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.