Berk-Tek Leviton Technologies will exhibit its system solutions, highlighting key customer applications and trends at the 2018 BICSI Winter Conference & Exhibition, February 4-8, 2018, in Orlando, Florida. On display at Berk-Tek Leviton Technologies booth #901 in the Orange County Convention Center will be application-focused solutions that address the practical deployment of established and emerging technologies and standards for ICT contractors and consultants.

Featured displays will introduce BICSI attendees to a range of innovative network infrastructure solutions and application scenarios for data centers and enterprise, such as:

Data center copper and fiber optic migration paths from 10 to 40, 100, 200, and 400 Gb/s, allowing users to reuse the cable backbone through multiple tech upgrades. Solutions on display include the Atlas-X1™ Cat 8 connector and patch cord, the e2XHD cassette-based copper and fiber patching system (now with copper shielded capabilities), Opt-X® Unity single-mode and multimode fiber optic cabling systems, Micro Data Center Plenum fiber cable, and alien crosstalk (AXT) preventing LANmark™-XTP copper cable.

Practical applications for enterprise connectivity, including rapidly evolving technology like Power over Ethernet (PoE), wireless networks, and enterprise fiber optic networks. Highlighted products will include Opt-X SDX wall-mount enclosures, plenum-rated in-ceiling cabling systems, the range of Atlas-X1 connectivity, and LANmark-XTP cable.

IT/AV systems comprising Multi-input Autoswitching Wallplates, HDBaseT™ systems, USB Signal Extension, and copper cable with AXT suppression technology that simplify audiovisual deployments of 4K video, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) integration, and AV control with plug-and-play systems over category cabling infrastructure in conference room and classroom applications.

OneReachTM, a unique PoE extender system that combines optical fiber for long-distance gigabit transmission and copper conductors in a single system. OneReach enables the deployment of PoE up to 3,600 feet to connect and power remotely located devices such as security cameras, blue light phones, and wireless access points.