All In Cabling
Link Training may not mesh as well with 48G as the industry initially hoped, and some systems may suffer for it. Here’s what you need to know.
CE Pro Editors · July 08, 2020
After many months of deal finalization talks, Anixter and Wesco have officially merged. The deal is poised to help consolidate the fragmented security, wire and cable markets.
CE Pro Editors · June 24, 2020
Thanks in part to its bulk cable programs, ICE Cable has reached Bullet Brand status for this year’s CE Pro Brand Analysis.
Andrew Nichols · June 15, 2020
Are the cables your company uses part of the licensed and comprehensive HDMI technology eco-system of compliance and assurance?
CE Pro Editors · June 15, 2020
The annual CE Pro 100 Brand Analysis results identify the most-used brands in 66 categories of equipment, along with fastest-growing ‘Bullet Brands’ among integrators. Our just released “2020 Brand Analysis Special Report” will give you insight into the top manufacturers for categories from audio to water lead detection. In addition, it provides a view into […]
Marsha · June 15, 2020
While 48G active HDMI products are starting to show great test results, interoperability issues are cropping up for what appears to be no real reason.
Jeff Boccaccio · June 11, 2020
Joe Perfito of Tributaries states the marketing of HDMI v2.1 cables is muddled in half truths and deception.
Robert Archer · June 02, 2020
Integrators would be wise to question how HDMI Rev. 2.1 will affect their businesses, especially with preliminary tests showing inconsistencies between manufacturers.
Jeff Boccaccio · May 20, 2020
ShowMeCables, a supplier of connectivity products is now offering L-Com’s Category 5e angled Ethernet cables, which are designed for installations in tight spaces. The Irvine, Calif.-based connectivity supplier says the new L-Com Category 5e angled Ethernet cables are available in a choice of angles to enable integrators to safely navigate tight angles regardless of whether […]
Robert Archer · April 28, 2020
Binary, SnapAV’s media distribution brand has announced a new reengineered line of HDMI Cables. The new Binary HDMI cables are designed to reliably support video signals up to 4K at 60Hz with HDR, and the cables are said to provide, “unmatched pull and bend strength for the most intricate jobs.” According to Binary, the cables […]
Robert Archer · April 21, 2020