Copper System remains significant with unique features in fiber-optic era

Fibre-network cables have certainly some advantages over copper cables, like greater bandwidth, faster speeds for longer distances and higher reliability. But for many industries, copper is still the backbone of the network-cabling. Copper has the highest electrical conductivity rating of all non-precious metals, additionally it carries flexibility, safety and affordability for cabling installations.

Our digital maturity hinges on seamless connectivity

For people all over the world, internet-use has become conspicuously inescapable for normal routines of life. The development and diffusion of digital technologies has had a positive impact on every layer of our societies. Digital efficiency touches our lives at multiple points throughout the day, in many obvious and unobvious ways. We’ve unprecedented access to data now, which enables us to make more informed and better decisions.

Toolless Keystone Jacks a Simple Easy and Effective Cable Termination

Toolless Keystone Jacks represent a simple mechanism to connect and terminate network-cables. While a traditional keystone jack comes with a punch-down tool to execute cable-installation, its toolless version does away with the need to have a punch-down tool. A simple process of pressing the cap in the deliberately carved design on the conductors as per the colour-codingenables an easy installation of the network-cables, without any need for a punch-down tool whatsoever.

Rising Demand of Copper System in The New age of Smart Homes

A report of International Copper Association (ICA), commissioned by Building Services Research and Information Association (BSRIA), put forth that global use of copper in Smart Home applications is expected to touch 1.5 million tonnes per annum by 2030. Copper System is used for Smart Home hubs, switches, routers, wiring and lithium-ion batteries.