When he’s not in the field talking with network engineers and executives, you can probably find Fred Serna in the gym, working out with Randy White, the nine-time Pro Bowler and NFL Hall of Famer from the Dallas Cowboys.
Did you know that young adults listen to 4,503,417,453 minutes of music each week? That’s 1.28 billion songs. To keep up with consumers’ insatiable need for more speed and bandwidth, communications service providers are “under massive pressure to increase bandwidth, speed up delivery,” says Spencer Williams, Telect Vice President of Marketing, Sales and Product Strategy.
It’s the moment Michael, a North Carolina native, has been waiting for all season. The University of North Carolina Tar Heels look to redeem themselves after last year’s stunning buzzer-beater lost to Villanova in the 2016 NCAA Tournament championship game.
Imagine for a second how much data is travelling across your fiber optic network. Every second, people around the world are streaming video, engaging their followers and fans with live video, uploading images, talking over IP, tweeting and more, so much more.
It's a nightmare scenario. You sub-contract an installation team to build your cloud-RAN racks to densify your network. As they unbox each piece of equipment, download the instructions and get to work, the clock keeps ticking.
Telect kicked off this week at Verizon IBTUF XI, the 2017 in-building technology users forum.
Service providers need more from their fiber networks, including simplifying deployments, minimizing floor space and realizing savings. Telect must rise to the challenge and create customized simple Layer 1 solutions that move their clients toward 5G deployment and improve use of equipment in the data center.
Consumers are demanding more from your network—more bandwidth, faster downloads, better reliability. Cable management becomes a critical part of your network architecture, ensuring fiber optic cable maintenance and expansion are streamlined and seamless.
So many Americans take the power we use for granted. We flip a switch and the room is aglow with light. We search Google, tune into our favorite TV shows or fire up Netflix, never knowing the amount of energy it takes to power each connection that brings us that content.
The entire NBC Olympics broadcast is rolling through Telect bays. Last year, NBC Sports Group installed a series of our Advanced Distribution Frames at its broadcasting headquarters in Stamford, Conn., in preparation for this year's big event in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.