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Cat5e Max Speed | Cat5e Cable Speed

Cat5e Max Speed | Cat5e Cable Speed

Cat5e Cabling Speed The speed of Cat5e cabling supports high-performance networking. Category 5 enhanced cables can deliver Gigabit Ethernet speeds of up to 1000 Mbps. Devices connected by the cable, including switches and routers, should also

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KVM

KVM

In computer hardware, a KVM switch provides users with a greater range of device control. KVM is based on three words: Keyboard, Video, and Mouse. The KVM hardware delivers the capability to manage multiple computers, servers or other KVMs

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PABX

The acronym PABX stands for a Private Automated Branch Exchange. A PABX is a type of telephone network used by call centres and medium-to-large companies. This exchange system provides multiple lines for outside callers to reach staff, as well

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PSTN

The letters PSTN stand for Public Switched Telephone Network. It is a global telephony system comprised of the public telephone networks. PSTN is a circuit-switched system. When it is used to make a call, a communication channel is established

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VoIP

VoIP

The abbreviation VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol. With this technology, the Internet Protocol becomes the transmission medium for telephone communications. VoIP includes the hardware and software that transmits voice data packets

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VoIP Equipment | IP Telephony Information

VoIP Equipment | IP Telephony Information

VoIP The term VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol. This is a technology that supports the real-time transfer of voice information digitally over the Internet. VoIP allows users to bypass the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)

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Remote Management

Remote Management

Remote Management UPS The Remote Management UPS allows for secure monitoring and control of an uninterruptible power device via a Web browser, command line interface or SNMP. Administrators can integrate UPS management software to remotely

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Standby UPS

The basic Standby UPS is an uninterruptible power source that delivers short-term, battery-sourced power during outages. With this category of UPS, hardware receives utility power, under normal conditions, through a direct AC connection. The

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Line Interactive UPS

Line Interactive UPS

A Line interactive UPS is one type of uninterruptible power source that can regulate voltage automatically. The line-interactive technology responds to high and low voltage conditions. Units also support systems during outages without battery

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On-line UPS

On-line UPS

An On-line UPS is a type of uninterruptible power supply that utilises either a double or delta conversion technology. With double conversion, network equipment does not receive electricity directly from the AC outlet. Instead, AC power travels

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VA

VA

Volt-Ampere (VA) The term volt-ampere (VA) is a measurement of electrical power in a direct current circuit. It is also used in alternating circuit specifications. VA ratings in devices, such as computing equipment, is provided by the manufacturer.

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