Archive for June, 2021

TP-LINK – Networking products

06/25/2021 6:20

TP-LINK is a largest Chinese network hardware manufacturer for SOHO market. Company was founded in 1996. Their market share in networking products is still growing. TP-LINK cooperates with over 600 distributors in China and rest of the world. There are over 100 experienced engineers working for TP-LINK in two factories with 21 production lines. Perfect technical support and management system compliant with ISO9001:2000 gives warranty of reliability and stability of their devices. Quality of products was confirmed with a lot of awards in many independent device tests. TP-LINK is also manufacturing OEM versions of hardware for other network device manufacturers.

TP-LINK offers includes:

New items

34,70 EUR
#09167
3 Mpx Outdoor Turret Network Camera lens 2.8mm (TP-Link VIGI C400P-2.8)
36,30 EUR
#09166
3 Mpx Outdoor Bullet Network Camera lens 6mm (TP-Link VIGI C300P-4)
36,30 EUR
#09165
3 Mpx Outdoor Bullet Network Camera lens 4mm (TP-Link VIGI C300P-4)
67,40 EUR
#09170
1000Mbps AV1000 WiFi Powerline Adapter AC Wi-Fi Kit (TP-Link TL-WPA7517 KIT)
60,00 EUR
#09169
8 Channel Network Video Recorder (TP-Link VIGI NVR1008)
34,70 EUR
#09168
3 Mpx Outdoor Turret Network Camera lens 4mm (TP-Link VIGI C400P-4)
11,00 EUR
#09164
USB 3.0 to Gigabit Ethernet Network Adapter (TP-Link UE305)
12,90 EUR
#09163
USB 3.0 Type-C to Gigabit Ethernet Network Adapter (TP-Link UE300C)
86,00 EUR
#09162
Network adapter, PCI Express, 10 Gb/s (TP-Link TX401)
32,00 EUR
#09161
300Mbps Wireless N VDSL/ADSL Modem Router, (TP-Link TD-W9960)

