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C Enterprises: Your Partner in a Competitive Industry

[fa icon="calendar'] May 22, 2018 / by C Enterprises posted in C Enterprises

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We should strive to welcome change and challenges, because they are what help us grow.” – H.G. Wells

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C Enterprises and TiniFiber Announce Strategic Partnership

[fa icon="calendar'] March 1, 2018 / by C Enterprises posted in fiber cable, C Enterprises

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Pre-terminated MicroArmor fiber trunks now available from C Enterprises

Vista, CA: Today, C Enterprises is pleased to officially announce it's partnership with TiniFiber. Through this partnership, C Enterprises is now the authorized and preferred custom cable assembly house (CAH) for MicroArmor Cable Assemblies.

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What’s the Difference between Ethernet and Industrial Ethernet?

[fa icon="calendar'] December 27, 2017 / by C Enterprises

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Ethernet and Industrial Ethernet are not the same thing. While both terms are used to describe a connecting cable, they are distinct types with their own uses and capabilities. The commercial Ethernet does not meet the needs of industrial applications because its purpose is office automation and integration. Industrial applications require a much more rigorous standard for both performance and durability.

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The Cost Benefits of Going Green

[fa icon="calendar'] December 18, 2017 / by C Enterprises

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“Going Green” means reducing one’s impact on the environment. Businesses large and small have realized how they can save money, reduce their carbon footprint and attract environmentally-conscious consumers by changing the way they use resources. Here are some of the ways going green provides cost benefits.

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Cabling Options for LED Lighting

[fa icon="calendar'] December 11, 2017 / by C Enterprises

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LED lighting and other low-voltage applications are causing the demand for wiring and cabling to skyrocket. Industries struggling to comply with government regulations and save money to remain competitive continue to seek innovative strategies for providing adjustable lighting where it is needed. Transparency Market Research predicts an increase in LED technology will create an increased demand for category-type cable. Here’s what you need to know about cabling for LED.

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The Benefits of LED Lighting

[fa icon="calendar'] November 13, 2017 / by C Enterprises posted in LED Lighting Benefits

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Light emitting diode (LED) lights have taken over the marketplace for many reasons. They last longer, use less electricity, and don’t have to be replaced as often. Here are some of the LED lighting benefits that have individuals and businesses installing them in every fixture.

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Power Over Ethernet

[fa icon="calendar'] November 6, 2017 / by C Enterprises posted in Power over Ethernet

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When engineers combine power and communications using Cat 3 or Cat 5 cables, they can create inexpensive, efficient Ethernet networks. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) made the Power over Ethernet (PoE) standard because of its many advantages. Learn where it came from, how it works, and the many benefits of PoE. 

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How to Meet NFPA and IFC Public Safety Building Code

[fa icon="calendar'] October 30, 2017 / by C Enterprises posted in NFPA

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If you’re a building owner, builder, or project manager, you know that most jurisdictions require International Fire Code (IFC) or National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) compliance before you can obtain an occupancy permit. Find out the difference between the two sets of requirements and what you need to install a public safety distributed antenna system (DAS) that meets standards.

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The Importance of Public Safety DAS

[fa icon="calendar'] October 23, 2017 / by C Enterprises

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Distributed antenna systems (DAS) allow providers to extend wireless coverage in large buildings or oversized structures like sports arenas. They do the work of one powerful device using a network of connected smaller antennas to improve signal and are especially important to first responders in emergency situations. When there’s a fire, earthquake, or violent attack, it’s critical police, fire, and medical personnel have uninterrupted communication both inside and out.

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What is DAS?

[fa icon="calendar'] October 11, 2017 / by C Enterprises

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DAS stands for Distributed Antenna Systems. With large buildings, there are often dead spots that interfere with wireless coverage. Radios and cell phones have a weak signal or don’t work at all. A network of small antennas act as repeaters to distribute signals into areas of poor coverage. If you’ve ever wondered what DAS is, read on to find out more.

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