Today’s world is indeed a wired world, and despite the uses of wireless technology, many modern electronic devices can be often are plugged into each other for a secure connection and transmission of data. Many different types of cables can be found today, from cat5 cables and cat6 cables all the way to bulk fiber optic cables to USB cables, and more. Electronic devices such as computers and their monitors, fax machines, printers, video game consoles, digital projectors, and more will have the correct ports where these cables can be plugged in. Examples include DisplayPort features, USB ports (very common), and ports for Ethernet cables on routers and Internet-capable items such as laptops and game consoles. An HDTV may have a DisplayPort on it for high-definition video, similar to an HDMI port, and a digital projector might have a DisplayPort on it, too. But whether someone is using a DisplayPort or USB port or anything elContinue reading
From internet to intranet to network servers and more, there is always the need for an ethernet cable. With internet services in Latin America and North America growing quickly, there is much more to be expected than the 11.8% growth that has come about over the past five years. While one fiber optic cable can carry three million full-duplex voice calls along with 90,000 television channels. Therefore, the remaining dark fiber cables across the United States and Latin American remain prepared to add to digital communication across the globe.
What is Dark Fiber Optic Cable?
The term dark fiber optic is a direct reference to unused fiber optic cable. This is all part of the fact that a telecommunications company often installs more than what is initially needed in order to prepare for the rapid growth that affects digital usage on a regular basis. Considering the cost of what it would take to complete installations over and over again, this is a step that helps a great deContinue reading
The idea of collecting debts is at least as old as the concept of money itself, if not older. Some Americans may dread the very word “debt,” associating it with hopeless bankruptcy and hefty medical bills or rent. But while that may sometimes be the case, most often Americans have a quite casual and harmless relationship with debt. In fact, Americans experience debt several times per day, such as when someone buys groceries or items at a hardware store or refuels their car. Strictly speaking, once these customers obtain an item or service, they are charged for it, and that is the debt. Such a debt won’t last long, though, once the customer offers cash, a credit or debit card, food stamps, or any other payment method like that. And today’s debt collection goes well beyond credit cards at the grocery store, including e-commerce as well. But what is a smart credit card reader? And what about ID scanners or ID readers, or ballot scanners? All of these scan-related technologies have an impoContinue reading