Wire And Cable
By Jason Knott · December 28, 2010 • Copper prices are up 28% in 2010 and reports say a single commodities trader owns half the world's supply.
By Arlen Schweiger · May 20, 2010 • Install was "a bad attempt at making something work."
By Robert Archer · May 13, 2010 • Tributaries president Joe Perfito explains how to boost your revenue by effectively selling cable.
By Robert Archer · May 10, 2010 • Making a case for why selling high-performance cabling can benefit your business and your client's electronics.
By Joe da Silva · May 10, 2010 • Special consideration is needed in professional A/V integration, due to the much larger scope and complexity of commercial systems.
By Julie Jacobson · May 4, 2010 • Perfect Path (PPC) has locking connectors for both HDMI and RCA.
By Tom LeBlanc · May 3, 2010 • Curt Hayes of Audio Design Inc. suggests run all outdoor cable through conduit.
By Arlen Schweiger · May 3, 2010 • Wires and blocks stuffed into an 18-inch structured wiring panel.
By Jeff Boccaccio · May 3, 2010 • Signal integrity issues causing problems throughout systems.
By CE Pro Editors · May 3, 2010 • Discusses wire-based installs, high-speed HDMI, and the dangers of running plenum cable.
By Jeff Boccaccio · April 14, 2010 • Jeff Boccaccio says "very little has actually changed" between the two specs.
By Steve Crowe · March 25, 2010 • BTX Technologies offers a step-by-step look at its solution that terminates HDMI cables in the field.
By Julie Jacobson · February 22, 2010 • It looks like a CE Pro's wiring nightmare, but Kwangho Lee calls his wire lamp sculptures art
By Fred Harding · February 16, 2010 • Manufacturers will stop including component video ports on Blu-ray players by the end of 2010. Will it be HDMI or nothing for installers?
By CE Pro Editors · January 7, 2010 • Contractors Wire & Cable (CWC) announced that Randy Hall has been named the company’s new president. Hall has been senior vice president, sales and marketing since joining CWC in mid-2007 and has 20 years of experience in manufacturing and distribution. . .