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NBASE-T Alliance

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  • Ensuring Infrastructure Readiness Across Smart Building Technologies
    Ensuring Infrastructure Readiness Across Smart Building Technologies
    Lisa Schwartz, Director of Marketing and Channels at AEM, and Peter Jones, Chairman of the NBASE-T Alliance Recorded: Feb 13 2019 43 mins
    Enterprises are fast embracing the Smart Building in an effort to realize cost savings in utilities, and greener footprints. The need for power and bandwidth is rapidly increasing, driving the adoption of technologies such as 90w PoE (802.3bt) and NBASE-T 2.5Gbps/5Gbps Ethernet over copper cabling, not to mention the requirement to ensure that the physical infrastructure is certified.

    Join us for this 45-minute on-demand webinar discussing how the proliferation of IoT connected devices is impacting the network infrastructure and strategies organizations have to consider.

    Topics will include:

    •Proliferation of device types
    •Expansion of NBASE-T device support requirements
    •Considerations for the cabling infrastructure
    •Importance of validating Power over Ethernet
  • NXP Leverage of NBASE-T Technology
    NXP Leverage of NBASE-T Technology
    Toby Foster, Sr Product Marketing Manager at NXP, and Peter Jones, Chairman of the NBASE-T Alliance Recorded: Feb 13 2019 41 mins
    NBASE-T is a natural fit for NXP’s broad family of Arm-based Layerscape communications processors. From sub-1W single core devices to 16-core power houses, NXP takes advantage of NBASE-T enabling ease-of-upgrade, future proofing, and ease of management.

    Join us for this 45-minute on-demand webinar discussing:
    •NXP markets and applications leveraging NBASE-T technology
    •Ease of use, and market growth, of 2.5G Ethernet
    •System benefits of the USXGMII interface, e.g., simple multi-rate support
  • NETGEAR Using Multi-Gig NBASE-T to Unleash Your Network!
    NETGEAR Using Multi-Gig NBASE-T to Unleash Your Network!
    Alexandra Mehat, Senior Manager of SMB Product Marketing at NETGEAR, and Peter Jones, Chairman of the NBASE-T Alliance Recorded: Feb 11 2019 33 mins
    Fast wired and wireless network is just expected today. Network evolution demands that we unleash each device allowing the network to perform at its best. Whether you are a business owner, or running a LAN gaming party, enabling the best speed is critical. Multi-gig switches and end points provide the performance you need, over the wiring you already have.

    Join us for this 30-minute webinar discussing:
    •Evolving SMB needs
    •NBASE-T multi-gig enabling business growth
    •NBASE-T for LAN gaming
  • 2.5GBASE-T: What’s Next for Client Ethernet with Intel
    2.5GBASE-T: What’s Next for Client Ethernet with Intel
    Ben Hacker, Intel’s Director of Marketing & Planning for Client Ethernet, and Peter Jones, Chairman of the NBASE-T Alliance Recorded: Feb 11 2019 47 mins
    As data and video bandwidth accelerate across the client PC ecosystem, and wireless and internet infrastructure capabilities continue their relentless growth, Intel believes 2.5GBASE-T Ethernet is poised to be the next step in client wired network connectivity.

    From small server upgrades, notebook docking, to desktop and home gateway connectivity, we believe 2.5GBASE-T offers a compelling and affordable upgrade that runs seamlessly over existing CAT 5e infrastructure.

    Join us for this 45-minute on-demand webinar discussing:
    •The landscape of client connectivity
    •Intel’s role in 2.5GBASE-T development
    •Where 2.5GBASE-T will play in desktops, notebooks, and consumer infrastructure products
  • The Path to NBASE-T: Past, Present and Future
    The Path to NBASE-T: Past, Present and Future
    George Zimmerman, Principal of CME Consulting, and Peter Jones, Chairman of the NBASE-T Alliance Recorded: Dec 13 2018 53 mins
    NBASE-T technology is poised to replace 1000BASE-T, Gigabit Ethernet, as the workhorse for enterprise ethernet deployment, in addition to enabling a variety of new applications. The path to upgrade beyond gigabit ethernet in the enterprise has been more than 10 years in the making. NBASE-T leveraged lessons learned from 10GBASE-T, resulting in a quick path to a standard and successful deployments across many applications. The experience of NBASE-T and 802.3bz continue to impact wired ethernet standards in development.

    •Lessons learned in the quest for speeds beyond 1 Gigabit from 10GBASE-T efforts, laying the groundwork for NBASE-T
    •How changing needs along the way created the opportunity for NBASE-T
    •How NBASE-T smoothed the upgrade path by enabling the existing installed copper base, new features such as downshift, and addressing issues observed in 10GBASE-T deployment
    •How NBASE-T’s experience is currently being repeated in new standards development in 802.3cg
  • Cloud Managed NBASE-T
    Cloud Managed NBASE-T
    Simon Tompson, Technology Evangelist at Cisco Meraki, and Peter Jones, Chairman of the NBASE-T Alliance Recorded: Nov 29 2018 52 mins
    Simplicity of deployment for wireless access points is at the heart of NBASE-T technology. Simplicity is also a core value for Cisco Meraki, which is just one of the many reasons the company works so well with NBASE-T.

