All that data has to go somewhere.

By: Susan Larson, Marketing Communications Manger

All that data has to go somewhere.

ControlPanel_300x180When was the last time you did something that didn’t require an internet connection? Unless you’re living off the grid, chances are you’re connecting to an IP network at least every day, most likely at least every hour, and probably, if I had to venture a guess, almost every minute of your life.

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TRANSCEIVERS: The Latest Adventure in my Quest to Conquer the IT Universe

By: Susan Larson, Marketing Communications Manger

TRANSMITTER + RECEIVER = TRANSCEIVER

TransceiverDC_12034This is how Berk-Tek’s Fiber Optics Applications Engineer started my first lesson on transceivers, during the early stages of planning for our Transceiver product launch. My response? A wide-eyed blank stare, as I wondered with mild panic how I was going to get my head around this foreign concept…let alone master it enough to be able to write about it.

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BICSI 2016: Confessions of a First-Timer

BICSI-2016_Booth_Picture_250x175A year ago, if you would have referred to a conference of information and communications technology professionals as anything other than a snooze-fest, I would have laughed (and probably rolled my eyes a little). I’m new to the IT world, having spent the past 17 years at print services and marketing companies. The first time I heard the word “BICSI,” I responded with “Gesundheit.” Continue reading

Meet Rakesh Sambaraju

A Peek Behind the Curtain

Rakesh_ActOn_200x225Welcome to the first edition of Tek Talk’s “Meet the Presenter” series, which will give you a glimpse into the professional and personal lives of the people who make Berk-Tek tick.

Our first Featured Presenter is Rakesh Sambaraju, Applications Engineer for Fiber Optics. Rakesh works in the TEK Center at Berk-Tek, our premier research lab and showcase for emerging applications. He will be hosting the next Berk-Tek webinar on December 10 at 11am (EST), Layer 1 – Challenging the Limits of Fiber Optic Cabling and Connectivity.

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