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Computer Network Accessories
    Switches
        » FAST ETHERNET / UNMANAGED SWITCHES
            22,80 EUR
            #09129
            Unmanaged switch, 5x 10/100 RJ-45, PoE, desktop (TP-Link TL-SF1005LP)  NEW
            28,30 EUR
            #09130
            Unmanaged switch, 6x 10/100 RJ-45, PoE+, desktop (TP-Link TL-SF1006P)  NEW
            28,80 EUR
            #09131
            Unmanaged switch, 8x 10/100 RJ-45, PoE, desktop (TP-Link TL-SF1008LP)  NEW
            40,90 EUR
            #09132
            Unmanaged switch, 9x 10/100 RJ-45, PoE+, desktop (TP-Link TL-SF1009P)  NEW
            6,18 EUR
            #09022
            Unmanaged switch, 5x 10/100 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link LS1005)
            4,33 EUR
            #09110
            Unmanaged switch, 5x 10/100 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link Mercusys MS105)  NEW
            7,62 EUR
            #09024
            Unmanaged switch, 8x 10/100 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link LS1008)
            5,64 EUR
            #09112
            Unmanaged switch, 8x 10/100 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link Mercusys MS108)  NEW
            25,80 EUR
            #06278
            Unmanaged switch, 5x 10/100 RJ-45, PoE, desktop (TP-Link TL-SF1005P)
            7,32 EUR
            #05878
            Unmanaged switch, 5x 10/100 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link TL-SF1005D)
            9,02 EUR
            #05857
            Unmanaged switch, 8x 10/100 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link TL-SF1008D)
            30,60 EUR
            #06857
            Unmanaged switch, 8x 10/100 RJ-45, PoE, desktop (TP-Link TL-SF1008P)
            30,20 EUR
            #05881
            Unmanaged switch, 16x 10/100 RJ-45, 19" (TP-Link TL-SF1016)
            24,70 EUR
            #05889
            Unmanaged switch, 16x 10/100 RJ-45, 19" Rack-mounting Bracket (TP-Link TL-SF1016DS)
            21,10 EUR
            #05880
            Unmanaged switch, 16x 10/100 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link TL-SF1016D)
            32,30 EUR
            #08214
            Unmanaged switch, 24x 10/100 RJ-45, 11.6", 19" Rack-mounting Bracket (TP-Link TL-SF1024D)
            42,20 EUR
            #05882
            Unmanaged switch, 24x 10/100 RJ-45, 19" (TP-Link TL-SF1024)
            30,20 EUR
            #04652
            Unmanaged switch, 24x 10/100 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link TL-SF1024M)
            89,50 EUR
            #05879
            Unmanaged switch, 48x 10/100 RJ-45, 19" (TP-Link TL-SF1048)
        » FAST ETHERNET / INTELLIGENT (SMART SWITCHES)
            131,00 EUR
            #09034
            Smart switch, 16x 10/100 RJ-45, 2x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 2x SFP, PoE+ (TP-Link TL-SL1218MP)
            116,00 EUR
            #09152
            Smart switch, 16x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 2x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 1x SFP, PoE+ (TP-Link TL-SL1218P)  NEW
            177,00 EUR
            #09153
            Smart switch, 24x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 2x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 2x SFP, PoE+, 19" (TP-Link TL-SL2428P)  NEW
        » GIGABIT ETHERNET / UNMANAGED SWITCHES
            31,60 EUR
            #09133
            Unmanaged switch, 5x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, PoE+, desktop (TP-Link TL-SG1005LP)  NEW
            101,00 EUR
            #09134
            Unmanaged switch, 5x 2,5Gb/s RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link TL-SG105-M2)  NEW
            8,06 EUR
            #09111
            Unmanaged switch, 5x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link Mercusys MS105G)  NEW
            11,70 EUR
            #09023
            Unmanaged switch, 5x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link LS1005G)
            13,70 EUR
            #09026
            Unmanaged switch, 5x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link LS105G)
            12,60 EUR
            #05911
            Unmanaged switch, 5x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link TL-SG1005D)
            16,10 EUR
            #08294
            Unmanaged switch, 5x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link TL-SG105)
            18,80 EUR
            #04666
            Unmanaged switch, 5x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link TL-SG105E)
            35,10 EUR
            #06277
            Unmanaged switch, 5x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, PoE (TP-Link TL-SF1005P)
            19,90 EUR
            #09027
            Unmanaged switch, 8x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link LS108G)
            17,90 EUR
            #09025
            Unmanaged switch, 8x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link LS1008G)
            31,60 EUR
            #06416
            Unmanaged switch, 8x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 11.6", 19" Rack-mounting Bracket (TP-Link TL-SF1008)
            19,00 EUR
            #05912
            Unmanaged switch, 8x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link TL-SG1008D)
            22,90 EUR
            #08533
            Unmanaged switch, 8x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link TL-SG108)
            43,30 EUR
            #08859
            Unmanaged switch, 8x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, PoE (TP-Link TL-SF1008P)
            84,10 EUR
            #04692
            Unmanaged switch, 8x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, PoE, 11,6", 19" Rack-mounting Bracket (TP-Link TL-SF1008MP)
            154,00 EUR
            #09136
            Unmanaged switch, 8x 2,5Gb/s RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link TL-SG108-M2)  NEW
            12,60 EUR
            #09113
            Unmanaged switch, 8x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link Mercusys MS108G)  NEW
            48,10 EUR
            #08104
            Unmanaged switch, 16x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 11.6", 19" Rack-mounting Bracket (TP-Link TL-SF1016D)
            60,00 EUR
            #06267
            Unmanaged switch, 16x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 19" (TP-Link TL-SG1016)
            46,70 EUR
            #06255
            Unmanaged switch, 16x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link TL-SG116)
            64,20 EUR
            #06271
            Unmanaged switch, 16x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link TL-SG116E)
            158,00 EUR
            #09137
            Unmanaged switch, 18x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 2x SFP, PoE+ (TP-Link TL-SG1218MP)  NEW
            65,90 EUR
            #08047
            Unmanaged switch, 24x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 11.6", 19" Rack-mounting Bracket (TP-Link TL-SF1024D)
            78,70 EUR
            #06266
            Unmanaged switch, 24x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 19" (TP-Link TL-SG1024)
            166,00 EUR
            #09065
            Unmanaged switch, 24x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 2x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 2x SFP, PoE+ (TP-Link TL-SL1226P)
            184,00 EUR
            #06856
            Unmanaged switch, 48x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 19" (TP-Link TL-SF1048)
        » GIGABIT ETHERNET / INTELLIGENT (SMART SWITCHES)
            44,60 EUR
            #09135
            Smart switch, 5x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, PoE+, desktop (TP-Link TL-SG105PE)  NEW
            117,00 EUR
            #09141
            Smart switch, 8x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 2x SFP, PoE+ (TP-Link TL-SG2210MP)  NEW
            49,50 EUR
            #09139
            Smart switch, 8x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link TL-SG2008)  NEW
            75,40 EUR
            #09140
            Smart switch, 8x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, PoE+, desktop (TP-Link TL-SG2008P)  NEW
            86,50 EUR
            #09142
            Smart switch, 8x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, PoE+, desktop (TP-Link TL-SG2210P)  NEW
            26,30 EUR
            #08534
            Smart switch, 8x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link TL-SG108E)
            55,70 EUR
            #04669
            Smart switch, 8x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, PoE, desktop (TP-Link TL-SG108PE)
            49,50 EUR
            #08952
            Smart switch, 8x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link T1500G-8T (TL-SG2008))
            67,90 EUR
            #09064
            Smart switch, 9x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 1 SFP slots, PoE+, desktop (TP-Link TL-SG1210P)
            85,50 EUR
            #09143
            Smart switch, 16x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 2x SFP, 19" (TP-Link TL-SG2218)  NEW
            64,60 EUR
            #08531
            Smart switch, 16x 10/1000 RJ-45, 19" Rack-mounting Bracket (TP-Link TL-SG1016DE)
            136,00 EUR
            #06276
            Smart switch, 16x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, PoE+ (TP-Link TL-SF1016PE)
            170,00 EUR
            #09033
            Smart switch, 16x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 2x SFP, PoE+ (TP-Link TL-SG1218MPE)
            79,30 EUR
            #08532
            Smart switch, 24x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 19" Rack-mounting Bracket (TP-Link TL-SG1024DE)
            190,00 EUR
            #09144
            Smart switch, 24x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 4x SFP, PoE+, 19" (TP-Link TL-SG2428P)  NEW
            187,00 EUR
            #09138
            Smart switch, 26x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 2x SFP, PoE+ (TP-Link TL-SG1428PE)  NEW
        » GIGABIT ETHERNET / L2 MANAGED SWITCHES
            86,70 EUR
            #09145
            Managed switch, 8x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 2 slide-in SFP slot, 19" Rack-mounting Bracket (TP-Link TL-SG3210)  NEW
            387,00 EUR
            #09146
            Managed switch, 8x 100/1000/2500 RJ-45, 2 slide-in 10G SFP slot, PoE+, 19" (TP-Link TL-SG3210XHP-M2)  NEW
            86,70 EUR
            #08215
            Managed switch, 8x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 2 slide-in SFP slot, 19" Rack-mounting Bracket (TP-Link TL-SG3210)
            262,00 EUR
            #09148
            Managed switch, 24x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 4 slide-in SFP slot, PoE+, 19" (TP-Link TL-SG3428MP)  NEW
            123,00 EUR
            #09147
            Managed switch, 24x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 4 slide-in SFP slot, 19" (TP-Link TL-SG3428)  NEW
            387,00 EUR
            #09150
            Managed switch, 24x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 4 slide-in 10G SFP+ slot, PoE+, 19" (TP-Link TL-SG3428XMP)  NEW
            191,00 EUR
            #09149
            Managed switch, 24x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 4 slide-in 10G SFP+ slot, 19" (TP-Link TL-SG3428X)  NEW
            310,00 EUR
            #09151
            Managed switch, 48x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 4 slide-in SFP slot, 19" (TP-Link TL-SG3452)  NEW
    Switch modules, SFP, XFP, GBIC
        » SFP MULTIMODE & SINGLEMODE
            9,50 EUR
            #09155
            Bi-Directional Module, SFP 1x 1000 Mbps LC SM, 2 km, TX: 1310 nm (TP-Link TL-SM321B-2)  NEW
            9,50 EUR
            #09154
            Bi-Directional Module, SFP 1x 1000 Mbps LC SM, 2 km, TX: 1550 nm (TP-Link TL-SM321A-2)  NEW
            11,10 EUR
            #08536
            Module, SFP 1x 1000 Mbps LC SM, 10 km, TX: 1310 nm (TP-Link TL-SM311LS)
            15,20 EUR
            #08537
            Module, SFP 1x 1000 Mbps LC SM, 10 km, WDM, TX: 1550 nm (TP-Link TL-SM321A)
            10,10 EUR
            #08538
            Module, SFP 1x 1000 Mbps LC SM, 10 km, WDM, TX: 1550 nm (TP-Link TL-SM321B)
        » SFP+
            54,40 EUR
            #09038
            Module, SFP 1x 10G LC SM, 10 km, TX: 1310 nm (TP-Link TXM431-LR)
    Routers
        » SMB BROADBAND ROUTERS
            127,00 EUR
            #09094
            Gigabit VPN Router, 5x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, 1 SFP slots, desktop (TP-Link TL-ER7206)  NEW
            30,30 EUR
            #08374
            Load Balance Broadband Router (TP-Link TL-R470T+)
            44,80 EUR
            #06261
            SMB broadband router, 2x WAN, 3x LAN, load balancing (TP-Link TL-R480T+)
        » DSL ROUTERS
            43,30 EUR
            #09126
            Gigabit VPN Router Omada, 5x 10/100/1000 RJ-45, desktop (TP-Link TL-R605)  NEW
        » ADSL ROUTERS
            33,60 EUR
            #06248
            300Mbps Wireless N VDSL/ADSL Modem Router, USB port (TP-Link TD-W9970)
            21,60 EUR
            #06247
            Wireless N broadband ADSL2+ router, 4x LAN (TP-Link TD-W8961N)
    Network interface cards
        86,00 EUR
        #09162
        Network adapter, PCI Express, 10 Gb/s (TP-Link TX401)  NEW
        9,62 EUR
        #08914
        Network adapter, PCI Express, 32-bit, Gigabit (TP-Link TG-3468)
        8,99 EUR
        #04641
        USB 2.0 to Gigabit Ethernet Network Adapter (TP-Link UE200)
        19,20 EUR
        #04639
        USB 3.0 3-Port Hub & Gigabit Ethernet Adapter 2 in 1 USB Adapter (TP-Link UE330)
        11,00 EUR
        #04640
        USB 3.0 to Gigabit Ethernet Network Adapter (TP-Link UE300)
        11,00 EUR
        #09164
        USB 3.0 to Gigabit Ethernet Network Adapter (TP-Link UE305)  NEW
        12,90 EUR
        #09163
        USB 3.0 Type-C to Gigabit Ethernet Network Adapter (TP-Link UE300C)  NEW
    Media Converters
        » UNMANAGED MEDIA CONVERTERS, SINGLE AND MULTI MODE
            25,40 EUR
            #06424
            Gigabit media converter 10/100/1000 Mbps RJ-45/SC, SM 1310 nm, 15 km (TP-Link MC210CS)
        » WDM UNMANAGED MEDIA CONVERTERS
            17,60 EUR
            #09099
            Media converter 10/100 Mbps RJ-45/SC, SM 1310nm, 2 km, WDM (TP-Link TL-FC311B-2)  NEW
            20,60 EUR
            #06306
            Media converter 10/100 Mbps RJ-45/SC, SM 1310nm, 20 km, WDM (TP-Link MC112CS-20)
            12,40 EUR
            #09096
            Media converter 10/100 Mbps RJ-45/SC, SM 1310nm, 20 km, WDM (TP-Link TL-FC111B-20)  NEW
            19,00 EUR
            #09100
            Media converter 10/100 Mbps RJ-45/SC, SM 1310nm, 20 km, WDM (TP-Link TL-FC311B-20)  NEW
            17,60 EUR
            #09097
            Media converter 10/100 Mbps RJ-45/SC, SM 1550nm, 2 km, WDM (TP-Link TL-FC311A-2)  NEW
            20,60 EUR
            #06305
            Media converter 10/100 Mbps RJ-45/SC, SM 1550nm, 20 km, WDM (TP-Link MC111CS-20)
            12,40 EUR
            #09095
            Media converter 10/100 Mbps RJ-45/SC, SM 1550nm, 20 km, WDM (TP-Link TL-FC111A-20)  NEW
            22,80 EUR
            #09098
            Media converter 10/100 Mbps RJ-45/SC, SM 1550nm, 20 km, WDM (TP-Link TL-FC311A-20)  NEW
        » SFP MEDIA CONVERTERS
            13,90 EUR
            #06425
            Gigabit media converter 10/100/1000 Mbps RJ-45/SFP slot 1000 Mbps (TP-Link MC220L)
        » CONVERTER HOUSING AND RACKS
            160,00 EUR
            #06985
            Rack chassis for media converter, 14-port (TP-LINK TL-MC1400)
    GPON / EPON
        17,60 EUR
        #04611
        GPON Terminal, 1-Port Gigabit (TP-Link TX-6610)
    Printservers
        37,10 EUR
        #06284
        Print server, 1x 10/100 RJ-45, 1x C36 (TP-Link TL-PS110P)
    Smart home
        36,30 EUR
        #09165
        3 Mpx Outdoor Bullet Network Camera lens 4mm (TP-Link VIGI C300P-4)  NEW
        36,30 EUR
        #09166
        3 Mpx Outdoor Bullet Network Camera lens 6mm (TP-Link VIGI C300P-4)  NEW
        34,70 EUR
        #09167
        3 Mpx Outdoor Turret Network Camera lens 2.8mm (TP-Link VIGI C400P-2.8)  NEW
        34,70 EUR
        #09168
        3 Mpx Outdoor Turret Network Camera lens 4mm (TP-Link VIGI C400P-4)  NEW
        60,00 EUR
        #09169
        8 Channel Network Video Recorder (TP-Link VIGI NVR1008)  NEW
        31,70 EUR
        #09035
        FullHD Pan/Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (TP-Link Tapo C200)
        23,90 EUR
        #09066
        FullHD Wi-Fi Camera (TP-Link Tapo C100)
        22,00 EUR
        #09160
        Mini Smart Plug Wi-fi (TP-Link Tapo P100 (2-Pack))  NEW
        48,10 EUR
        #09157
        Outdoor Security Wi-Fi Camera (TP-Link Tapo C310)  NEW
        8,99 EUR
        #09158
        Smart Wi-Fi LED Bulb with Dimmable Light (TP-Link Tapo L510E)  NEW
        27,50 EUR
        #09021
        Smart Wi-Fi LED RGB Bulb with Dimmable Light (TP-Link KL130)
        11,90 EUR
        #09159
        Smart Wi-Fi LED RGB Bulb with Dimmable Light (TP-Link Tapo L530E)  NEW
        12,40 EUR
        #09036
        Wi-Fi Smart Plug (TP-Link Tapo P100)
    Other networking products
        67,40 EUR
        #09170
        1000Mbps AV1000 WiFi Powerline Adapter AC Wi-Fi Kit (TP-Link TL-WPA7517 KIT)  NEW
        » NETWORK ADAPTORS
            8,99 EUR
            #04641
            USB 2.0 to Gigabit Ethernet Network Adapter (TP-Link UE200)
            19,20 EUR
            #04639
            USB 3.0 3-Port Hub & Gigabit Ethernet Adapter 2 in 1 USB Adapter (TP-Link UE330)
            11,00 EUR
            #04640
            USB 3.0 to Gigabit Ethernet Network Adapter (TP-Link UE300)
            11,00 EUR
            #09164
            USB 3.0 to Gigabit Ethernet Network Adapter (TP-Link UE305)  NEW
            12,90 EUR
            #09163
            USB 3.0 Type-C to Gigabit Ethernet Network Adapter (TP-Link UE300C)  NEW
        » PRINTSERVERS
            35,70 EUR
            #06282
            Print server, 1x 10/100 RJ-45, 1x USB 2.0 (TP-Link TL-PS110U)
    Other computer accessories
        » POWER BANKS
            17,30 EUR
            #09028
            Power Bank, 10000mAh (TP-Link TL-PB10000)
            25,70 EUR
            #09029
            Power Bank, 10000mAh (TP-Link TL-PB10000)
        » USB HUBS
            9,89 EUR
            #04633
            USB 3.0 4-Port Hub, Portable (TP-Link UH400)
            25,20 EUR
            #04632
            USB 3.0 7-Port Hub (TP-Link UH700)
            29,70 EUR
            #04631
            USB 3.0 7-Port Hub, 2 Charging Ports (TP-Link UH720)
        » POE
            13,40 EUR
            #09031
            PoE Adapter (TP-Link TL-POE4824G)
            14,00 EUR
            #06859
            PoE injector (TP-Link TL-POE150S)
            19,20 EUR
            #07021
            PoE injector (TP-Link TL-POE200S)
            9,62 EUR
            #06860
            PoE Splitter (TP-Link TL-POE10R)
            16,50 EUR
            #09125
            PoE+ injector (TP-Link TL-POE160S)  NEW
        » OTHER ACCESSORIES
            19,10 EUR
            #04637
            Bluetooth Music Receiver (TP-Link HA100)
            3,43 EUR
            #06279
            USB cable, USB-C(M) to USB-A(F), 13.3 cm (TP-Link UC400)
            11,90 EUR
            #04636
            USB Charger, 40W, 5-Port (TP-Link UP540)
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Wireless Communication
    TP-Link
        412,00 EUR
        #09001
        11000Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Tri-band AX11000, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer AX11000)
        63,60 EUR
        #06260
        1200Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, AC1200 (TP-Link EAP225-Outdoor)
        51,20 EUR
        #06263
        1200Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, AC1200 (TP-Link EAP225-Wall)
        52,70 EUR
        #09088
        1200Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, AC1200 (TP-Link EAP230-Wall)  NEW
        55,00 EUR
        #09089
        1200Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, AC1200 (TP-Link EAP235-Wall)  NEW
        27,10 EUR
        #09009
        1200Mbps Wireless Dual Band PCI-Express AC1200 (TP-Link Archer T4E)
        30,20 EUR
        #09044
        1200Mbps Wireless Dual Band PCI-Express AC1200, Bluetooth 4.2 (TP-Link Archer T5E)
        47,70 EUR
        #04566
        1200Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dual-band AC1200 (TP-Link Archer C1200)
        22,70 EUR
        #09104
        1200Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dual-band AC1200 (TP-Link Mercusys AC12G)  NEW
        66,60 EUR
        #04610
        1200Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dualband 1200AC, ADSL2+ (TP-Link Archer VR400)
        50,50 EUR
        #09084
        1200Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dualband 1200AC, VDSL/ADSL+ (TP-Link Archer VR300)  NEW
        33,70 EUR
        #06238
        1200Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dualband AC1200 (TP-Link Archer C6)
        41,20 EUR
        #09080
        1200Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dualband AC1200 (TP-Link Archer C6U)  NEW
        28,30 EUR
        #09032
        1200Mbps Wireless Range Extender Mesh, AC1200 (TP-Link RE300)
        17,80 EUR
        #09107
        1200Mbps Wireless Range Extender, AC1200 (TP-Link Mercusys ME30)  NEW
        28,30 EUR
        #04585
        1200Mbps Wireless Range Extender, AC1200 (TP-Link RE305)
        26,00 EUR
        #04571
        1200Mbps Wireless Router Dual-band AC1200 (TP-Link Archer C50)
        22,70 EUR
        #09079
        1200Mbps Wireless Router Dual-band AC1200 (TP-Link Archer C54)  NEW
        17,90 EUR
        #09102
        1200Mbps Wireless Router Dual-band AC1200 (TP-Link Mercusys AC10)  NEW
        18,90 EUR
        #09103
        1200Mbps Wireless Router Dual-band AC1200 (TP-Link Mercusys AC12)  NEW
        33,10 EUR
        #04593
        1300Mbps Wireless Dual Band PCI-Express AC1300 (TP-Link Archer T6E)
        60,70 EUR
        #04658
        1350Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, AC1350 (TP-Link EAP225)
        40,70 EUR
        #09055
        1350Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dualband AC1350, MU-MIMO (TP-Link EC230-G1)
        64,40 EUR
        #09041
        1500Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dual-band AX1500, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer AX10)
        75,20 EUR
        #09063
        1500Mbps Wireless Range Extender, AX1500 (TP-Link RE505X)
        40,50 EUR
        #09011
        150Mbps Wireless access point, 5GHz, PoE (TP-Link CPE605)
        78,50 EUR
        #04657
        1750Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, AC1750 (TP-Link EAP245)
        92,90 EUR
        #09090
        1750Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, AC1750 (TP-Link EAP265 HD)  NEW
        63,20 EUR
        #07168
        1750Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dualband AC1750 (TP-Link Archer C7)
        59,50 EUR
        #04582
        1750Mbps Wireless Range Extender, AC1750 (TP-Link RE450)
        111,00 EUR
        #09091
        1800Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, AX1800 (TP-Link EAP620 HD)  NEW
        75,90 EUR
        #09075
        1800Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dual-band AX1800, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer AX20)  NEW
        36,60 EUR
        #09109
        1800Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dual-band AX1800, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Marcusys MR70X)  NEW
        86,00 EUR
        #09128
        1800Mbps Wireless Range Extender, AX1800 (TP-Link RE605X)  NEW
        62,40 EUR
        #09127
        1900Mbps Wireless Range Extender, AC1900 (TP-Link RE550)  NEW
        46,10 EUR
        #09042
        1900Mbps Wireless Router Dual-band AC1900 (TP-Link Archer C80)
        33,00 EUR
        #09108
        1900Mbps Wireless Router Dual-band AC1900 (TP-Link Mercusys MR50G)  NEW
        92,00 EUR
        #09045
