Kordz releases new article to demystify PoE technology

Kordz has written a comprehensive and insightful article on the history, evolution, recommended practices and growing cases for PoE++ network cabling for systems integrators.

This latest generation of PoE (Power over Ethernet) technology delivers more power to high-wattage devices, such as PTZ cameras, videoconferencing systems and large displays.

Available on the Kordz website, ‘PoE Demystified’ includes up to date relevant content to provide integrators with a strong working knowledge of how PoE and PoE++ can extend the capabilities of a networking system.

The article also includes the seven steps and best practices for proper PoE++ design and deployment, including power requirements, equipment selection, power loss considerations, system protection, redundancy planning, and more.

The release of ‘PoE Demystified’ follows Kordz’s recent introduction of its new Cat6 28AWG award-winning networking solution, PRO SlimCat Network Cable System, a complete suite of networking products that support PoE++ at 100W and 1 Gbps connectivity up to 50 metres.

“Networks have come a long way since their inception in the late 70s,” said James Chen, managing director of Kordz. “Network cable technology has progressed along the way, leading us to the next generation of Cat6, Cat6a and PoE++ compliant cable solutions that push the boundaries of home and business networks by supporting bigger bandwidth, more reliable and stable connectivity, and delivery of more power to more devices. Systems integrators looking to stay ahead of the technological curve should embrace new PoE standards to deliver the networking experiences their customers demand.”

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