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Power over Ethernet (PoE) – Demystifying Mode A and Mode B

Power over Ethernet (PoE) can transmit power up to 100 meters. These long cables are easier to deploy than electrical cabling in locations where power is absent. Because PoE relays relatively low amounts of power, the technology presents low risks of electrical hazards.

When installing a Powered Device (PD) with a PoE-enabled Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE), it is important to take note that

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OSI model infographic

The Only Infographic You’ll Need about the OSI Model

lease Do ot Throw ausage izza Away is not only a worthy tenet to live by, but it’s also a mnemonic to help budding computer network technicians memorize the OSI model.

Even though the OSI model utilizes the TCP/IP Protocol, the OSI model was originally defined by the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) group to promote the OSI protocol in its aim to produce a standardized network architecture

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Bob Metcalfe AMA

Bob Metcalfe’s 14 Hilarious Life-Lessons from Reddit’s AMA

When Robert Metcalfe developed the Ethernet, he didn’t foresee that he would be establishing the new technology as the default plumbing pipes that would support the internet. His marketing aptitude ultimately led him to establish Ethernet as an industry standard but not before failing his Harvard

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The 6 Augmented Reality Developments That Are More Tempting than the Oculus Rift

Online users spend a considerable amount of time in the online world, but augmented reality, the underrated cousin of virtual reality, has mobilized the online world from computer spaces to physical spaces. Where virtual reality immerses you in a virtual dimension, augmented reality embeds virtual elements such as graphics, sound, or video, upon the real world, that can be seen

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N-BASE T vs MG Base T

What the NBASE-T And MGBASE-T Alliances Don’t Want You To Know

Before you retire your 802.11n router, have you taken into consideration that the standard took 7 long years to finally reach completion?

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ (IEEE) had to appease a group of 400 participants comprised of competing manufacturers, engineers, and academic institutions from around the world in order to finally approve the standard.

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Funny Computer Ads

10 Vintage Computer Ads That Will Make You Laugh

It only seems like yesteryear when Google glasses and 3d printers represented the hype of the latest consumer gadgets. But today’s beloved technological devices will one day become obsolete and a nostalgic reminder of “the good old days”.

The following collection is a time capsule of amusing vintage

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5 Embarrassing Predictions Made by Famous Tech Experts

It’s difficult to predict which technological innovations consumers will adopt into the fabric of their everyday lives. Those working closely with technology can get a better glimpse of how much impact the novelties of tomorrow will have but that goes without saying that technology has a mind of its own. Not even these so-called experts were able to accurate guess the

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Wi Gig

Samsung Vying To Win the 60 GHz WiFi Market

With 212 billion devices expected to connect wirelessly by 2020, the race for cellular networks that support faster wi-fi speeds continues.

The 802.11ac standard, approved this January, functions at 1.3 gigabits per second (Gbps) in laboratory environments- that’s three times the current bandwidth throughput than 802.11n APs. The 802.11ac also includes denser amplitude

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Google science Fair Winners

Google’s Science Fair Gives Young Scientists a Platform To Change The World

Google’s Annual Science Fair though merely three years old, has been producing ambitious young scientists whose experiments are solving global problems. The grand prize for winning Google’s Science Fair, open to ages 13-18, includes a National

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