View As Webpage | View Archives

MMMM d, yyyy
NEW PRODUCTS: Legrand launches outdoor power offerings
If you click the images or links in the Sponsor Spotlight advertisement we will provide your subscription contact information only to that sponsor.

SoundVision wins Ericsson Innovation Awards 2016

SoundVision of the University of British Columbia is the winning team in the Ericsson Innovation Awards (EIA) 2016. » Read full article

CENX collaborates with Brocade, Red Hat, and

Ottawa-based networking vendor CENX today announced that it is collaborating with Brocade, Red Hat, and to demonstrate end-to-end service management capabilities over hybrid network infrastructure in its SDNFV innovation lab. » Read full article

Flowfinity app improves data collection for engineers

Flowfinity Wireless Inc., a provider of enterprise mobile apps, today announced that its enterprise mobility application enhances field operations for engineering companies. » Read full article
new products 

Legrand launches outdoor power offerings

Legrand recently introduced outdoor charging stations for mobile devices, the first in a series of permanent outdoor power offerings that combine charging outlets with lighting elements to support the growing demand for mobile connectivity in outdoor spaces.
“Facilities are beginning to focus on designing more productive outdoor spaces.  From corporate facilities to higher education institutions, facility managers are being asked to identify ways to encourage collaboration and social engagement outdoors,” said Sabrina Eckert, Legrand product manager.
The Outdoor Power Charging Stations are composed of two charging station models, which are available in three standard finishes -- black, bronze, and silver, along with custom colors. Each station includes a combination of two or three gangs of power devices, including USB charging, but can also be used for A/V or communications connectivity if desired.
All charging stations are NEMA 3R-rated for use in outdoor spaces. » read more

NaviTEK NT Tester solves network problems

NaviTEK NT network testers from IDEAL Networks are designed to help technicians work more productively as the result of a new suite of testing and troubleshooting functionalities.
Simple to set-up and use, the testers can quickly pinpoint and solve issues in both copper and fiber optic cabling, the company says. Assisting the technician is a large built-in screen that displays useful information including test summaries and at-a-glance network snapshots.
The NaviTEK NT measures 6.9" x 3.1" x 1.6" and can fit into tight spaces where network cabling is often located. Previously, laptops and other types of bulky computer systems were used to troubleshoot networks, yet both take up valuable working space in already cramped connection points. Laptops also create the need for extra cables which contribute to an uncomfortable and potentially dangerous workplace. Not so with the NaviTEK NT, the company says. » read more

CommTech West

June 1-2
Location: Calgary, Alta » more info

BICSI Fall Conference

Sept. 11-15
Location: San Antonio, Tex. » more info

Canadian Wireless Trade Show

Oct. 26-27
Location: Toronto, Ont. » more info