        2100Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dualband 2100AC, ADSL, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer VR2100)
        99,60 EUR
        #04691
        2300Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dual-band AC2300, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer C2300)
        91,20 EUR
        #04690
        2533Mbps Wireless Range Extender, AC2600 (TP-Link RE650)
        46,30 EUR
        #09010
        3000Mbps Wireless Dual Band PCI-Express AX3000, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.0 (TP-Link Archer TX3000E)
        38,50 EUR
        #09083
        3000Mbps Wireless Dual Band PCI-Express AX3000, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.0 (TP-Link Archer TX50E)  NEW
        92,00 EUR
        #09002
        3000Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dual-band AX3000, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer AX50)
        41,00 EUR
        #04680
        300Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, N300 (TP-Link EAP110-Outdoor)
        24,60 EUR
        #04679
        300Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, N300 (TP-Link EAP115-Wall)
        34,00 EUR
        #08941
        300Mbps Wireless access point, 2.4GHz (TP-LINK CPE210)
        46,40 EUR
        #08940
        300Mbps Wireless access point, 5GHz (TP-LINK CPE510)
        24,70 EUR
        #04661
        300Mbps Wireless Access Point, N (TP-Link EAP110)
        28,90 EUR
        #04660
        300Mbps Wireless Access Point, N (TP-Link EAP115)
        20,50 EUR
        #04579
        300Mbps Wireless N Nano Router (TP-Link TL-WR802N)
        32,00 EUR
        #09161
        300Mbps Wireless N VDSL/ADSL Modem Router, (TP-Link TD-W9960)  NEW
        33,60 EUR
        #06248
        300Mbps Wireless N VDSL/ADSL Modem Router, USB port (TP-Link TD-W9970)
        10,60 EUR
        #09116
        300Mbps Wireless Range Extender (TP-Link Mercusys MW300RE)  NEW
        15,60 EUR
        #08541
        300Mbps Wireless Range Extender (TP-Link TL-WA850RE)
        18,20 EUR
        #04587
        300Mbps Wireless Range Extender (TP-Link TL-WA855RE)
        22,10 EUR
        #08936
        300Mbps Wireless Range Extender (TP-Link TL-WA860RE)
        177,00 EUR
        #09092
        3600Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, AX3600 (TP-Link EAP660 HD)  NEW
        51,20 EUR
        #08563
        3G Mobile Hotspot Wi-Fi (TP-Link M5350)
        115,00 EUR
        #04686
        3G/4G Wireless AC1200 Router, 1200Mbps (TP-Link Archer MR400)
        97,60 EUR
        #04604
        3G/4G Wireless AC750 Router, 750Mbps (TP-Link Archer MR200)
        65,00 EUR
        #09122
        3G/4G Wireless N Router, 300Mbps (TP-Link TL-MR100)  NEW
        73,00 EUR
        #04605
        3G/4G Wireless N Router, 300Mbps (TP-Link TL-MR6400)
        87,00 EUR
        #09123
        3G/4G Wireless N Telephony Router, 300Mbps (TP-Link TL-MR6500v)  NEW
        144,00 EUR
        #09005
        3G/4G+ Cat6 Wireless AC1200 Router, 1200Mbps (TP-Link Archer MR600)
        238,00 EUR
        #06237
        4000Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Tri-band AC4000, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer C4000)
        115,00 EUR
        #09076
        5400Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dual-band AX5400, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer AX73)  NEW
        288,00 EUR
        #09003
        6000Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dual-band AX6000, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer AX6000)
        267,00 EUR
        #09077
        6600Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Tri-band AX6600, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer AX90)  NEW
        288,00 EUR
        #09081
        6600Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Tri-band AX6600, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer GX90)  NEW
        28,20 EUR
        #06240
        750Mbps Wireless AC Nano Router (TP-Link TL-WR902AC)
        21,10 EUR
        #09062
        750Mbps Wireless Range Extender, AC750 (TP-Link RE190)
        24,40 EUR
        #08935
        750Mbps Wireless Range Extender, AC750 (TP-Link RE200)
        22,70 EUR
        #04572
        750Mbps Wireless Router Dual-band AC750 (TP-Link Archer C20)
        20,30 EUR
        #09078
        750Mbps Wireless Router Dual-band AC750 (TP-Link Archer C24)  NEW
        24,90 EUR
        #09093
        750Mbps Wireless Router Dual-band AC750 (TP-Link EC120-F5)  NEW
        57,60 EUR
        #09047
        867Mbps Wireless access point, 5GHz (TP-LINK CPE710)
        31,70 EUR
        #09013
        AC1200 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi Add-On Unit (TP-Link DECO M3W)
        21,50 EUR
        #07167
        AC1200 Wireless Dual Band USB 3.0 Adapter (TP-Link Archer T4U)
        17,40 EUR
        #09008
        AC1300 Wireless Dual Band USB 3.0 Adapter (TP-Link Archer T3U)
        24,60 EUR
        #09082
        AC1300 Wireless Dual Band USB 3.0 Adapter (TP-Link Archer T4U Plus)  NEW
        17,40 EUR
        #09043
        AC1300 Wireless High Gain Dual Band USB 3.0 Adapter (TP-Link Archer T3U Plus)
        44,50 EUR
        #04688
        AC1900 Wireless Dual Band USB 3.0 Adapter (TP-Link Archer T9UH)
        11,00 EUR
        #09006
        AC600 Wireless Dual Band USB 2.0 Adapter (TP-Link Archer T2U Nano)
        14,30 EUR
        #09007
        AC600 Wireless Dual Band USB 2.0 Adapter (TP-Link Archer T2U Plus)
        13,30 EUR
        #08939
        AC600 Wireless Dual Band USB 2.0 Adapter (TP-Link Archer T2U)
        29,50 EUR
        #04651
        CAP Wireless Controller (TP-Link AC50)
        12,70 EUR
        #07042
        Directional panel antenna 9dBi (TP-Link TL-ANT2409B)
        49,50 EUR
        #09101
        LTE Mobile Hotspot Wi-Fi (TP-Link M7000)  NEW
        52,20 EUR
        #06243
        LTE Mobile Hotspot Wi-Fi (TP-Link M7200)
        79,50 EUR
        #08942
        LTE Mobile Hotspot Wi-Fi (TP-Link M7350)
        168,00 EUR
        #04687
        LTE Mobile Hotspot Wi-Fi, 600Mbps (TP-Link M7650)
        137,00 EUR
        #06242
        LTE-Advanced Mobile Hotspot Wi-Fi (TP-Link M7450)
        8,42 EUR
        #08549
        Mini Wireless adapter N USB 2.0, 300Mbps (TP-Link TL-WN823N)
        6,66 EUR
        #09040
        Nano adapter Bluetooth 4.0 (TP-Link UB400)
        59,70 EUR
        #06257
        Omada Cloud Controller (TP-Link OC200)
        144,00 EUR
        #09124
        Omada Cloud Controller (TP-Link OC300)  NEW
        33,20 EUR
        #08519
        Outdoor Panel antenna 23dBi (TP-Link TL-ANT5823B)
        19,20 EUR
        #08365
        Portable 3G/4G Wireless N Router (TP-Link TL-MR3020)
        40,10 EUR
        #09048
        Router Mesh Deco E4 1-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link DECO E4(1-Pack))
        66,70 EUR
        #09012
        Router Mesh Deco E4 2-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link DECO E4(2-Pack))
        98,90 EUR
        #09049
        Router Mesh Deco E4 3-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link DECO E4(3-Pack))
        66,70 EUR
        #09050
        Router Mesh Deco M3 2-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link DECO M3(2-Pack))
        54,10 EUR
        #09014
        Router Mesh Deco M4 1-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link DECO M4(1-Pack))
        96,60 EUR
        #09015
        Router Mesh Deco M4 2-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link DECO M4(2-Pack))
        138,00 EUR
        #09016
        Router Mesh Deco M4 3-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link DECO M4(3-Pack))
        86,50 EUR
        #06236
        Router Mesh Deco M5 1-pack (TP-Link DECO M5)
        200,00 EUR
        #06235
        Router Mesh Deco M5 3-pack (TP-Link DECO M5)
        256,00 EUR
        #09017
        Router Mesh Deco M9 Plus 2-pack, AC2200 (TP-Link DECO M9 Plus(2-Pack))
        181,00 EUR
        #09018
        Router Mesh Deco P9 2-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link DECO P9(2-Pack))
        256,00 EUR
        #09019
        Router Mesh Deco P9 3-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link DECO P9(3-Pack))
        245,00 EUR
        #09085
        Router Mesh Deco X20 2-pack, AX1800 (TP-Link DECO X20(2-Pack))  NEW
        350,00 EUR
        #09053
        Router Mesh Deco X20 3-pack, AX1800 (TP-Link DECO X20(3-Pack))
        301,00 EUR
        #09086
        Router Mesh Deco X60 2-pack, AX3000 (TP-Link DECO X60(2-Pack))  NEW
        437,00 EUR
        #09054
        Router Mesh Deco X60 3-pack, AX3000 (TP-Link DECO X60(3-Pack))
        550,00 EUR
        #09087
        Router Mesh Deco X90 2-pack, AX6600 (TP-Link DECO X90(2-Pack))  NEW
        38,20 EUR
        #09105
        Router Mesh Halo S12 2-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link Mercusys Halo S12(2-pack))  NEW
        57,40 EUR
        #09106
        Router Mesh Halo S12 3-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link Mercusys Halo S12(3-pack))  NEW
        7,63 EUR
        #09117
        Wireless adapter Lite N USB 2.0 High Gain (TP-Link Mercusys MW300UH)  NEW
        8,42 EUR
        #07054
        Wireless adapter Lite N USB 2.0 High Gain (TP-Link TL-WN722N)
        11,00 EUR
        #08424
        Wireless adapter Lite N USB 2.0 High Gain (TP-Link TL-WN822N)
        8,24 EUR
        #06433
        Wireless adapter N USB 2.0 (TP-Link TL-WN821N)
        5,88 EUR
        #08463
        Wireless adapter N USB NANO 2.0 (TP-Link TL-WN725N)
        20,50 EUR
        #07019
        Wireless N Access Point (TP-Link TL-WA801ND)
        31,50 EUR
        #07032
        Wireless N Access Point (TP-Link TL-WA901N)
        47,70 EUR
        #09069
        Wireless N Access Point AC1200(TP-Link TL-WA1201)
        13,90 EUR
        #09115
        Wireless N broadband ADSL2+ router, 3x LAN (TP-Link Mercusys MW300D)  NEW
        21,60 EUR
        #06247
        Wireless N broadband ADSL2+ router, 4x LAN (TP-Link TD-W8961N)
        8,54 EUR
        #06431
        Wireless N PCMCIA adaptor (TP-Link TL-WN811N)
        8,78 EUR
        #06427
        Wireless N PCMCIA adaptor (TP-Link TL-WN910N)
        8,28 EUR
        #09119
        Wireless N router (TP-Link Mercusys MW302R)  NEW
        8,97 EUR
        #09120
        Wireless N router (TP-Link Mercusys MW305R)  NEW
        10,50 EUR
        #09121
        Wireless N router (TP-Link Mercusys MW325R)  NEW
        24,50 EUR
        #07114
        Wireless N router (TP-Link TL-MR3420)
        10,90 EUR
        #09071
        Wireless N router (TP-Link TL-WR820N)
        16,20 EUR
        #07058
        Wireless N router (TP-Link TL-WR841N)
        13,50 EUR
        #09072
        Wireless N router (TP-Link TL-WR844N)
        17,60 EUR
        #09073
        Wireless N router (TP-Link TL-WR850N)
        19,50 EUR
        #08143
        Wireless N router (TP-Link TL-WR940N)
        2,93 EUR
        #07051
        Wireless PCI adaptor (TP-Link TL-WN350G)
        2,93 EUR
        #06258
        Wireless PCI adaptor (TP-Link TL-WN353G)
        3,90 EUR
        #05470
        Wireless PCI adaptor (TP-Link TL-WN551G)
        9,47 EUR
        #08464
        Wireless PCI Express N adaptor (TP-Link TL-WN781ND)
        13,20 EUR
        #08552
        Wireless PCI-Express N adaptor, 300Mbps (TP-Link TL-WN881ND)
        2,93 EUR
        #06847
        Wireless PCMCIA adaptor (TP-Link TL-WN310G)
    Standard AC
        » WIRELESS ADAPTERS
            27,10 EUR
            #09009
            1200Mbps Wireless Dual Band PCI-Express AC1200 (TP-Link Archer T4E)
            30,20 EUR
            #09044
            1200Mbps Wireless Dual Band PCI-Express AC1200, Bluetooth 4.2 (TP-Link Archer T5E)
            33,10 EUR
            #04593
            1300Mbps Wireless Dual Band PCI-Express AC1300 (TP-Link Archer T6E)
            46,30 EUR
            #09010
            3000Mbps Wireless Dual Band PCI-Express AX3000, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.0 (TP-Link Archer TX3000E)
            38,50 EUR
            #09083
            3000Mbps Wireless Dual Band PCI-Express AX3000, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.0 (TP-Link Archer TX50E)  NEW
            21,50 EUR
            #07167
            AC1200 Wireless Dual Band USB 3.0 Adapter (TP-Link Archer T4U)
            17,40 EUR
            #09008
            AC1300 Wireless Dual Band USB 3.0 Adapter (TP-Link Archer T3U)
            24,60 EUR
            #09082
            AC1300 Wireless Dual Band USB 3.0 Adapter (TP-Link Archer T4U Plus)  NEW
            17,40 EUR
            #09043
            AC1300 Wireless High Gain Dual Band USB 3.0 Adapter (TP-Link Archer T3U Plus)
            44,50 EUR
            #04688
            AC1900 Wireless Dual Band USB 3.0 Adapter (TP-Link Archer T9UH)
            11,00 EUR
            #09006
            AC600 Wireless Dual Band USB 2.0 Adapter (TP-Link Archer T2U Nano)
            14,30 EUR
            #09007
            AC600 Wireless Dual Band USB 2.0 Adapter (TP-Link Archer T2U Plus)
            13,30 EUR
            #08939
            AC600 Wireless Dual Band USB 2.0 Adapter (TP-Link Archer T2U)
            8,41 EUR
            #09114
            AC650 Wireless Dual Band USB 2.0 Adapter (TP-Link Mercusys MU6H)  NEW
        » WIRELESS ACCESS POINTS
            63,60 EUR
            #06260
            1200Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, AC1200 (TP-Link EAP225-Outdoor)
            51,20 EUR
            #06263
            1200Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, AC1200 (TP-Link EAP225-Wall)
            52,70 EUR
            #09088
            1200Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, AC1200 (TP-Link EAP230-Wall)  NEW
            55,00 EUR
            #09089
            1200Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, AC1200 (TP-Link EAP235-Wall)  NEW
            60,70 EUR
            #04658
            1350Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, AC1350 (TP-Link EAP225)
            78,50 EUR
            #04657
            1750Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, AC1750 (TP-Link EAP245)
            92,90 EUR
            #09090
            1750Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, AC1750 (TP-Link EAP265 HD)  NEW
            111,00 EUR
            #09091
            1800Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, AX1800 (TP-Link EAP620 HD)  NEW
            177,00 EUR
            #09092
            3600Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, AX3600 (TP-Link EAP660 HD)  NEW
            47,70 EUR
            #09069
            Wireless N Access Point AC1200(TP-Link TL-WA1201)
        » WIRELESS ROUTERS
            412,00 EUR
            #09001
            11000Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Tri-band AX11000, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer AX11000)
            47,70 EUR
            #04566
            1200Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dual-band AC1200 (TP-Link Archer C1200)
            22,70 EUR
            #09104
            1200Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dual-band AC1200 (TP-Link Mercusys AC12G)  NEW
            66,60 EUR
            #04610
            1200Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dualband 1200AC, ADSL2+ (TP-Link Archer VR400)
            50,50 EUR
            #09084
            1200Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dualband 1200AC, VDSL/ADSL+ (TP-Link Archer VR300)  NEW
            33,70 EUR
            #06238
            1200Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dualband AC1200 (TP-Link Archer C6)
            41,20 EUR
            #09080
            1200Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dualband AC1200 (TP-Link Archer C6U)  NEW
            26,00 EUR
            #04571
            1200Mbps Wireless Router Dual-band AC1200 (TP-Link Archer C50)
            22,70 EUR
            #09079
            1200Mbps Wireless Router Dual-band AC1200 (TP-Link Archer C54)  NEW
            17,90 EUR
            #09102
            1200Mbps Wireless Router Dual-band AC1200 (TP-Link Mercusys AC10)  NEW
            18,90 EUR
            #09103
            1200Mbps Wireless Router Dual-band AC1200 (TP-Link Mercusys AC12)  NEW
            40,70 EUR
            #09055
            1350Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dualband AC1350, MU-MIMO (TP-Link EC230-G1)
            64,40 EUR
            #09041
            1500Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dual-band AX1500, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer AX10)
            63,20 EUR
            #07168
            1750Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dualband AC1750 (TP-Link Archer C7)
            75,90 EUR
            #09075
            1800Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dual-band AX1800, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer AX20)  NEW
            36,60 EUR
            #09109
            1800Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dual-band AX1800, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Marcusys MR70X)  NEW
            46,10 EUR
            #09042
            1900Mbps Wireless Router Dual-band AC1900 (TP-Link Archer C80)
            33,00 EUR
            #09108
            1900Mbps Wireless Router Dual-band AC1900 (TP-Link Mercusys MR50G)  NEW
            92,00 EUR
            #09045
            2100Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dualband 2100AC, ADSL, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer VR2100)
            99,60 EUR
            #04691
            2300Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dual-band AC2300, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer C2300)
            92,00 EUR
            #09002
            3000Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dual-band AX3000, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer AX50)
            115,00 EUR
            #04686
            3G/4G Wireless AC1200 Router, 1200Mbps (TP-Link Archer MR400)
            97,60 EUR
            #04604
            3G/4G Wireless AC750 Router, 750Mbps (TP-Link Archer MR200)
            144,00 EUR
            #09005
            3G/4G+ Cat6 Wireless AC1200 Router, 1200Mbps (TP-Link Archer MR600)
            238,00 EUR
            #06237
            4000Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Tri-band AC4000, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer C4000)
            115,00 EUR
            #09076
            5400Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dual-band AX5400, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer AX73)  NEW
            288,00 EUR
            #09003
            6000Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Dual-band AX6000, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer AX6000)
            267,00 EUR
            #09077
            6600Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Tri-band AX6600, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer AX90)  NEW
            288,00 EUR
            #09081
            6600Mbps Wireless Gigabit Router Tri-band AX6600, MU-MIMO (TP-Link Archer GX90)  NEW
            28,20 EUR
            #06240
            750Mbps Wireless AC Nano Router (TP-Link TL-WR902AC)
            22,70 EUR
            #04572
            750Mbps Wireless Router Dual-band AC750 (TP-Link Archer C20)
            20,30 EUR
            #09078
            750Mbps Wireless Router Dual-band AC750 (TP-Link Archer C24)  NEW
            24,90 EUR
            #09093
            750Mbps Wireless Router Dual-band AC750 (TP-Link EC120-F5)  NEW
        » WIRELESS RANGE EXTENDERS
            28,30 EUR
            #09032
            1200Mbps Wireless Range Extender Mesh, AC1200 (TP-Link RE300)
            17,80 EUR
            #09107
            1200Mbps Wireless Range Extender, AC1200 (TP-Link Mercusys ME30)  NEW
            28,30 EUR
            #04585
            1200Mbps Wireless Range Extender, AC1200 (TP-Link RE305)
            75,20 EUR
            #09063
            1500Mbps Wireless Range Extender, AX1500 (TP-Link RE505X)
            59,50 EUR
            #04582
            1750Mbps Wireless Range Extender, AC1750 (TP-Link RE450)
            86,00 EUR
            #09128
            1800Mbps Wireless Range Extender, AX1800 (TP-Link RE605X)  NEW
            62,40 EUR
            #09127
            1900Mbps Wireless Range Extender, AC1900 (TP-Link RE550)  NEW
            91,20 EUR
            #04690
            2533Mbps Wireless Range Extender, AC2600 (TP-Link RE650)
            21,10 EUR
            #09062
            750Mbps Wireless Range Extender, AC750 (TP-Link RE190)
            24,40 EUR
            #08935
            750Mbps Wireless Range Extender, AC750 (TP-Link RE200)
    Standard N
        57,60 EUR
        #09047
        867Mbps Wireless access point, 5GHz (TP-LINK CPE710)
        31,70 EUR
        #09013
        AC1200 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi Add-On Unit (TP-Link DECO M3W)
        40,10 EUR
        #09048
        Router Mesh Deco E4 1-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link DECO E4(1-Pack))
        66,70 EUR
        #09012
        Router Mesh Deco E4 2-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link DECO E4(2-Pack))
        98,90 EUR
        #09049
        Router Mesh Deco E4 3-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link DECO E4(3-Pack))
        66,70 EUR
        #09050
        Router Mesh Deco M3 2-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link DECO M3(2-Pack))
        54,10 EUR
        #09014
        Router Mesh Deco M4 1-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link DECO M4(1-Pack))
        96,60 EUR
        #09015
        Router Mesh Deco M4 2-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link DECO M4(2-Pack))
        138,00 EUR
        #09016
        Router Mesh Deco M4 3-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link DECO M4(3-Pack))
        142,00 EUR
        #09051
        Router Mesh Deco M5 2-pack (TP-Link DECO M5(2-Pack))
        256,00 EUR
        #09017
        Router Mesh Deco M9 Plus 2-pack, AC2200 (TP-Link DECO M9 Plus(2-Pack))
        376,00 EUR
        #09074
        Router Mesh Deco M9 Plus 3-pack (TP-Link DECO M9 Plus(3-Pack))
        181,00 EUR
        #09018
        Router Mesh Deco P9 2-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link DECO P9(2-Pack))
        256,00 EUR
        #09019
        Router Mesh Deco P9 3-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link DECO P9(3-Pack))
        245,00 EUR
        #09085
        Router Mesh Deco X20 2-pack, AX1800 (TP-Link DECO X20(2-Pack))  NEW
        350,00 EUR
        #09053
        Router Mesh Deco X20 3-pack, AX1800 (TP-Link DECO X20(3-Pack))
        301,00 EUR
        #09086
        Router Mesh Deco X60 2-pack, AX3000 (TP-Link DECO X60(2-Pack))  NEW
        437,00 EUR
        #09054
        Router Mesh Deco X60 3-pack, AX3000 (TP-Link DECO X60(3-Pack))
        550,00 EUR
        #09087
        Router Mesh Deco X90 2-pack, AX6600 (TP-Link DECO X90(2-Pack))  NEW
        38,20 EUR
        #09105
        Router Mesh Halo S12 2-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link Mercusys Halo S12(2-pack))  NEW
        57,40 EUR
        #09106
        Router Mesh Halo S12 3-pack, AC1200 (TP-Link Mercusys Halo S12(3-pack))  NEW
        » MOBILE HOTSPOTS
            51,20 EUR
            #08563
            3G Mobile Hotspot Wi-Fi (TP-Link M5350)
            49,50 EUR
            #09101
            LTE Mobile Hotspot Wi-Fi (TP-Link M7000)  NEW
            52,20 EUR
            #06243
            LTE Mobile Hotspot Wi-Fi (TP-Link M7200)
            79,50 EUR
            #08942
            LTE Mobile Hotspot Wi-Fi (TP-Link M7350)
            168,00 EUR
            #04687
            LTE Mobile Hotspot Wi-Fi, 600Mbps (TP-Link M7650)
            137,00 EUR
            #06242
            LTE-Advanced Mobile Hotspot Wi-Fi (TP-Link M7450)
        » WIRELESS ACCESS POINTS
            40,50 EUR
            #09011
            150Mbps Wireless access point, 5GHz, PoE (TP-Link CPE605)
            41,00 EUR
            #04680
            300Mbps Outdoor Wireless Access Point, N300 (TP-Link EAP110-Outdoor)
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All you need to Know Biometric Access Control Systems and installation

