Many IT networks that Lynx Network installs have printed plans and drawings that have to be kept for future reference. After many years these documents had filled fourteen filing cabinets full to bursting. What we needed was a way to free up the valuable floor space whilst retaining or improving access to the documents.
"The expectation shifted from 'when' to 'if' something goes wrong." Client Opened in 1983, the Falkland Islands...
Last week Lynx Networks took part in Secklow Sound’s ‘Mind Your Own Business’; a weekly broadcast that covers local business topics with a wide range of guests from across the Milton Keynes landscape.
On Tuesday 11th July, Lynx Networks hosted a seminar regarding Cisco’s latest threat-focused network security solutions, at the Stadium MK.
The role of Cat6a cabling is to support 10Gig Ethernet, whereas Cat6 will currently only support Gigabit Ethernet, except for short links. There are some disadvantages to Cat6a and you need to weigh these up for any particular application.
Here’s a brief guide to the Category 8 (Cat8) data cabling standards that are currently under development by the ISO and TIA. Several options are being considered.
Copper clad aluminium (CCA) cables have aluminium cores with a copper coating. They have some legitimate uses but are now appearing under the guise of Cat5e and Cat6 cables.
We’ve compiled a list of fibre optic interface standards and have shown the distances that can be transmitted over different types of cable.
External grade data cables designed for outdoor use have a special jacket to withstand the elements. If a cable designed only for internal use is installed externally, sunlight and ice will break down the jacket over time and will let water in.
Lynx Networks’ promise of never selling you anything we don’t beleive you need has led to us to recommend Cat5e data cabling in most instances because it offers excellent value for money and supports Gigabit Ethernet.