Attend the Connect 2021 Virtual Event, April 13-15

April 1, 2021
Presented as 8 separate roundtable-style seminars, this virtual event will provide the in-depth information that information and communication technologies (ICT) professionals need to address today’s challenges and embrace tomorrow’s opportunities.

Join Endeavor Business Media for our Connect 2021 Virtual Event: Emerging Applications in Data Center and Enterprise Networks, a multi-day online learning opportunity for information and communications technologies (ICT) professionals to be held April 13-15.

This multi-day online learning opportunity is produced by Broadband Technology Report's sister publication, Cabling Installation & Maintenance (cablinginstall.com), and delivered by some of the information and communications technologies (ICT) industry’s premier technical experts. 

Presented as 8 separate roundtable-style seminars, this virtual event will provide the in-depth information ICT professionals need to address today’s challenges and embrace tomorrow’s opportunities. 

Network connectivity has never been more critical to an organization’s operations than it is today. From boardrooms to courtrooms and from learning centers to data centers, connectivity requirements related to remote working, data streaming, building management and other applications are essential for business continuity.

Register for the Connect 2021 Virtual Event 

To prepare for such industry demands, this multi-day online learning event for ICT professionals allows participants to earn BICSI credits for each session on Day 1 and Day 2.

Why attend?

  • Learn Practical Approaches to Install, Terminate, Test and Manage Fiber-Optic Cabling
  • Learn Best Practices for Deploying Infrastructure Systems in Data Centers
  • Learn About Strategies for Planning and Managing Cabling in High-Density Networks
  • Hear About Essential Cabling and Wireless-System Requirements for Smart Buildings and Highly Connected Premises
  • Discern Technical Characteristics of, and Applications for, Single-Pair Cabling and Single-Pair Ethernet

View the Connect 2021 Virtual Event's Full Agenda

Day 1: Data Centers

Day one, focusing on data centers, covers topics including fiber-optic cabling installation, termination, and management; the role and impact of edge facilities; meeting the demands of high-density cabling environments; and managing pathway systems.

Day 2: Enterprise Networks

On day two we turn our attention to enterprise networks, discussing the capabilities of smart buildings—from the fiber-optic and wireless infrastructure that makes them work, to hands-on matters of troubleshooting and connectivity, and a look into technological developments related to Single-Pair Ethernet. This day also will include an exclusive opportunity to attend a one-hour training session from one of BICSI’s professional instructors.

Day 3: Technology Showcase

Like a walk down an expo aisle, you’ll find videos about the latest products and solutions at the Technology Showcase. Learn about emerging trends, technologies, and connect with manufacturers to answer your product questions.

REGISTER NOW FOR CONNECT 2021

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