06/25/2021 5:30

No two people share the same fingerprint. So, what better way to manage access permissions than with that individually unique feature. Utilizing biometric fingerprints for access control allows a business to create a safe and secure workplace with regulated access to specific areas of a facility.

What Is Biometric Access Control?

Every person is unique, and every individual can be identified by their intrinsic physical traits. Biometric technology can recognize someone based on their special features: facial structure, fingerprint, iris pattern, etc. This technology can then implement a safe and convenient method for certification purposes.

Biometrics is the statistical analysis and measurement of a person’s behavioral and physical characteristics. Biometrics is a science that is based on specific mathematics. By using measuring procedures to make sense of someone’s identity, biometrics is a trustworthy mechanism for access control systems.

How Is Biometrics Access Control Used In A Security System? 

Access control systems with biometric integrations, such as fingerprint access control systems, offer a superior security level than different access control systems such as passwords or cards. This is because biometric readers identify individuals, not cards, codes, or fobs. Previously, maximum-security institutions were the only places able to install these systems. However, the cost of biometric access control systems has become equivalent to classic keycard-based access control systems. 

Biometric access control systems use biometric scanners to provide authentication. Essentially, biometric access control uses biological data to deny or grant access to a facility’s entrance. What physical traits and biological data are we talking about exactly? The most commonly used biometric access control systems are fingerprint readers, retina, and iris scanners. These forms of access control are rather sophisticated compared to other methods and give an extremely high level of security. Cards and other devices offer significant advantages compared to keys. However, they can be lost or stolen by people. Biometric access control systems, however, rely on the physical, unique characteristics of each user. 

The history log is most commonly used for biometric access control systems, like a fingerprint access control system. Possessing the ability to identify when/who has entered a controlled area is a very well-received feature by consumers. Unlike some security systems that rely on keys, a biometric access control system records their date and time of access. Therefore, they can be held accountable for their actions because a log was kept. When someone wishes to enter a door that is controlled, the access control system searches a database and establishes whether the person can access the door or not. If they are granted access, the system records that date and time of entry with the person’s identity for the future.

Biometric access control systems have refashioned the way businesses limit entry to secure different areas in a building. Relying on cards, passwords, keys, or similar devices can be a problem for companies as they can be copied easily, hacked, or stolen a long time before someone can notice that something is wrong. Like fingerprint access control, access control systems provide many benefits since they use many methods: passwords, smart cards, etc. These access control systems are sure to improve your facility’s security.

Why Are Biometrics Used For Security?

Biometrics is the analysis of biological information using technology. This information typically relates specifically to physical traits that an individual might have. Classic access systems have a severe vulnerability: data and objects can be stolen or shared, allowing someone to access sensitive information or gain access to the facility if they were to get a hold of them. This may or may not be an issue depending on how much security is required in each individual’s facility. For example, several different coffee shops use a keypad on their bathroom doors with a passcode printed on their receipt for visitors to only have access to the bathroom, only if they are paying customers.

Most systems will use a short, four-digit code. Putting aside whether or not this is good or bad customer service, in this case, protecting a lock on a public bathroom doesn’t require an immense amount of protection, so a keypad is perfect. However, a system of that sort is wrong for anything requiring a more severe level of security. The issue that arises with passcodes is that, since they are simply information, they can be easily shared and distributed to many people, even if they aren’t authorized. Physical access items such as keys, fobs, and ID cards pose a risk as well. They can be easily stolen or lost, allowing anyone with access to them to access the facility, which is the last thing any business owner wants. 

However, with biometrics, those problems are eliminated. Since every individual has a unique biometric code that you can’t lose, it’s nearly impossible for anyone other than the individual to access it.

More Accountability

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Knowing what your employees are doing while they are on the clock is always a good idea. Biometrics help to improve accountability, especially if you have employees working nights and weekends. With better, more accurate information about every entrance and exit, the proof is backed by data that is easier to configure, analyze, and report. Keeping an eye on entrances and exits is one thing; however, having even more information is very useful, especially when you want to be sure that your employees, staff, and everyone in the facility is safe.

Identification & Authentication

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Using codes and passwords is ordinary but too universal. Essentially, anyone with an access card or code can access your facility (depending on the type of access control permissions that has been put into place). However, biometric security refers to the biological passcodes that cannot be forged, ensuring the individual’s accurate identification. Facial and iris recognition are becoming more popular and are becoming integrated into the security process. Scanning these biometric credentials is quick and straightforward.

