Tech Briefs & White Papers

THE OSI MODEL LAYERS EXPLAINED

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OSI stands for open systems interconnection. It is a conceptual framework that describes the different functions of a networking or telecommunication system and outlines how applications communicate throughout a network. An OSI model consists of seven different layers which are typically described from the top to bottom. In order from seven to one, the layers are as follows: application, presentation, session, transport, network, data link, and physical.

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WHAT IS THE IEEE 802.3BT STANDARD?

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WHAT IS THE IEEE 802.3BT STANDARD?
To learn more about what the IEEE 802.3bt standard is and its many applications, continue reading.

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The Difference Between TIA/EIA 568A and TIA/EIA 568B

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The Difference Between TIA/EIA 568A and TIA/EIA 568B

TIA/EIA 568A and TIA/EIA 568B are both wiring standards used in networking and telecommunications. To understand the difference between TIA/EIA 568A and TIA/EIA 568B, continue reading.

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Industrial vs Commercial Networking: The Difference

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Industrial vs Commercial Networking: The Difference
In addition to controlled settings, ethernet switches can be used in industrial areas. Here are the differences between industrial vs commercial networking.”

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How Media Converters Work in Industrial Networks

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How Media Converters Work in Industrial Networks
Understanding how media converters work in industrial networks will allow your business to leverage current legacy devices while benefiting from fiber optics.

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