Thomas Baum, Senior Product Manager at Panduit, and Peter Jones, Chairman of the NBASE-T Alliance
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