High Efficiency

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Companies demand efficient security systems and want them to be the best of the best. When biometric security is implemented, it can allow your business to run much more smoothly. Biometric systems enhance safety and increase efficiency to manage critical functions, like attendance tracking for payroll. It is also helpful for employees since they don’t need to worry about carrying a card, key fob, etc.

Convenience

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One advantage of a biometric system is convenience. Biometric security gives a layer of protection in bypassing traditional passwords that allow employees to access areas and info that they need to finish their jobs. The need to reset passwords is also eliminated. After the biometric test is activated and fingerprints, iris, and facial recognition are logged, employees are all set. It is even convenient to log data and accordingly audit it.

Dual-Authentication

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Dual authentication in access control security systems requires a credential holder representing two forms of authentication. It can be an RFID card, mobile credential (through a smartphone), key fob, or pin-code as the “first” credential offered. Then, the employee will have to double down with a retina eye scan, facial recognition, or fingerprint, validating that they are the same individual who has access to this specific entry point. Dual-Authentication should be used in high-security applications where limiting access to specific personnel is critical to the business operations.  

Growth Capacity

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While companies evolve, it’s essential for security systems to grow with them. Even if you are a small business owner without many resources, biometric technology can be incredibly beneficial for growth. One significant advantage of biometric authentication is the ability to scale. These systems are very flexible and can accept additional employee’s data easily. Scalability becomes a lot easier to manage for all stakeholders involved.

Lower Costs

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After the biometric system is integrated, there becomes no need to invest in any additional capital. This lowers upfront and ongoing investment costs significantly. Systems like these are also crucial in preventing loss due to illegal entries and fraud. That feature alone saves money, all while driving profitability.

User Friendly

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Biometrics has rapidly become an integral part of security infrastructure and multi-factor authentication. It provides quick and straightforward verification, audit logs, and analysis. These systems are proving themselves as critical as the industry continues to scale and gets more complex. Even more significant things in biometric security should be expected in the years to come.

The Benefits Of Biometric Access Control Systems

There are several benefits of biometric access control systems.

Difficult to Duplicate

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Since biometrics uses someone’s biology to verify their identity, it’s challenging to be taken or used by anyone other than the intended user. Classic access control items like keycards can so easily be lost or duplicated. However, biometrics are much harder to crack since biometric systems use liveness tests to ensure that the data comes from an actual human and not a fake source.

Easy Permission Management

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Admins can grant or revoke access directly from their console dashboard, ensuring that only the people granted access would proceed.

Convenience

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Biometric access control systems are incredibly convenient because they allow authorized users to access the facility with nothing but themselves. Their credentials can’t be forgotten or lost.

Easy Access

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An individual’s fingerprint biometric ID is always at hand (no pun intended), so no longer are the days of searching for that card or key fob in your wallet or purse. Your hand is now your ID.

Efficiency

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Most biometric systems can identify users in less than a second, eliminating the delays caused by identity checks, PINS, or passwords.

Reduced Costs

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Biometric access control systems save companies money by eliminating the need for security staff to man access points. Staffing a facility with several security workers can get extremely expensive.

Zero Replacement Costs

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Access control systems that use physical items, like fobs and keycards, often include hidden costs such as replacements. Employees losing or breaking fobs and keycards could frequently occur, especially if the facility is large.

Protects Expensive Equipment

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A potential security breach far outweighs the costs of the access control system. In certain facilities such as manufacturing, the use of heavy machinery by unauthorized people could lead to substantial repair costs and possibly detrimental results.

Types Of Biometrics Used For Acess Control

There are different types of biometrics for unlocking access to your facility.

Fingerprint

Fingerprint access control is an excellent option for companies to put into place, as these systems are difficult to hack. No password or any data is required to be inputted into the system. Instead, fingerprint access control fully utilizes biometric technology. Biometric access control fingerprint readers will scan a person and match their data with what is previously stored in the database. If the info matches, the individual then can access the secured area or resources.

When fingerprints were first used for criminal investigations in the early 1900s, they were compared slowly by hand. You’d take a fingerprint from a crime scene and another from the suspect and simply compare them under a magnifying glass. So, how can a computer compare fingerprints? Each print is analyzed for specific features called minutiae, which is where the lines in your fingerprint split in two.

The computer measures the distances and angles between them and uses an algorithm to turn the information into a numeric code. Comparing fingerprints then is just a matter of comparing their unique codes. If the codes match, the prints match, and the person can gain access.

Iris Scan

Retinal scanning is one of the most well-known biometric technologies. Retinal scans map out the unique patterns of a person’s retina. The retina’s blood vessels absorb light more easily than the surrounding tissues and are easily identified with applicable lighting.

A retinal scan is performed by casting an unperceived beam of low-energy, infrared light into someone’s eye as they look into the scanner. The light beam then traces a standardized path on the retina. After the scanner device captures a retinal image, the software compiles retinal blood vessels’ unique features into a template.

Retinal scan algorithms require a high-quality image and won’t allow a user to enroll or verify until the system can capture an image of excellent quality. The retina template is usually one of the smallest of any biometric technology.

Facial Recognition

Facial recognition software compares the face presented at the point of access to a database of authorized persons to determine a match. If there is a match, access will be granted, and if there is no match, access is denied. Facial recognition compares faces and determines whether there is a match between the presented face and authorized people’s database.

In the majority of cases, the software does not store actual facial images in that database. Instead, it converts facial images into a faceprint at the time of enrollment into the database. It’s important to note that the faceprints can’t be reverse-engineered into the original image. Even if the faceprints are stolen or hacked into, they can’t be tied to a specific individual without using the initial software that created those faceprints.

What Types of Industries Use Biometric Access Control?

Biometric identification is widely used in many industries. Some of them are listed below:

Cannabis

Biometric access control is gaining popularity in the cannabis industry. Cannabis tech companies have even developed a biometric marijuana vending machine. These machines verify the age and legal status of a consumer. On the operational side, safe manufacturers have created biometric locking mechanisms on their safes. These locking systems use biometric authentication to protect a cannabis company’s assets and inventories from unauthorized persons.

Biometric identification technology is the most practical and proactive approach for internal controls in growing areas. This system allows employees and staff to move around the facility while providing restricted partitioned access to the facility’s high-security areas like labs, secured storage, and cash storage. Biometrics access control systems offer tracking options to track trips from the grow farms to the dispensaries. Fingerprint biometric authentication can also provide mobile tracking options and audits for the cannabis product being shipped with transport vehicles.

Starters and retail operations, like dispensaries, can store a large amount of cash on hand, as well as vast inventories of cannabis. Therefore, cannabis owners must implement biometric access control systems for their facilities as a proactive measure against criminal activities and stay ahead of compliance standards.

Financial & Banking

With the increase of digitization in banking services, banks have adopted strict employee identification protocols to prevent criminal activities. Biometric identification technology has become an integral part of the financial security. Biometric technology provides a robust authentication platform for securing ATMs, online transactions, and much more. Banking sectors have implemented biometric access control to authenticate employees and bank customers through secured authenticated access. The system is a much easier, faster, and reliable way of authorization in banks. There is no doubt that biometrics such as fingerprint, iris scan, voice recognition, and facial recognition offer more enhanced security than traditional PIN and password authentication. Biometrics in banking provides secure online and mobile banking, protection against insider fraud, faster customer care service, and much more.

Logistics

Biometric access control is solely a niche solution for protecting areas such as warehouses and storage rooms. Biometrics remains the most convenient and secure way of entering a facility without hassle. Border control uses biometric integrated identity cards and e-passports.

Airports & Transportation

The airport and transportation industries have highly benefited from the implementation of biometric technology. Facial matching and facial identification techniques play a critical role in enhancing checkpoints’ security by replacing the current manual ID verification procedures. Fingerprint scanners can be added at sensitive areas such as jetway doors, hatches to the roof, etc. Rooms with baggage belts leading out to aircraft are now protected with a three-factor authorization system – an ID badge, a pin code, and who you are via biometric ID. This prevents unauthorized people from entering the airport and other transportation areas. International travel and trade can also be protected from criminal acts.

Elements Of A Biometric Access Control Solution

Biometric Reader

Biometric readers identify the person by comparing specific attributes of their physiological being or behavioral traits against a sample database.

Door Controller

Door controllers are a centralized part of the access control system that connects all the software, readers, and locks. In layman’s terms, it’s the component that combines everything in the security system.

Electronic / Wireless Locks

Electronic or wireless locks are a credential or locking device which operates using electric current, wires, or batteries. They are connected to the access control systems for key controls to manage each user’s access levels. Every access attempt is record and gets stored in the system. They can also be remotely monitored and controlled.

Control Software

Control software manages the access of each user. It is the process of physical storage in a standard software library that enables authenticated access to the user entering the property.

Alternative Access Control Solutions

There are many alternatives to access control solutions. Some of them are:

Key-Based Access Control

Key-based access control is an authentication process to confirm the user’s identity by using asymmetric cryptography algorithms with public and private keys. The concept is to assign asymmetric keys to individual users. Users can store their public keys in each system, while their private keys would be kept secured in the computers. While establishing a connection, the server would use the public key to authorize the user by encrypting a number and asking the user to decrypt it using their corresponding private key.

Touchless Access Control Solutions

Touchless access control systems provide hands-free solutions to protect the organization from the spread of germs and allow easy entry into the facility. During pandemic situations, it’s highly essential to stay protected by not touching shared objects. This solution has gained even more popularity due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The system enables easy entry either by waving a hand in front of the reader, unlocking by mobile app or Bluetooth, and utilizing facial recognition techniques.

Password & Knowledge-Based Access Control

Password-based access control is one of the most popular access control methods. It is the easiest way to gain access to the facility by just entering a pin or password into the reader. However, the system’s disadvantage is that passwords may eventually be revealed and lead to severe organizational issues. Therefore, it’s essential to protect your facility with enhanced security methods like touchless access control or key-based access control.

Knowledge-based access control is a system that allows entry based on a secret question that the user might have set previously. If the user can answer the question correctly, they will gain access to the facility.

Biometric System Installation Considerations

It’s essential to consider the factors below before installing a biometric access control system in your facility.

  • Conduct an audit of your current infrastructure. Conduct an onsite audit to check on the existing infrastructure and see how well it matches up against your current security policies.
  • Which biometric modality is best for your business? The most common biometric modalities are fingerprint, facial recognition, iris, palm vein, and finger vein.
  • Multimodal Biometric vs. Unimodal Biometric Systems. It’s essential to keep in mind that you should never rely on one form of security. It is wiser to have multiple layers of protection. Make sure the systems are compatible with the existing security systems before installation.
  • Biometric Hardware. There are various forms of biometric hardware available in the market; choosing the right product that meets your business’s needs is essential.
  • Consider the Return of Investment (ROI). If you have decided to implement a biometric system, you must understand the Return on Investment (ROI). For example, if you have to deploy five fingerprint scanners at five different access points, first consider deploying only one fingerprint scanner at one central point for a short time. Using this approach, you can quantify your ROI if you want to do a system-wide deployment.

In conclusion, biometric systems have become popular for many reasons. Classically, there is a convenience tradeoff when switching to more secure technology; however, biometric technology is one of the few examples in security where an upgrade increases convenience. When it comes to access control systems, you can’t go wrong with biometrics!

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Benefits of a Biometric Access Control System

06/25/2021 5:25

Biometric access control uses a person’s physical characteristics to confirm their identity.  Common biometric methods include:

  • Hand features: including fingerprints, palm, and hand shape
  • Eye scan
  • Facial recognition
  • Behaviour: including voice or signature

There have been incredible advancements in the field of biometrics over the past twenty years.  As a result, biometric technology continues to become more reliable and cost-effective.

The Benefits of Biometrics

The detailed identification management provided by biometrics allow it to offer many benefits over traditional access control devices.  Here are four benefits of biometrics.

1. Ensure Proper Identification

Unlike proximity cards or PIN numbers, a person’s biometric features cannot be transferred, meaning the approved user must be physically present at the point of identification in order to gain access.

2. Audit Trail

Because biometrics provide more accuracy when identifying a user, a system administrator will easily be able to connect a user to a specific action.  This audit trail is helpful in the event of an actual security event or security breach.

3. User Friendly

Once a biometrics system is installed and the applicable staff have been trained, it is very reliable and easy to maintain.  To ensure proper functionality, it is important that the biometric devices are kept clean.  Additionally, the system is user-friendly because there are no passwords to remember or access cards to keep track of.

4. Security

The biggest advantage of biometrics is the increased security for your building.  A user’s physical characteristics are much more secure that an access card or password, which creates a safer facility.  Additionally, today’s biometric access control systems are very advanced, and can offer you a scalable solution that can grow with the ever-changing needs of your business.

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COVID-19 and the telecommunications industry

06/24/2021 8:08

The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is causing widespread concern and economic hardship for consumers, businesses and communities across the globe. The situation is changing quickly with widespread impacts. We’ve prepared some general guidance onCOVID-19: What US business leaders should know: crisis management and response, workforce, operations and supply chain, financial reporting, tax and trade, and strategy and brand.

Most companies already have business continuity plans, but those may not fully address the fast-moving and unknown variables of an outbreak like COVID-19. Typical contingency plans ensure operational effectiveness following events like natural disasters, cyber incidents and power outages, among others. They don’t generally take into account the widespread quarantines, extended school closures and added travel restrictions that may occur in the case of a health emergency.

The crisis raises a number of unique challenges. In PwC’s inaugural COVID-19 CFO Pulse Survey, finance leaders in the United States and Mexico shared their top concerns. 

