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Preparing your cabling for Power over Ethernet

Power over Ethernet (PoE) refers to the phenomenon of running power and data transmission through the same cable, eliminating the need for separate wiring for each purpose. In doing so, this reduces installation costs and improves flexibility by...

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NHS Building Infrastructures for Healthcare ICT

The FIA has been a major contributor to the Code of Practice and we are pleased to advise that after two years in development it is now readily available to become the go to document for all those involved in hospital and healthcare...

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Newsletter – Issue 140

Welcome to the June 2020 Fibre Optic Industry Association Newsletter. We hope this finds you safe, well and still sane in the current lockdown.

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