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Trying to Grow Your Expertise? Check Out These New BICSI-Approved Courses

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Growing your expertise is the key to staying competitive. Chatsworth Products (CPI) can help aid you in your journey to gaining that competitive advantage through BICSI-approved courses.

Three new courses are now available, each will give you one (1) Continuing Education Credit (CECs):

Are You Prepared for the Impact of PoE on Your Network?  

As Power over Ethernet (PoE) continues to grow, so does the demand for applications with increased power. Due to this increase in the demand for more power, an amendment to IEEE 802.3bt standard was recently published in draft form. Implementing it will require not just an upgrade of the network switch, but possibly an upgrade of your network cabling. This course will discuss considerations for selecting the appropriate cable management strategy to reduce heat buildup in existing cables, better management of cables, and cable management accessories that allow for easy installation and protection of cables, even in harsh environments—so you can better prepare for the impact of PoE on your network. 

To receive your credit, view the on demand presentation anytime.

CPI Cabinet Ecosystem 

While for years the data center equipment cabinet has been just that, an equipment cabinet, its role in the data center has changed as much as the environment itself. In this course, you will how integrating the data center cabinet with hardware and software into a single platform can give you visibility into your data center—and, as a result—help you make more informed decisions. 

This is a live event. To find out more or to schedule training, visit our training page.

Grounding and Bonding  

Bonding and grounding systems within a building are intended to have one electrical potential. When installed, the lightning protection system should meet the requirements of the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). While the bonding and grounding of the electrical service entrance is outside the scope of this Standard, coordination between electrical and telecommunications bonding and grounding system is essential for the proper application of this Standard. Throughout this presentation, we will give a better understanding of the requirements set forth by ANSI/TIA-607-C, Generic Telecommunications Bonding and Grounding (Earthing) for Customer Premises. This presentation will also note the changes between 607-B and 607-C.

This is a live event. To find out more or to schedule training, visit our training page

Contact Us

For more information about all of CPI's BICSI-approved courses, or to schedule training in your area, contact CPI's Training & Development Manager, Lauren Kallail. 

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Posted by Brittany Mangan, Digital Content Specialist at 07/20/2018 11:52:22 AM

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