What makes the telecommunications industry different

Here is our take on some issues companies in your industry may face:

Crisis management and response

Possible issues

The ongoing shift to remote work will drive demand for networking infrastructure and connectivity. However, the demand could also strain the system and lead to public perception issues if reality doesn’t meet expectations.

The raft of industry event cancellations means fewer business development opportunities via sponsorships and networking.

Cancelled domestic and global business travel results in a sharp increase in mobile communications. 

Steps to consider:

  • Proactive, data-driven crisis response can shape stakeholder attitudes far into the future. Acknowledge the crisis and delineate your COVID-19 response plan from normal business activities.
  • Stand up a situation room to coordinate responses to stakeholders.
  • Appoint a central, accountable leader, supported by a cross-functional team to manage this continually evolving crisis.
  • Iterate quickly through your plan. Speed to action is critical, as is the ability to pivot. Review items such as insurance coverage, systems capabilities for remote workers and cyber readiness.
  • Take steps to provide continued delivery of critical national infrastructure and fulfill customer priorities around maintenance and confidence.   

Workforce

Possible issues

Telecommunications is a people-intensive industry, with a seasoned workforce that includes teams in offices, on trucks and in retail storefronts. If they are forced to work remotely, that could impact productivity.

Remote work could increase security and infrastructure risks for customers and telcos. Some elements of telecommunications work cannot be easily duplicated remotely — or in some cases done at all.

Compensation policies for sick time may not be adequate for hourly workers.

Front-line employees — such as retail customer representatives or field technicians who regularly visit customers — may have concerns about COVID-19 exposure and transmission. 

Steps to consider:

  • Assess how workloads could increase or decrease as a result of the outbreak.
  • Determine which employees can work remotely without compromising productivity.
  • Prioritize cybersafe remote technology capabilities to transition workers to remote work while maintaining productivity.
  • Assure the safety of employees who need to continue working on-site by continually updating and communicating risk-mitigation guidelines.
  • Review HR policies to ensure they are appropriate in the current environment. 

Operations and supply chain 

Possible issues

Telcos have effectively diversified their supply chains, However, some of the current disruption could result in future dips in equipment revenues. Major mobile handset suppliers have significant exposure to slowdowns in Asia. While a number of telcos are trying to stockpile inventory to mitigate impact, that approach has limitations (see next section “Financial reporting”).

The manufacture and delivery of network equipment will likely be delayed, slowing 5G and fiber network builds.

Excessive demand on mobile and communications networks — including temporary suspension of data caps — could affect service quality, creating a ripple effect as companies across various sectors implement remote-work plans.

Communications providers are dependent on large call center operations to perform critical functions, such as sales and customer service. The majority of retail locations are now shut down, forcing a huge spike in volume through call centers, testing their ability to adjust at scale. 

Steps to consider:

  • Reassess your supply chain to uncover weak links, especially in affected areas.
  • Ensure the suppliers affected by the disruption have contingency plans in place to meet demand.
  • Be transparent in communications with stakeholders; companies that do are better off post-crisis, according to PwC analysis.
  • Assess fee schedules in light of service disruptions resulting from increased customer demand.
  • To reduce call center volume, use analytics to identify customers most likely to be affected and develop proactive communication plans to keep them informed of policy changes and service disruptions.
  • Monitor remote call center effectiveness via a command center and adjust the support model as necessary. 

Financial reporting

Possible issues

Operational, workforce and supply chain disruptions will trigger financial reporting implications in current and future reporting periods.

Stockpiled inventory can impede cycle counting and period-end physical counts.

COVID-19 will delay 5G delivery, which could affect revenue and CapEx projections.

A number of telcos have high debt loads, which could put pressure on their debt-reduction programs, as dividends are maintained. 

Steps to consider:

  • Evaluate financial reporting requirements and audit impact.
  • Revisit key assumptions in financial projections.
  • Communicate current and potential future impacts to shareholders. 

Tax and trade

Possible issues

In the short term, changes to income statements — such as short-term losses — will affect forecasts.

Supply chain reconfiguration will trigger tax implications.

Tax compliance operations could lag as newly remote employees lack timely access to information. 

Steps to consider:

  • Craft a contingency plan to meet tax compliance obligations on time.
  • Improve tech-enabled functionality to ensure timely access to required information.
  • Update tax projections for revised forecasts, such as effective tax rate and valuation allowance analyses. 

Strategy and brand

Possible issues

In the short term, as more businesses enable remote work and consumers switch to unlimited plans, telcos have an opportunity: If they can support remote working across all industries, while giving consumers a positive experience throughout the crisis, they will enjoy a boost to the brand.

In the long term, challenges will include cost-cutting, as commodity services will likely become cheaper.

Telcos face challenges from the uncertainty caused by the pandemic; they must be prepared to react accordingly.

The potential for a recession is real. Businesses are likely to delay capital spending, and an uptick in unemployment could put pressure on the B2C business.

The crisis underscores the need for more flexible, resilient business models.

It may be too soon to assess long-term impacts, such as the need for restructuring. 

Steps to consider:

  • Reevaluate your cost structure.
  • Prepare for a slowdown by assessing which organizational levers to pull.
  • Reassess CapEx plans to ensure they still align with corporate goals in light of the crisis. 

Other considerations

In addition, telecom companies may face some additional industry-specific challenges.

Customers

Possible issues

Customers experience deep levels of uncertainty, requiring telcos to be flexible to remain responsive to their needs.

Rising demand adds pressure to the network, which affects service levels at call centers. 

Steps to consider:

  • Identify customers most likely to be affected by COVID-19 and determine how best to support them — for example, by providing flexible payment options or eliminating bandwidth caps.
  • Ensure your policies protect both customer and commercial interests — for example, by accommodating plan changes, while also adjusting product availability to meet demand from your best customers. 

The way forward

The lifeblood of modern communications, the telecommunications industry has been relaying messages between individuals and businesses for almost two centuries — even during crises. This crisis is no different. Stress-tested for resilience during the past 200 or so years, the industry will surely evolve again after this crisis, emerging even more prepared for the decades ahead. 


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The use of ICT during COVID‐19

06/24/2021 8:07

ICTs are pivotal in the existing social order and especially during the COVID‐19 global pandemic. This panel focuses on the use of ICTs by different actors, including individuals, nonprofit organizations, and governments around the globe in responding to this COVID crisis. We tackle three essential questions about ICTs and the global crisis. First, what role do ICTs play in a global crisis? Second, how do ICTs affect social order when tensions between control, autonomy, and power shift? Third, what are the theoretical and practical implications of ICT use during a global health crisis? Each of the panelists will discuss their ongoing research in social informatics or health informatics as relates to the panel theme and central questions in order to provide a holistic view of the role of ICTs during this global pandemic.Keywords: COVID‐19, global crisis, health informatics, ICT use, social informatics

COVID‐19 has become a global, transnational health threat. By June 15, 2020, the pandemic spread to more than 200 countries, infecting more than seven million people, as it turned into a global health crisis causing fundamental societal changes. Not only is this crisis challenging the public health system in each country, but it is also, more broadly, shaking up the social order. People’s daily lives are changing under stay at home orders and many are overwhelmed with information.

In today’s global network society, social structure and organizational arrangements are largely made up of information networks powered by informational and communication technologies (ICTs) (Castells, 2000). ICTs, broadly defined here to include internet, platforms, networks, phones, apps, and databases, as well as underlying infrastructure, are a pivotal factor in the existing social order, particularly during the COVID‐19 global pandemic. The importance of ICTs extends beyond identifying, tracing, understanding, managing, treating, and perceiving pandemics (Wilson & Jumbert, 2018). More fundamentally, ICTs are our best chance to maintain social order during a pandemic.

Using ICTs during the COVID‐19 pandemic illustrates both the limitations of and opportunities for ICT use. On the negative side, this global health crisis is seen as an information crisis (Xie et al., 2020). There is insufficient information for decision making, unreliable information for healthy public debate, inaccessible information to meet people’s daily information needs, and spread of misinformation, disinformation, and fake news. At the same time, ICTs allow for faster responses by supporting large‐scale participation and mass collaborations across state and national boundaries. This includes, for example: involving new entities in existing humanitarian collaboration network (e.g., volunteer and technical communities who assist during disasters, including pandemics); facilitating new forms of disaster relief activities (e.g., digital humanitarians, online self‐support groups); and enabling diverse civic engagement (e.g., digital archives of deleted posts to counter censorship, efforts to counter disinformation campaigns).

ICTs are more than external tools to accomplish goals, in the deterministic sense. Instead, ICTs are bounded by power dynamics and are embedded in contexts. Taking a social informatics perspective, we emphasize the importance of the mutually shaping process between ICTs and society during a global health crisis. Thus, this panel focuses on the use of ICTs by different stakeholders, including individuals, nonprofit organizations, and governments around the globe; we are aiming to explore the following questions:

  • What role do ICTs play in a global health crisis?
    • How did different entities around the globe were using ICTs during the COVID‐19 pandemic?
    • What were the unique characteristics of ICT use during the COVID‐19 pandemic, compared with past crisis?
  • How do ICTs affect the existing social order, as the tension between control, autonomy, and power shift?
    • How do ICTs affect conflict, isolation or connections, and specifically, to what extent does ICT use aggravate hidden conflicts, accelerate the collapse of the existing social order, and increase isolation of individuals?
    • To what extent does the use of ICTs forge connections across boundaries and unite individuals?
  • What are the theoretical and practical implications of ICT use during a global health crisis?
    • What do we learn about how the context of crisis impacts mutual relationships between ICTs and society, and in particular its impacts on the use of ICTs?
    • What best practices or recommendations can we make regarding ICT use in future emergency or public health contexts?

Each panelist will contribute from their ongoing research in social informatics or health informatics to the main theme of the panel and will aim to answer these questions in order to provide together a holistic view of ICTs role during this global health pandemic. Shengnan Yang will explain the variations of ICT use by nonprofit organizations for crisis responses. Then, Pnina Fichman will explore how ICT utilization forged connection through art creations across the globe, identifying patterns of collective intelligence creativity impacted by scarce resources. Next, Madelyn Sanfilippo will discuss long term privacy implications around ICT governance amidst the pandemic. Then, Xiaohua Zhu will provide analysis of national governments’ countermeasures to fight misinformation regarding COVID‐19, with an emphasis on information policies. Shijuan Li will then discuss the attitudes, evaluation, acceptance and utilization of social media information in the COVID‐19 infodemic by middle‐aged individuals. Finally, Ken Fleischmann will report preliminary findings from an NSF RAPID‐funded study (with Bo Xie and Min Kyung Lee) on trust in public health information during a pandemic. The panel will provide a holistic view of the relationships between ICTs and society during a global crisis.Go to:

1.  ICT USE BY NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS IN RESPONDING TO COVID‐19 (SHENGNAN YANG)

Using ICTs for COVID‐19 crisis interventions is prevalent among governments and societies. ICT uses are associated with how these actors engage in the pandemic response action and survive in the crisis. Nonprofit organizations, key non‐state actors and an important bottom‐up approach to crisis response, have demonstrated great variations in ICTs uses to cope with the crisis. Their behaviors include, but are not limited to: developing online services, assisting governments’ digital initiative implementation, and keeping silent in the digital world. Underlying mechanisms that result in these diverse behaviors are still unknown. This study selected nonprofit organizations in China as a sample and traced their COVID‐related social media posts. By conducting a content analysis of these posts, this study focuses on identifying ICTs that nonprofits adopted in order to conduct crisis related activities. Taking the Chinese nonprofit sector as an example, this study is aimed: first, to identify the ICT ecology for nonprofit in China; and second, to understand the relationship between ICT utilization and nonprofits’ activities to respond to a public health crisis.Go to:

2. GLOBAL CRISIS RELIEF THROUGH ART IN IMAGINED COMMUNITIES (PNINA FICHMAN)

COVID‐19 triggered an unpreceded reliance on ICTs among large segments of the world population, as local governments put millions under “stay at home” order. The intended and unintended consequences of the use of ICTs attract much media, politics, and scholarly attention. During that time, isolated individuals from around the globe united online by their creative endeavors as part of imagined communities. While health, economy, and political considerations emphasized national boundaries, art and ICTs enabled individuals to emerge from isolation and find common ground to support the wellbeing of others, regardless of their nationality, health, socio‐economic status, or political views. Individuals and small groups shared their creations, using common household items and tools, with like‐minded others. This study aims to contribute a theoretical understanding of the relationships between ICTs and society, grounded in the analysis of artifacts created and shared among global imagined communities on social media platforms, such as Instagram and Facebook, during the COVID‐19 pandemic.Go to:

3. GOVERNING PRIVACY AS CONTEXTS OVERLAP DURING CRISIS (MADELYN ROSE SANFILIPPO)

In order to maintain physical distance during the COVID19 pandemic, ICT platforms originally designed and employed for other distributed uses are repurposed to maintain social connections, provide distributed services, continue to meet business needs, and for virtual education. Contextual goals and values, including privacy norms, which shape these ICTs, yield unexpected outcomes and long‐term consequences around information flows, as contexts overlap. While individuals debate whether they work at home, or live at work amidst “the new normal,” various privacy governance failures have come to light; simultaneously, regulatory exemptions around privacy are made and enforcement is abated, notably including HIPAA, in order to support telemedicine. Long term privacy impact of ICT governance amidst pandemic will be explored, comparing and contrasting two empirical projects around video conferencing, in the domains of health and education. Practical implications from these studies, including action areas to prevent privacy violations or erosion of protections, will also be compared with, and theoretical implications differentiated from, other crisis situations, such as natural disasters.Go to:

