How Single-Pair Ethernet Is Fueling Moore’s Law For Cable Management

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May 4, 2021 | Technology

“Moore’s Law is a thing about human activity, it’s about vision, it’s about what you’re allowed to believe. Because people are limited by their beliefs, they limit themselves by what they allow themselves to believe about what is possible.” —Carver Mead Technology is not stagnant. That’s especially true in computing, where the rapid pace of […]

April 13, 2021 | Technology

People and organizations globally are struggling to combat the COVID-19 crisis in all facets. One of the most significant challenges presented to the public is detecting asymptomatic infected people. To date, the fastest COVID-19 test kit can return results in approximately 15 minutes at around $5 per test. Other than a test, febrile screenings have […]

April 8, 2021 | Technology

Every year we see the appearance and disappearance of a variety of novel trends; office designs are no different. How we design our workplaces has a significant effect on how our teams perform, so it makes sense that advances in technology and new work styles influence design trends. But cost discourages many organizations from following […]

December 30, 2020 | Technology

Resilience is defined as the ability to adapt to changing circumstances and to sustain or recover functionality and vibrancy in the face of strain or disruption. It is the ability to bounce back after an interruption or inconvenience. Resilience in design—better known by architects and designers as resilient design—is intentionally designing homes, buildings, topography, neighborhoods, […]

November 5, 2020 | Technology, Workplace

Access to data is helping organizations to bring relevant change to how they work. Sensors and other powered devices provide data points for insights into improved energy efficiency, enhanced occupant comfort, and the impact of light on different building zones over the course of a workday. Smart building technology can allow in more passive light […]

October 15, 2020 | Technology

Before COVID, Gartner predicted that more than 80 percent of enterprise IoT projects would include AI by 2022. Embedded AI in IoT devices was also on track to reach $4.6B globally by 2024. This is likely to accelerate given the new demands on facilities in response to COVID. Vendors at CES are actively embedding AI […]

According to Intel, the global value of IoT technology is climbing toward a possible $6.2 trillion by 2025. While smart building advancement is occurring in manufacturing and healthcare, the trend is booming across all verticals. There’s a lot of money flowing down the pipeline and supporting new development and innovation in building design. One reason […]

June 30, 2020 | Technology

Designing‌ ‌for‌ ‌a‌ ‌More‌ Productive Shared Space | Design for the Future The office cubicle has gone from an open office concept to a pop culture icon. While the cubicle’s original design intended to promote workplace flexibility, it eventually became a symbol of oppression. The American comic strip Dilbert and the film Office Space (1997) […]

April 16, 2020 | Technology

Conference Room Technology Trends – Creating the Meeting Rooms of the Future The modern world as we know it was established behind the doors of countless conference rooms. Nearly every governmental agency has them; nearly every university has them; no corporate office building is complete without one. And while a fair amount of people would […]

March 2, 2020 | Technology

Spurred by innovative office technology and expanding globalization, the nature of work has had a massive metamorphosis over the last two centuries. Much like how agrarian economies (an agricultural society) gave way to industrial economies, now our industrial economy has turned into a service-centered economy. Over this period, whole sectors and professions have been changed […]

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