Do you know how many switch ports you have currently available?
Can you locate any specific device in your network anytime and from anywhere?
Can you solve a cabling alert from a remote site without having to actually go there?
Do you know which outlets the laptops of your colleagues are physically plugged into?
If you want to learn more about how the automation wave has been changing cabling management and is now moving into using robotics and augmented reality, keep reading.
As the business and technology world continues to evolve, networking infrastructure just keeps improving. We have no choice. We have to connect more people at higher speed in more places than ever before..
Fortunately, the network managers have automated infrastructure management (AIM) systems to support them, and this game-changing technology is described in greater detail in this fact file.
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