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  • Video...How to terminate and test copper cable.

    This hands-on Tips for Techs video takes you inside the Black Box Training Center to show you how to terminate and test cabling for a copper installation. The video begins... more/see it nowwith a step-by-step demonstration of terminating a patch cable up to the CAT6 specification, with special focus on how to cut and strip the cabling in a way that ensures good signaling integrity. Next, it covers how to validate and verify a backbone link between a patch panel and workstation. The video tutorial then demonstrates what kind of tester you’ll need if you must certify and document a copper link, then ends with a discussion on what you’ll need to simply verify the Ethernet performance of a cable run. collapse

  • Video...EncrypTight Overview

    Today&#39;s networks often link many different sites across the Internet or across WANs owned by third-party providers. Because these links cross public networks, they must be secured - but the... more/see it nowstandard IPSec VPN solution is cumbersome and time consuming. This EncrypTightTM Overview video explains how EncrypTight from Black Box provides easy, transparent encryption across multiple sites without the hassle of IPSec VPN. collapse

  • Video...ServSwitch Secure KVM Switches with USB

    As the need for security has grown, Black Box has made it a priority to address the concerns of customers for whom security is vital. We have been involved in... more/see it nowresearching and developing the ServSwitch Secure KVM Switches with USB, and recently obtained EAL4+ certification and Level 1 TEMPEST approval. ServSwitch Secure KVM Switches with USB enable switching between secure and non-secure networks. The switch provides a common point of access, and because of a number of security features, data is isolated from one network to the other. The KVM switches provide control and separation of up to four PCs through just one keyboard, monitor, and mouse. Users can safely switch between four computers operating at different classification levels without worry. View this video for more details about the ServSwitch Secure KVM Switch with USB — and now with EAL4+ certification and TEMPEST Level 1 approval. collapse

  • Video...New Virtual/Remote Desktop and KVM Extension: InvisaPC

    InvisaPC is an extension and remote desktop solution for KVM, HD vdieo, and virtual desktops. This system provides remote access to physical or virtualized CPUs for real-time and high-bandwidth applications. -... more/see it nowSwitch and extend HD video and USB HID over LAN/WAN. - Remoteley operate, manage, and reboot attached PCs. - Provides point-to-point extension and cloud-based matrix switching. - Zero clien and operating system independent. Learn more at blackbox.com/InvisaPC collapse

  • Video...KVM Tray

    ServView V, the new, full-featured KVM tray for server control. This video shows how convenient it is to use a rackmounted keyboard, monitor, and mouse with a KVM switch in your... more/see it nowserver room. The demo spotlights our line of ServView V™ (KVT517) trays. We walk you through the 1U tray’s many features, showing how its illuminated LED panel makes at-a-glance monitoring in dark rooms possible and how its ample cable management features improve organization. The video also demonstrates the value of the tray’s dual-rail design and how easy it is to switch between connected servers, including those in applications where you don’t ever want to open the cabinet door. collapse

  • Video...QuietCab

    QuietCab cabinets are acoustic IT enclosures that are perfect for applications where space, noise, and appearance are a concern. Their attractive, furniture-like design fits right into areas like offices, conference... more/see it nowrooms, medical practices, schools, and retail establishments. An acoustic foam lining reduces audible server noise by about 15 dB, and integrated fan panels ensure that the cabinets keep your equipment cool. collapse

  • Video...Power over Ethernet Explained

    There are a lot of misconceptions and myths surrounding Power over Ethernet (PoE). Learn what PoE is—and is not—and clarify how it can be an important part of your network.

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