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Credit Value: 1
Course Description:

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

Credit Value: 1
Course Description:

 This course is Part 2 of a 4 Part Series.  With a general understanding of bonding and grounding established, this presentation takes a closer look at bonding and grounding for telecommunications specifically. This includes a comprehensive review of the codes and standards required (such as ANSI/TIA-607-C) for such applications, as well as an analysis of the design options and implementation best practices recommended to ensure 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.

Credit Value: 1
Course Description:

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.

Credit Value: 1
Course Description:

As the Internet of Things evolves, managing assets and white space remotely becomes more complex, highlighting the need for remote power monitoring, environmental and security capabilities. And although demand for intelligent PDUs is soaring, many users don’t take full advantage of a few important capabilities that would truly boost their ROI.

You have invested in intelligent PDUs, but are you enjoying all of the benefits? As data center environments become more complex, user requirements and solutions for rack power distribution are changing and intelligent PDUs are taking the front seat in investments. This presentation will cover the benefits of intelligent PDUs and describe important capabilities that help boost the return on investment (ROI) in the short and long term.

5G Has Arrived: How Will Your Safeguard Your Network?
Credit Value: 1
Course Description:

5G, or 5th generation cellular wireless networking, is not just an increase in speed over 4G LTE, it is a complete redesign of the cellular wireless network. 5G promises orders of magnitude increases in bandwidth for users and to eventually enable remote sensing for the most complex IoT applications. But first, the network needs to be updated and expanded. 5G will involve hundreds of thousands of sites, millions of users and eventually billions of things. Is your network ready?  
 

Whose Fault is it Anyway? What Seismic Activity Means for Your Network Infrastructure
Credit Value: 1
Course Description:

Did you know that roughly half of the continental United States is exposed to risks of seismic hazards, with damage costs in the billions each year? Under such threat, it’s vital that networks be properly designed and maintained in order to ensure life and equipment safety as well as minimize downtime with fully operational equipment after a seismic event. This presentation will cover how seismic hazards are measured, best practices for site and network design in seismically susceptible regions, and other important considerations for proper seismic installation and site certification in order to protect and secure your full investment; including the technology and people who support it. 

Faced with Higher-Density Equipment and Rising Temperatures: Master Data Center Efficiency While Reducing Costs
Credit Value: 1
Course Description:

Monitoring power use at the rack- and device-level and maintaining good airflow management practices helps reduce the cost of data center operations. This simple, sensible approach employs intelligent PDUs, a Data Center Infrastructure Monitoring software, and a system of baffles that integrate with your racks to provide a complete separation of hot and cold air within your data center computer room. As operators develop the discipline of tracking power use and associated cost, they are able to more quickly identify areas of concern and make informed decisions to maximize site capacity and power density in each rack. 

This presentation will discuss the importance of monitoring power at the rack- and device-level, key consideration when selecting intelligent PDUs, and the results of three basic approaches to airflow management: hot aisle/cold aisle, partial containment and full containment, to demonstrate the increased savings available from implementing monitoring and airflow management best practices.

Power Distribution Considerations for High-Density Data Center Environments
Credit Value: 1
Course Description:

This presentation will discuss the physical, electrical, networking, management and security considerations to deploy an effective intelligent power management solution that enhances availability within high density environments in a cost effective manner.​

5G Has Arrived: How Will Your Safeguard Your Network?
Credit Value: 1 LU/HSW
Course Description:

Description: 5G, or 5th generation cellular wireless networking, is not just an increase in speed over 4G LTE, it is a complete redesign of the cellular wireless network. 5G promises orders of magnitude increases in bandwidth for users and to eventually enable remote sensing for the most complex IoT applications. But first, the network needs to be updated and expanded. 5G will involve hundreds of thousands of sites, millions of users and eventually billions of things. Is your network ready?

Bonding and Grounding Part 1: Overview
Credit Value: 1 LU/HSW
Course Description:

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 systems is essential for the proper application of this Standard . Throughout this presentation, we will give a better understanding of the requirements set forth by the ANSI/TIA-607-C and, Generic Telecommunications Bonding and Grounding (Earthing) for Customer Premises standards. This presentation will also note the changes between ANSI/TIA-607-B and 607-C.

Bonding and Grounding Part 2: Telecom
Credit Value: 1 LU/HSW
Course Description:

With a general understanding of bonding and grounding established in part one of this four-part series, this part-two presentation takes a closer look at bonding and grounding for telecommunications specifically. This includes a comprehensive review of the codes and standards required (such as ANSI/TIA-607-C) for such applications, as well as an analysis of the design options and implementation best practices recommended to ensure 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.

Just What the Doctor Ordered: How Health Care Facility Infrastructure Depends on Smart Cabling, Smarter Planning
Credit Value: 1 LU/HSW
Course Description:

After an American Society for Healthcare Engineering survey found that 89 percent of hospital facility professionals consider withstanding natural disasters and power outages as one of the most critical components in the design of new healthcare facilities, the TIA-1179-A standard is more important than ever in the planning and installation of structured cabling systems for healthcare facilities and buildings. With these considerations in mind, this presentation explores the TIA 1179-A requirements around cabling topologies, distances, pathways and splices, as well as the entrance facilities, equipment and telecommunications rooms and enclosures and grounding and bonding best practices needed to address these challenges.

Safe, Secure, Stable: What Makes Mission Critical Edge Networks Unique
Credit Value: 1 LU/HSW
Course Description:

The growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0 require additional telecom, data and computing services closer to the end user to minimize latency, risk and cost. These edge networks are being deployed everywhere new and existing networks need to be, including warehouses, manufacturing floors, and even more remote outdoor locations, as well as increasing numbers of public spaces such as large campuses, stadiums, healthcare facilities and more. And as networks extend into new spaces, the need to properly secure and protect sensitive IT equipment increases, as do the challenges that come with it. That means ensuring adequate safety and security measures with regards to equipment access, proper grounding and bonding techniques to prevent electrocution, and proper enclosure protections that shield mission-critical equipment from harmful chemicals, water, dust and dirt—which helps ensure network uptime and redundancy that’s crucial to keeping health care and city services up and running.

Whose Fault Is It Anyway? What Seismic Activity Means for Your Network Infrastructure
Credit Value: 1 LU/HSW
Course Description:

Did you know that roughly half of the continental United States is exposed to risks of seismic hazards, with damage costs in the billions each year? Under such threat, it’s vital that networks be properly designed and maintained in order to ensure life and equipment safety, as well as minimize downtime with fully operational equipment after a seismic event. This presentation will cover how seismic hazards are measured, best practices for site and network design in seismically susceptible regions, and other important considerations for proper seismic installation and site certification in order to protect and secure your full investment; including the technology and people who support it.

TRAINING CONTACT
Lauren Kallail
Training & Development Manager
Email: lkallail@chatsworth.com
Phone: 469-978-2162