4. THE COVID‐19 MISINFODEMIC: REACTIONS FROM NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS (XIAOHUA ZHU)

While COVID‐19 spreads all over the globe, the world also experiences an upsurge of fake news, rumors, myths, misinformation, disinformation, conspiracy theories, and even hatred. As United Nations Secretary‐General António Guterres said in a video message, a “global ‘misinfo‐demic’ is spreading,” which travels faster than the virus itself (“Hatred going viral,” 2000). While some international non‐governmental organizations, including the United Nations and the World Health Organization, are leading the battle against this misinfodemic, virtually all national governments are also addressing the problem directly (e.g., issuing information policies concerning misinformation or publishing “mythbusters”) or indirectly (e.g., providing the public with accurate and timely information using ICTs). This study is a comparative study of misinfodemic countermeasures taken by five national governments—Chile, China, Singapore, US, and UK—with an emphasis on ICT use and information policies. How do these governments use ICTs to combat misinformation? What information policies (including laws, policies, regulations, orders, and government announcements) have they issued or updated concerning COVID‐19 misinformation? How do these information policies differ and why? Answers to these questions come through an in‐depth content analysis of both government websites and other information outlets, in order to facilitate international collaboration amid the epidemic and misinfodemic. This research also enables theoretical discussions of broader information policies issues.Go to:

5. MUDDLING THROUGH AN INFODEMIC: ICT ACCEPTANCE AND UTILIZATION UNDER THE COVID‐19 HEALTH CRISIS (SHIJUAN LI, PENGYI ZHANG AND JIUZHEN ZHANG)

The COVID‐19 outbreak brought crushing burdens to international healthcare systems and challenged every citizen’s health information literacy, with massive amount of information, misinformation, and disinformation. ICTs, especially social media, plays an important role in meeting diverse information needs, demands for online consultation, and online inquiries for the public during this global health crisis. Characteristics of comprehensive use of multiple information sources and excessive amounts of information, on a daily basis, which are typical features of an Infodemic, might be far beyond the users’ information processing ability and become a cognitive burden for them. Thus, it is critical to understand how people use ICT to seek for trustworthy, timely, and authoritative information and to avoid misinformation and disinformation. This study examines users’ attitudes, evaluation, acceptance, and utilization of social media (i.e. the Wechat public accounts, which have been reported to be the health information sources most frequently used in China). In order to identify the factors with the most influence on users, this work included government officials’ accounts, enterprise official accounts, and individuals’ public accounts as information sources. It aims to provide practical understanding of the relationships between social media and users, in order to explore ICTs’ role during both the health crisis and infodemic.Go to:

6. TRUST IN PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATION DURING A PANDEMIC (KENNETH R. FLEISCHMANN, BO XIE, AND MIN KYUNG LEE)

This research in crisis informatics aims to provide evidence about how the general population reacts to the COVID‐19 pandemic, and to share the findings with information and public health professionals in order to help them respond to this pandemic and contribute to improvements in our preparedness for future pandemics. Specifically, we will report preliminary findings from a NSF RAPID‐funded survey including previously validated instruments (such as the Portrait Values Questionnaire and the Health Information Wants Questionnaire) along with open‐ended questions specific to the current COVID‐19 pandemic. This project will identify factors that influence trust in public health information, including the role of human values, and how public health information interventions can be tailored to be effective for people of various ages, particularly through tailoring for individuals’ values.Go to:

Biographies

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Shengnan Yang is a PhD candidate in the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering at Indiana University in Bloomington. Her main areas of research focus on the interactions between digital technologies and civil society. Focusing on the role of technology in the nonprofit sector, her dissertation studies the effects of digital tools on the social world by examining nonprofit organizations. She employs a mixed‐methods approach to conduct research, including qualitative interviews, quantitative surveys, and big data analysis. Before pursuing an academic career, she worked as an IT consultant in Accenture Greater China. Shengnan’s publication outlets include Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, The Information Society, ACM on Human‐Computer Interaction, and Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.• 

Pnina Fichman is a Professor of Information Science and the Director of the Rob Kling Center of Social Informatics in the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering at Indiana University, Bloomington. Her research in social informatics focuses the relationships between information technologies and cultural diversity; she studies processes and outcomes of crowds and online communities, as well as online trolling and its global manifestations. In addition to her most recent book Online Trolling and its Perpetrators: Under the Cyberbridge (with Madelyn Sanfilippo), she has published four other books. Her articles have appeared in journals such as Information and Management, Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology, The Information Society, and the Journal of Information Science. She earned her Ph.D. from the School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.• 

Xiaohua Zhu is an associate professor at the School of Information Sciences at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Her research focuses on digital rights, ownership of intellectual properties, open government data, social informatics, and academic libraries. Lately, she has published research on those areas in Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology, Government Information Quarterly, Library and Information Science Research, College and Research Libraries, and Journal of Academic Librarianship.• 

Madelyn Sanfilippo is a postdoctoral research associate at the Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP) at Princeton University and will join the faculty, as an Assistant Professor, at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign in the School of Information Sciences in Fall 2020. She is broadly interested in legal, social, and political issues surrounding information and information technology access, applying a social informatics perspective. Her research empirically explores governance of sociotechnical systems, as well as outcomes, inequality, and consequences within these systems, through mixed method research design. Madelyn’s work is informed by her interdisciplinary background; she studied political science, international studies, Spanish, and environmental studies at the University of Wisconsin, Madison as an undergraduate (BS) and information science at Indiana University, Bloomington’s School of Informatics and Computing (MIS, PhD).• 

Shijuan Li is an Associate Professor in the Department of Information Management, Peking University, China. Her research interest in Health Informatics focuses on innovative ICT applications in health and social care while empowering the consumers’ capabilities in making better decisions, and consumers’ searching, access, assessing and utilizing behavior with respect to individual differences that might form positive or evasive behavior styles. Prior joining PKU as a lecturer, Shijuan worked as an information consultant in the Mount Vernon Cancer Network, UK National Health Service (NHS). Her publication appears in journals such as Informatics for Health and Social Care, Studies in Health Technology & Informatics, Library and Information Service, and MedInfo2019. Shijuan received her Ph.D. in Health Informatics from SHIRE, University of Salford, U.K.• 

Kenneth R. Fleischmann is a Professor in the School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin and Founding Chair of Good Systems, a UT Grand Challenge. His research focuses on the role of human values on the design and use of information technologies, including artificial intelligence. He is the author of Information and Human Values and he has published in journals such as JASIST, The Information Society, Communications of the ACM, and Computer. His research is currently funded by NSF, Microsoft Research, Cisco Research Center, Micron Foundation, and the Public Interest Technology University Network. Ken holds a B.A. in Computer Science and Anthropology from Case Western Reserve University and a M.S. and Ph.D. in Science and Technology Studies from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.Go to:

Notes

Yang S, Fichman P, Zhu X, Sanfilippo M, Li S, Fleischmann KR. The use of ICT during COVID‐19. Proc Assoc Inf Sci Technol. 2020;57:e297 10.1002/pra2.297 [CrossRef] [Google Scholar] Go to:

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COVID-19: Consequences and opportunities for the ICT sector

06/24/2021 8:04

COVID-19 has impacted a large number of countries and is turning out to be even worse than the critical economic, strategic, and political clashes happening around the world. The outbreak has and still is impacting all industries, including the Information & Communication Technology (ICT) sector.

Tech giants have hit the pause button on marketing operations, canceled essential events and conferences, most notably, the Mobile World Congress, and announced financial results below market expectations. The US tech giant, Microsoft, lowered its revenue estimates in the quarter ended March due to the impact of the epidemic with lower sales of Windows software and surface devices1. Apple also had last month said its revenue for the quarter to be below forecast. Although demand seems to be in line with expectations, the supply chain is returning to normal operations at a slower pace than anticipated.

According to international law firm Baker McKenzie2, the crisis has fostered corporate introspection and the need for businesses to re-evaluate near-term and long-term supply chains, resource deployment, and liquidity in the face of what it looks like “a looming global recession.”

In other words, businesses are tightening their belts and being careful with their spending, just like the rest of us.

According to International Data Corporation (IDC), growth in global IT spending is expected to reduce by 3-4% by the end of 2020, considering the ‘pessimistic scenario,’ due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While the major impact is expected to be on hardware business, including devices, the software, and services businesses are also expected to slow down as the spread of Coronavirus goes beyond the boundaries of Asia. However, the adoption of collaborative applications and cloud service sees a positive impact followed by technologies such as security, big data, AI, IoT, where the impact seems relatively small.

Even though businesses are grappling with current losses, in the long run, the ICT industry might be one of the few still standing and, in many aspects, stronger than before. But it will not be plain sailing for all businesses in the market. The strain on infrastructure networks, contractions in consumer spending, disruptions to supply chain, reduced availability of components, and the all-around financial impact of the Coronavirus are taking its toll in the short-term.

In a nutshell, before we see the potential rebound after the pandemic has slowed, we might see some severe short-term implications. There will be a retrenchment in outlook, reduced investments in modernization, as survival instincts trump the drive to prosperity.

Impact on different ICT areas: Growth engines and challenges

The world has never been more interconnected, and this health crisis is affecting the whole world. The ICT industry is already losing a lot of income opportunities, and it’s still uncertain when the situation will contain. Amidst the uncertain scenario, many technological areas will be the key focus and keep emerging as clear winners.

With organizations promoting working remotely, there is already an exponential rise in video calls/phone calls, as an increasing number of people are organizing meetings via apps or collaboration platforms. Digital media and Over the Top (OTT) content players are benefiting while Virtual Private Networks (VPNs), cybersecurity, and data security are other technologies that will see a surge as most workforces are operating remotely. Cloud services will grow, boosted by higher usage of content, gaming downloads, video conferencing, and the impact of remote access to corporate networks. There will also be an increased focus on technologies like artificial intelligence, big data, augmented reality, and virtual reality, among others going forward. Equipment maker, Huawei, for example, recently posted a surge in its technological services comprising AI, video conferencing, and wireless network coverage across the Asia Pacific, given the on-ground communication challenges to ensure smooth connectivity.

Although the COVID-19 pandemic has certainly not triggered Industry 5.0, it has brought home the reality of Industry 4.0. digital workflows, robots, automation are no longer goals; they are requirements. IoT devices have offered organizations a path toward preserving revenue streams during this pandemic.

Other areas that would see an uptick include e-learning, online education, and e-governance. As shoppers begin to self-isolate and avoid crowded areas, the clear winner is the e-commerce sector, with digital payment taking over a lot faster than the physical payment options.

The media industry (both traditional broadcasters and newer streaming platforms) are playing a vital role during the pandemic in providing correct and responsible health information to the public with search engines and social media platforms. In terms of the morale of those isolated, access to the wealth of quality content available is important.  (Refer to our whitepaper: Implications of COVID-19 on cable tv and streaming business3 for a more in-depth analysis)

The current circumstances may also accelerate the adoption of 5G to meet the demands of bandwidth, performance, and network slicing. There will be more focus on the sufficiency of networks to carry the significantly increased traffic as working from home continues to ramp up. Social distancing and self-isolation mean that telecommunication has become an elevated essential service. It will be worthwhile to see how the Communications Service Providers (CSPs) both Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) and cable operators meet the challenge of their new critical role in the changed world.

While people are mostly using home WiFi, they would still use their mobile phones for voice communications, and this is the area that MNOs need to keep a close eye on. With video conference services (Skype, Zoom, and others) traffic is going through the roof right now, the dial-in option is an alternative if video conferencing platforms are overloaded.

Also, with the need for social distancing, people are communicating more, which will drive additional voice traffic, whether it’s on legacy circuit-switched systems or the 4G network with Voice over Long-Term Evolution (VoLTE) calls. The strain on voice services, though, will be helped to some extent by the convergence of WhatsApp, Messenger, Skype, Hangouts, and FaceTime calling within the iOS and Android ecosystems. Nevertheless, some CSPs are predicting significantly higher voice traffic growth against the regular year-on-year increase of only 5%4.

With the potential congestion of fixed broadband service, there is a chance that devices will fall back on mobile networks, and this will cause a significant surge of mobile data traffic. Likewise, in areas where MNOs also provide home broadband connectivity, one would expect a significant increase in data traffic, and in some parts of the world where unlimited data isn’t pervasive, an increase in subscriber costs.

The cable operators, on the other hand, will be more impacted than MNOs due to the increased activity at home – working from home and a greater demand for streaming services. Netflix and Google have already announced that they would be reducing video streaming quality in Europe for a month from high definition (HD) to standard definition (SD) to prevent network overload and collapse.

With significant changes in user behavior, escalating use of telemedicine solutions for remote diagnosis, and the corresponding data traffic shifts, it will be increasingly important for CSPs, whether it’s a mobile or cable operator, to keep vigilant and closely monitor their network.

Overall, the future for the ICT industry is here, but only the savviest businesses will bring it to its full potential.