    Enabling the simple deployment of Wireless Access Points as they evolve (802.11AC Wave 1 -> 802.11AC Wave 2 -> 802.11ax ) is critical to the Cisco Meraki customer base. NBASE-T provides the wired bandwidth needed for excellent user experience, and the downshift feature only found in NBASE-T, allows for easy deployment.

    Join us for this 50-minute on-demand webinar discussing:
    •The impact of cloud-managed IT
    •How simplicity enables deployment
    •How NBASE-T unlocks wireless access point value
    •NBASE-T and cloud-managed IT working for customers
  • NBASE-T Campus Network Market Update from Dell’Oro Group
    NBASE-T Campus Network Market Update from Dell’Oro Group
    Tam Dell’Oro, Sameh Boujelbene and Ritesh Patel from Dell’Oro Group, and Peter Jones, Chairman of the NBASE-T Alliance Recorded: Nov 2 2018 46 mins
    NBASE-T and the growth of the wireless network is expanding the Campus network. With the new generation of 802.11ax access points supporting NBASE-T ports, this trend will only accelerate.
    Dell’Oro Group expects a major refresh of the Ethernet Switch Campus market as 802.11ax shipments ramp up, taking NBASE-T to 20% of Campus Switch ports by 2022. This transition will enable enterprises to transform their networks, support new high bandwidth devices, and provide the “always on” network experience expected today.

    Join this 45-minute on-demand webinar discussing:
    •The impact of WLAN on Campus switching changing over the years and how is it driving the expansion of Campus Networks
    •802.11ax driving NBASE-T growth
    •Evolving NBASE-T market, including price trends and 2.5GE/5GE mix
  • New Standardized Cabling Options for NBASE-T Devices
    New Standardized Cabling Options for NBASE-T Devices
    Thomas Baum, Senior Product Manager at Panduit, and Peter Jones, Chairman of the NBASE-T Alliance Recorded: Nov 1 2018 45 mins
    New structured cabling standards have added deployment options that will make a huge difference for users of NBASE-T devices. The new options for connecting devices to the network provide more flexibility, enabling users to overcome common deployment challenges.

    ANSI/TIA568.2 revision ”D” adds 28 gauge patch cords, and a new type of permanent link named “Modular Plug Terminated Link” (MPTL). These additions simplify connecting NBASE-T devices to the network.

    Join this 45-minute on-demand webinar discussing:
    •Major revisions in cabling standards and the implications for cabling of NBASE-T devices
    •How these changes affect which cabling method to use for connecting devices
    •How to select and deploy a device cabling method
  • Structured Cabling: The Foundation of NBASE-T
    Structured Cabling: The Foundation of NBASE-T
    Lone Hansen, Senior Manager – IT Cabling, BACS & Associated Technologies at BSRIA and Peter Jones, Chairman of the NBASE-T Al Recorded: Oct 16 2018 48 mins
    It may not sound exciting, but cabling is one of the most important decisions made whether you are constructing a new hospital or just updating your home. Cabling is the foundation your network is built on and will have an impact for years to come. NBASE-T technology is projected to be the fastest growing part of the Ethernet market and a key reason is that it provides 10x the speed on the most common BASE-T cables. NBASE-T leverages the Cat5e and Cat6 outlets that make up more than 90% of today’s 1.6 billion BASE-T outlets.

    But what does the market look like moving forward? What cables are being installed today and in the future? What kinds of devices will they serve? What’s the role for NBASE-T technology in the next 5 years?

    Join us for this 45-minute webinar discussing:

    - Long term trends in structured cabling
    - Continued evolution of the market
    - The dawn of IoT
    - Movement to smart buildings
  • Fluke Networks: NBASE-T Structured Cabling Field Certification
    Fluke Networks: NBASE-T Structured Cabling Field Certification
    Jim Davis, Regional Marketing Engineer at Fluke Networks and Peter Jones, Chairman of the NBASE-T Alliance Recorded: Aug 10 2018 43 mins
    NBASE-T technology enables network evolution with up to 10x faster speed with no re-cabling. Great opportunity for business, but what’s involved in testing your cables for NBASE-T before or after deployment? How do you ensure that your cable plant is reaching its full potential for all your business needs? Can a cabling plant’s performance be improved to support NBASE-T?

    Join Jim Davis, Regional Marketing Engineer at Fluke Networks, and Peter Jones, Chairman of the NBASE-T Alliance, for a 45-minute webinar discussing:
    •Cable certification and reading test reports
    •Testing required to ensure existing and newly installed cabling will support NBASE-T
    •MPTL as an interesting solution for your access points
    •Best ways to minimize Alien Crosstalk

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