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CP Fiber Catalog

In June 2010, the IEEE published new standards for answering Ethernet speeds of 40Gbps for server and computing applications and 100Gbps for network aggregation applications. IEEE 802.3ba responds to the demand of many data centers and enterprise requiring speeds beyond 10Gbps. IEEE 802.3ba specifies that communication medium is performed across copper, MMF and SMF. CP’s 5S solution (Safety +, Space +, Speed +, Savings + and Service +) provides the efficient pre-terminated 40/100G laser optimized Multimode system, as is an ideal migration path to 40/100G speeds from 10G and meets the new IEEE 802.3ba standard. The system features pre-terminated trunks, harness, array cords and MTP®/MPO cassettes to assist you in future proofing your networks.

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LevelOne Catalog

LevelOne was established in 1998 by Digital Data Communications GmbH, Dortmund, Germany. By providing quality networking products and solutions, we've grown steadily throughout the years with Branch Offices in 18 countries
around the world.
The Internet has become a deeply integral part of both business and home life. Our years of experience have taught us that the only way to stay on top of the latest technology and trends is by listening carefully to what the customer says.

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LevelOne POE Catalog

PoE is a technology that integrates data and power on standard Ethernet infrastructure, providing new options for power distribution. This allows IP telephones, wireless LAN access points, IP surveillance cameras and other embedded appliances to receive power as well as data over existing Cat.5 (or above) Ethernet cabling. Formally approved as an international standard, PoE is established as an economical, safe power distribution method and is already deployed in corporations throughout the world.
In simple terms, PoE uses the wires in standard Ethernet cabling to send power to the operating device. This means that a separate, local power supply close to the device is not needed.

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LevelOne IP Camera Catalog

According to a study by the Academia.edu group, the worldwide video surveillance market is destined to increase in volume by nearly 25% between 2013 and 2018. Forecasts suggest that a steady rate of growth will continue into the foreseeable future, with a clear trend developing among system integrators who are moving away from analog systems to take advantage of the many benefits offered by new IP surveillance networks.

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