO line will supplement the current BURNDY line of aluminum AYP/AYPO and copper YE-P compression pin adaptors, and since they’re range taking, just 3 sizes will cover a wire range of #6 AWG to 777 DLO.

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Cooper Wiring Devices Expands Residential Structured Wiring Network Product Line

Unified Patch Panel from Hubbell Premise Wiring

MediaSync™

Unified Patch Panel from Hubbell Premise Wiring

Hubbell Premise Wiring Introduces the New Line of USB Charging Devices

New USB Combination Device from Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems

BURNDY® Expands the HYPLUG™ Product Line

BURNDY® Expanses the HYPLUG™ Product Line with the 900 kcmil AL Adaptor

Hubbell Wiring Systems Introduces the netSELECT® Basic Residential Structured Wiring Solution

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  • NextSpeed™ Ascent 10GbE Solution
    NextSpeed™ Ascent 10GbE Solution

    Hubbell Premise Wiring announces the release of NextSpeed™ Ascent 10GbE UTP cabling infrastructure solution, designed specifically for true standards-compliant 10-gigabit Ethernet applications. It is a full channel offering that consists of modular jacks, patch cords, traditional 110-style patch panels, and horizontal cable, providing a firm foundation for critical data intensive applications.

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  • Data Centers Part 1 — The Growing Industry
    Data Centers Part 1 — The Growing Industry

    Over 30 years ago, I walked into my first datacom room. It provided the network and data interface for a food processing facility. It connected all the plant's office computers, along with providing connectivity to the home office across town.

    It was housed... in a closet. And not a big closet, either.

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