I start, let me explain what passive
infrastructure is and why it is important to you.
The term “passive infrastructure”
denotes the widest possible coverage of transmission media used in networks
today – copper (twisted pair and coax), fiber optic, RF wireless and microwave.
As the name suggests, the focus is on the parts of the network often hidden in
the wall, underground or above the streets, rather than the “active” components
of a network that often get most attention. Active
components are those devices that must be supplied with external power (i.e.,
AC, DC, PoE) to function. They also boost the power of the signals.
CLICK TO TWEET: . CommScope's James Donovan explains why you should learn about passive infrastructure
We use passive infrastructure every day with our smartphones and tablets. We cannot connect to the internet without using it.
What makes this so important is the technology. More and more devices are connecting to networks every day. Networks need to handle massive amounts of data, and passive infrastructure is
key to making this happen.
Predictions for the Internet of Things (IoT) also expect that by 2020,
. Staying up to date in an ever-growing, ever-evolving market is difficult. To make the most of this opportunity, accessible passive infrastructure training is the gateway to success. This is where the
almost 50 billion devices will be connecting to
networks comes into action. CommScope
In this video, I provide you with
four reasons why you need to learn about
passive infrastructure and how the Infrastructure Academy can help you. So, watch this video and make sure you get your copy of the Infrastructure Academy’s passive infrastructure
. This way you can better understand the passive infrastructure that underpins your network. eBook here