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The Digital Transformation of Australia’s healthcare industry

Australia’s healthcare system is extremely complex and it is best described as a web of services, providers, recipients and organizational structures. Complexity is unavoidable to ensure multi-faceted, multi-disciplinary, culturally diverse… Read more »

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Electrical Grid Security is Serious Business

As we move further into the 21st century it’s difficult to imagine electrical installations that won’t be, in one way or another, connected. The Internet of Things is here and… Read more »

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The End of IT?

The IT industry has been the reigning superstar of the global economy for the last 40 years. The industry gave us 25-year old billionaires and “long-term” success stories like Microsoft,… Read more »

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Happy families are segregated families in cabling

The world of electronics can be a cruel one for cables – particularly the sensitive ones that carry sensor readings. They can be badly disturbed by the big power cables… Read more »

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Cable management systems for Electromagnetic emission control

Cable trays, conduit, ladders – all examples of cable management systems (CMSs) designed to hold cables in place. Only they can do much more than that.  For the last few… Read more »

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Foil tour coils with TVS to protect the integrity of your communications

More to cables that meets the eye wire Cables are widely disregarded as mere bundles of wire. Yet they are the vehicles that transport energy and information and the signals… Read more »

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Automatic reclosing auxiliaries: the unsung heros of continuity

In power distribution some applications are more critical than others. Hospitals, for example, or big stock exchanges like New York and London. Where lives and livelihoods are at stake there… Read more »

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Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standards: review of the requirements

Directive 2004/108/EC on electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) concerns all electrical and electronic equipment sold on the EU market. All apparatus, systems, and installations, as well as certain components, must align with… Read more »

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Electromagnetic disturbances: communications networks particularly sensitive

Communications devices – especially those used in broadband communications systems – generate capacitive and inductive electrical phenomena that lead to electromagnetic disturbances. Communications networks are generally vast, connecting equipment located… Read more »

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Secure Power Solutions Must Be Adaptable to Specific Industry Needs

Ensuring reliable power for mission-critical applications in industry isn’t as simple as offering a range of standard power protection products, even if they are very good products. For many Secure… Read more »

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3 Reasons Why Legacy Telco Facilities Can Make Perfect Data Centers

The longest echo lasted 75 seconds and was recorded in Scotland in an empty oil tank measuring twice the length of a soccer field. The central office at your telecommunications… Read more »

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BPM software application with the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

In his excellent post, Gregory Guiheneuf from Wonderware France explains how BPM connects with IIoT through its process modelling, monitoring and optimization capabilities. Translated from French as follows: BPM software… Read more »

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Pushing the Data Center Boundary Blog: Cloud Computing – Is it really just 80’s outsourcing by another name?

Is it possible to be suffocated by a cloud?    Because the hype around cloud computing is starting to make me feel like I’m suffocating.  It seems that for the… Read more »

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Automatic reclosing auxiliaries: the unsung heros of continuity

In power distribution some applications are more critical than others. Hospitals, for example, or big stock exchanges like New York and London. Where lives and livelihoods are at stake there… Read more »

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Happy families are segregated families in cabling

The world of electronics can be a cruel one for cables – particularly the sensitive ones that carry sensor readings. They can be badly disturbed by the big power cables… Read more »

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Cable management systems for Electromagnetic emission control

Cable trays, conduit, ladders – all examples of cable management systems (CMSs) designed to hold cables in place. Only they can do much more than that.  For the last few… Read more »

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Why Digitization is the way forward in a digital-first world

One of the most vital aspects of any business today is a transformative Customer Experience. Imagine a customer walking into a shop or a showroom to buy a product, many… Read more »

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Secure Power Solutions Must Be Adaptable to Specific Industry Needs

Ensuring reliable power for mission-critical applications in industry isn’t as simple as offering a range of standard power protection products, even if they are very good products. For many Secure… Read more »

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The Digital Transformation of Australia’s healthcare industry

Australia’s healthcare system is extremely complex and it is best described as a web of services, providers, recipients and organizational structures. Complexity is unavoidable to ensure multi-faceted, multi-disciplinary, culturally diverse… Read more »

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Electromagnetic disturbances: communications networks particularly sensitive

Communications devices – especially those used in broadband communications systems – generate capacitive and inductive electrical phenomena that lead to electromagnetic disturbances. Communications networks are generally vast, connecting equipment located… Read more »

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Happy families are segregated families in cabling

The world of electronics can be a cruel one for cables – particularly the sensitive ones that carry sensor readings. They can be badly disturbed by the big power cables… Read more »

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Secure Power services: why a smooth “handover” is vital to a lifecycle approach

Commercial and industrial assets such as ships, airports, manufacturing plants, oil rigs, or hospitals involve highly specialized systems that need power protection and cooling to keep these mission-critical applications secure… Read more »

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Electrical Grid Security is Serious Business

As we move further into the 21st century it’s difficult to imagine electrical installations that won’t be, in one way or another, connected. The Internet of Things is here and… Read more »

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Cable management systems for Electromagnetic emission control

Cable trays, conduit, ladders – all examples of cable management systems (CMSs) designed to hold cables in place. Only they can do much more than that.  For the last few… Read more »

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6 Industries on the Verge of IIoT Disruption

By 2030, the Industrial Internet could drive $7.1 trillion in incremental revenue in the U.S. alone, with China, Germany and the UK each poised to reap their own 12- and… Read more »

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Catch some of the highlights from Schneider Electric direct from CiscoLive 2013 in London!

Traditionally, IT managers and networking and communications specialists have not been responsible for tracking energy bills in their enterprises, but they will soon. Rising energy costs coupled with the increasing… Read more »

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Telefonica: A Digital Telco Journey

Tier 4 data centers by nature use a significant amount of electricity, the result of all the redundancy built in to create reliability. So it stands to reason that if… Read more »

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World Titans Collide and Shape Next Wave of Data Center Business

Technology is always shifting, but the latest business headlines provide confirmation that a major shift is underway. Basically, we have the titans of four industries—Web giants, Telecommunications companies, major information… Read more »

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Pushing the Data Center Boundary Blog: Cloud Computing – Is it really just 80’s outsourcing by another name?

Is it possible to be suffocated by a cloud?    Because the hype around cloud computing is starting to make me feel like I’m suffocating.  It seems that for the… Read more »

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WEBCAST: Insight for Contractors: Trends Transform Load Profiles

Trends such as virtualization, Cloud computing, and digitization of equipment are changing the load densities and load profiles that mechanical contractors should be aware of, according to a new webcast… Read more »

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