Complying with building codes and industry standards is a necessary part of data center construction, and this applies to cable-tray system design and implementation as well. While the most cost and labor efficient method to cable a data center is the use of a prefabricated cable tray management system, you can’t just bundle as many cables as you’d like and drop them into a run. There are specific rules that must be followed for tray fill capacities. Read More
Building a solar plant is about efficiencies. We’ve come a long way in terms of solar panel technology, evolving from an expensive government-subsidized industry into a self-sustainable energy market sector. However, power generation is a thin margin game, so squeezing the most wattage out of every dollar spent on materials, labor and ongoing repairs is critical to driving profitability.
Like any other industry, enterprises in the business of moving and storing data are learning to benefit from economies of scale. The next generation 5G wireless network promises to increase data volume exponentially. A 5G network provides vastly increased speed and capacity, but requires smaller cells and closer proximity to the cloud in order to deliver the low latency required for a seamless digital experience.
A tidal wave of data is coming, brought to you courtesy of the makers of 5G wireless networks and the billions of smart devices in use around the globe. A 5G network provides vastly increased capacity and lower latency – the time it takes for data to travel from the user, over the network to the central processor and back again. This will not only enable near real-time communications for things like VR and AI, it will spawn a whole new generation of applications like remote medical diagnostics and innovations we can only imagine today.
Whether you’re setting up an office network for a new building or upgrading your current one, there are multiple steps to take and processes to follow, often under tight deadlines.
In September 2017, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a $10.4 million initiative to improve Long Island’s water quality and the economy and resiliency of its coastal communities. To accomplish these goals, the state of New York, through its Department of Environmental Conservation, is investing $5.25 million in the Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE). Snake Tray provided an overhead cable management solution to support wires to provide electrical power at a new shellfish hatchery located at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County Marine Environmental Learning Center (SCMELC) in the town of Southold, NY.
In the digital age, everything runs at lightning speed, and 5G promises to push the envelope even further. This new generation of communications will mean faster streams of data, which in turn will drive demand for more data transfers, which will require more cables.
It’s the second award for this product. Previous award was the NECA Show Stopper Award.
Snake Tray is pleased to announce its newest cable manager with a color-coded multiple pocket design which is an ideal solution for managing cables in hospital and healthcare environments. It provides up to 8 separate color-coded pathways to manage and identify a variety of cables. Cable manager easily integrates with the cable tray or mounts to a wall.
Snake Tray is pleased to advise that Roger Jette, President, Snake Tray was awarded the Harry J. Pfister Award for Excellence in the Telecommunications Industry at the BICSI Winter Conference in Orlando, FL on January 23, 2019. Awarded by the University of South Florida College of Engineering, this award recognizes the lifetime achievement or major accomplishment of an individual in the telecommunications industry. It promotes the efforts of an individual who enhances the scientific, technical, or educational aspects of the telecommunications industry, or who promotes the professionalism of the industry.
Snake Tray is pleased to announce a new under desk ONT mounting enclosure that can house most current ONTs on the market. This PON module will provide space for the service loop and the auxiliary power unit.
Snake Tray is a leading manufacturer of cable management, power distribution, boxes and enclosures all designed to lower the total cost of construction. Products are manufactured in New York and shipped to leading corporations and organizations across the globe.