The pivotal role of AI and analytics in supporting ICT businesses

‘During the crisis and its aftermath, winning companies will reinvent themselves by putting data and AI at the core of their organizations.’ They can leverage AI and Analytics on two major fronts:

  • Driven by its internal needs as new challenges, opportunities, and use cases emerge.
  • Driven by the systematic shifts in consumer behavior in what will be a ‘New Reality.’
  1. Key areas (driven by internal needs), where AI and analytics will play a crucial role:
    • Revenue and Business Continuity Planning: Some of the massive shift to remote work due to the pandemic might be temporary. However, much of it will persist as more businesses provision for long-term, flexible working arrangements and on-demand staffing models will become more common. AI is no silver bullet for implementing new ways of working, but it can play an important role. It can help companies better simulate live-work environments, use predictive analytics for precisely forecasting sales and operational challenges, such as staffing needs and supply disruptions, and create the on-demand staff. Data-driven strategies can help to effectively address uncertainties by creating a scenario-based analysis using key variables while updating the model dynamically as the new data comes in.
    • Network and operational analytics: AI/ML-based analytics can provide automated anomaly detection at scale. As traffic increases and network chokes-up, understanding spikes and breakdowns in a scaled, automated manner will be critical. AI and analytics help track these anomalies much more efficiently and accurately than manually looking at the system issues.
    • Collaboration services leveraging AI: Communication and collaboration platforms have already seen an exponential rise in voice and video calls. Using voice-based AI, video conference users can start, join, or end a meeting. Voice-to-text transcription, another AI feature, can take meeting notes during video meetings, leaving individuals and their teams free to concentrate on what’s being said or shown, boosting efficiency, and collaboration. This AI/ML-based technology will get smarter and more accurate as more people will use it. With many tech events/summits becoming virtual, this may see an increase in demand.
    • Digitalization and Automation: The current crisis is an excellent accelerator of digitalization for both consumers and businesses. Even the most skeptical ones, will be prepared to integrate digital agenda in their organizations and will be in much favor of automating their operations. For many technology firms, data-driven automation will be a strategic focus beyond Robotic Process Automation (RPA). Businesses will need to leverage automation across multiple areas, including customers, employees, and network. Marrying AI and analytics to digital agenda will be vital to building resilience. AI can be an enabler of digital transformation covering multiple use-cases such as digital relationship management, adoption of digital channels, digital identity verification, digital onboarding, digital fraud prevention. With more traffic being directed to digital channels, AI-based automated solutions can help quickly detect friction points and its root causes in customer journeys and hence, timely intervention/ resolution to drive more sales and better customer experience.
    • Augmented data management and integration: As cloud services continue to grow, and data continues to collect from multiple touchpoints, data management & integration sees bolstered growth. This involves leveraging ML capabilities and AI engines to make enterprise information management categories, including data quality, metadata management, master data management, data integration as well as Database Management Systems (DBMS) self-configuring and self-tuning. It is also automating many of the manual tasks and allows less technically skilled users to be more autonomous using data and allows highly skilled technical resources to focus on higher-value tasks.
  2. Key areas (driven by the shifts in consumer behavior), where AI and analytics can play a crucial role:
    • New Consumption patterns: The pandemic is drastically altering consumption habits worldwide as consumers are making more purchases online and digitally. This will fuel more online purchases of technological products & services, an upsurge in cloud-based services, and the need for more devices per household. As their focus shifts to recovery, more companies are likely to deploy AI-enabled solutions to reignite top-line growth. AI can help companies discover emerging trends, detect new consumption patterns, and identify the change in preferences. It also enables the ‘hyper-personalization’ of products to improve customer engagement and sales.
    • Customer Experience Optimization: With front-liners being flooded with customer calls and queries, contact centers will need a more efficient workforce and capacity planning. The manual process based on experiential learnings could result in inaccurate capacity planning for ramp-ups and unprecedented demand. AI and analytics can provide more accurate and efficient capacity planning models for predicting the volume of agents needed, effective staff utilization, better management of agents, and enhanced customer experience. Effective planning will also reduce Average Handle Time (AHT), the number of complaints, and overall operational costs of the contact center. Alongside, businesses can use Natural Language Processing and AI capabilities to speed up wait times in call centers
    • Last mile fulfilment: Increasing trade barriers is forcing companies to re-think their supply chain strategies and re-assess the merits of redundancy. Disruption in the global supply chain has moved redundancy higher up on companies’ agendas as a means of reducing risk. Rather than heavily concentrating sourcing and production in a few low-cost locations, businesses are looking to build more redundancy into their value chains. But redundancy and duplication entail a significant cost. AI offers the potential for companies to build resilience into their operations while minimizing the cost and damage to margins. It enables cost optimization in each factory through predictive maintenance and better planning. It also allows them to operate a larger number of small, efficient facilities nearer to customers, rather than a few big factories in low- cost locations. With the deployment of advanced technologies such as 3D printing and advanced robots, it can now handle tasks that previously required humans.

Conclusion

AI and analytics will be a must in enabling ICT businesses to thrive and seize competitive advantage in this new environment. AI capabilities will be enormously valuable as businesses confront and adapt to the new reality of the current crisis and its aftermath.

References

Authors

COVID-19: Consequences and opportunities for the ICT sector

Parul Oberoi

Engagement Manager

COVID-19: Consequences and opportunities for the ICT sector

Neha Singh

Client Partner


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APC EASY UPS BV 650VA, AVR, IEC Outlet, 230V Sale

06/19/2021 9:17

Best Value UPS APC 650VA EASY UPS BATTERY BACKUP -BV650-MSX with Battery Backup & Surge Protection for Electronics and Computers

Output

  • Output power capacity: 375Watts / 650VA
  • Max Configurable Power (Watts): 375Watts / 650VA
  • Nominal Output Voltage: 230V
  • Output Frequency (not synced): 50/60 Hz +/-1 Hz
  • Topology: Line Interactive
  • Waveform type: Stepped approximation to a sinewave
  • Output Connections: (6) IEC 320 C13 (Battery Backup)
  • Transfer Time: 6ms typical : 10ms maximum

Input

  • Nominal Input Voltage: 230V
  • Input frequency: 50/60 Hz +/- 5 Hz (auto sensing)
  • Input Connections: IEC-320 C14
  • Cord Length: 5ft (1.52meters)
  • Number of Power Cords: 1

Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR)
Automatically steps up low voltage and steps down high voltage to levels that are suitable for your equipment.

Wall-mount holes
Allow flexibility for setup in tight locations and mounting on wall or other surfaces.

Sleek design
Slim, modern design can be upright, flat, or wall-mounted to comfortably fit any electronics set-up and complement home décor.

Transformer-block spaced outlets
Protect equipment with input transformer blocks without blocking access to other receptacles.

Cold-start capable
Provides temporary battery power when the utility power is out.

Boost Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR)
Preserves battery life and maximizes runtime by correcting low voltages without discharging the battery.

Battery failure notification
Provides early-warning fault analysis on batteries enabling timely preventive maintenance

Advanced Safety Features
Safeguard your Home UPS from overloads, excessive mains voltages, short circuits, installation mishaps and battery damage due to low voltage situations.

Intelligent battery management
Maximizes battery performance, life, and reliability through intelligent, precision charging.

Safety-agency approved
Ensures the product has been tested and approved to work safely with the connected service provider equipment and within the specified environment.

LED Indicators
Provide easy-to-read status of the unit and utility power conditions.

Audible alarms
Provides notification of changing utility power and UPS power conditions

Battery and surge protected outlets
Back up and protect your hardware and data during power outages, surges and spikes.

Battery backup and surge protection
Outlets provide abundant runtime for network gateway equipment and other critical low-power devices, allowing for hours of internet access during a power outage.


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Kenya’s online retailer for ICT products located in Nairobi: Amiria Techstore

06/17/2021 13:15

Amiria Tech store is a Kenya’s online retailer for ICT products located in Nairobi. Find all products related to Computing, Electronics, Computer Accessories, Networking, Power & Electrical, Security Systems, Telephone System and more. They offer same day working day shipping on orders ordered before 3 pm, from monday to friday. They deliver to all cities in Kenya.

Shop accessories, such as computer accessories (headphones, laptop chargers, laptop batteries, laptop bags, webcams, VGA cables, computer keyboards), storage (flash disk drive, memory cards, solid-state drive SSD, internal harddisk HDD, external hard drives), networking accessories (patch panel, category 6 cable-Cat 6, category 5 cable- Cat 5, ethernet network switches, ethernet patch-cords, networking cables, HDMI cables, USB ,cables, surge protector, speakers, desktop accessories).

Shop from the computing category such as Point of sale (POS printers & scanners, cash drawers, counters, POS accessories, Honeywell, POS touch screen), printers and scanners (Kyocera products, Canon products, Epson Ink cartridges, Epson Ribbons, HP printers), Apple Ipads, laptops & Macs, laptops (Dell, ASUS, HP, Lenovo, IlIFE), desktops computers ( from brands such as, APP, Dell, Lenovo, HP, projectors & projector screens (Spson & Sony). You can also shop electronics, such as cameras, TVs (Samsung, Skyworth, Sony, LG, Hisense), Huawei mobiles, Home Theatre System (LG & Sony), tablets. And for the security of your home or office, shop ZYTECO products, Hikvision Camera K series, Hikvision network video recorder, Hikvision HD analog cameras, Dahua security equipment, or Hikvision access control. You can also find networking products such as UBIQUITI, TP-Link, Mikrotik, Cisco and much more. For more there’s power & electrical (Mecer UPS, power distribution unit, lighting bulbs and components & ACP UPS). As for telephone products, shop panasonic cordless phones or desk phones and other phone products such as Yeastar, Huawei & Zycoo. To contact them, call via the phone number available on the website or send an email.

Your purchased items are eligible to return within 7 days from purchase, however you will need a proof of purchase, a good reason for the return and items should be in an acceptable condition. In case an item is delivered “dead on arrival” meaning it gets delivered damaged, it is eligible for a full refund if still unopened. They won’t accept any returned computers or desktop of more than 30 days.

The details for the return policy is available on the website, and you need to follow it thoroughly if you wish to return an item. Orders are delivered for free in Nairobi. For orders outside Nairobi a courier service is used and they calculate the charges based on the location it is being sent to. If you place an order in the morning, it will be delivered on the same day and if you place it in the afternoon it will be delivered the next day except for Sundays. As for orders made on Sundays, they will be delivered Monday. Working business days are from Monday to Friday. If you wish to keep up with their latest news and information, follow any of their social media accounts.


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Difference between Category 5, 5e, 6, 6a and 7 Cable Standards

06/17/2021 7:29

Category 5 Cable Category 5 (CAT5) cable is a multi-pair (usually 4 pair) high performance cable that consists of twisted pair conductors, used mainly for data transmission. Basic CAT5 cable was designed for characteristics of up to 100 MHz. CAT5 cable is typically used for Ethernet networks running at 10 or 100 Mbps.  Category 5e Cable Category 5e (CAT5e) cable, also known as Enhanced Category 5, is designed to support full-duplex Fast Ethernet operation and Gigabit Ethernet. The main differences between CAT5 and CAT5e can be found in the specifications. The performance requirements have been raised slightly in the new standard (see comparison chart below). CAT5e has stricter specifications for Power Sum Equal-Level Far-End Crosstalk (PS-ELFEXT), Near-End Crosstalk (NEXT), Attenuation, and Return Loss (RL) than those for CAT5. Like CAT5, CAT5e is a 100-MHz standard, but it has the capacity to handle bandwidth superior to that of CAT5. CAT5 cable is typically used for Ethernet networks running at 100 Mbps or 1 Gbps.  Use Cablek’s GigaBase 350 CAT5e, 350-MHz Solid High-Performance, ETL Verified Bulk Cable.Easy way to tell the difference between a Cat5e and Cat6 Patch Cable

cat5e vs cat6 patch cable, difference between cat5e and cat6 patch cable

       Cat6                          Cat5e      

Category 6 Cable Category 6 (CAT6) cable provides higher performance than CAT5e and features more stringent specifications for crosstalk and system noise. The quality of the data transmission depends upon the performance of the components of the channel. To transmit according to CAT6 specifications, jacks, patch cables, patch panels, cross-connects, and cabling must all meet CAT6 standards. The CAT6 components are tested individually, and they are also tested together for performance. In addition, the standard calls for generic system performance so that CAT6 components from any vendor can be used in the channel. All CAT6 components must be backward compatible with CAT5e, CAT5, and CAT3. If different category components are used with CAT6 components, then the channel will achieve the transmission performance of the lower category. For instance, if CAT6 cable is used with CAT5e jacks, the channel will perform at a CAT5e level. Use Cablek’s Category 6+ DATAGAIN Solid High-Performance, ETL Verified Bulk Cable.Augmented Category 6 (CAT6a) Cable 
CAT6a is a 10-Gigabit Ethernet over copper proposal to the CAT6 standard. The IEEE published a draft standard (Std 802.3an) in October 2004.  The draft calls for 10-Gigabit data transmission over a 4-pair twisted-pair copper cable for a distance of 100 meters on Class F or Class E-augmented copper cabling. The draft extends CAT6 electrical specifications from 250 MHz to 500 MHz. It also proposes a new measurement: Power-Sum Alien Crosstalk to 500 MHz. Alien Crosstalk is a coupled signal in a disturbed pair arising from a signal in a neighboring cable.  The TIA is working to complete a new specification that will define enhanced performance standards for unshielded twisted pair cable systems. Draft specification ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-B.2-10 specifies cable systems, called “Augmented Category 6” or more frequently as “Category 6a”, that operate at frequencies up to 500 MHz and will provide up to 10 Gbit/s bandwidth. The new specification has limits on alien crosstalk in cabling systems. Augmented Category 6 specifies cable operating at minimum frequency of 500 MHz, for both shielded and unshielded. It can support future 10 Gb/s applications up to the maximum distance of 100 meters on a 4-connector channel.
Within the networking market place the move towards the ratification of Category 6 Augmented cabling is continuing, but with no firm standards set, it is a time to wait and see. Although a number of companies have announced Cat6A products, it is clear that these are purely based on proprietary systems, with a great deal of hope thrown in. The basic drive behind Cat6A is the desire to support 10Gbps to the desk over the standard 100m. Although the current Cat6 standard will support it up to 55m, this is not suitable for most organisations.  Category 7/Class F

 Category 7/Class F (ISO/IEC 11801:2002) specifies a frequency range of 1–600 MHz over 100 meters of fully shielded twisted-pair cabling. It encompasses four individually shielded pairs inside an overall shield, called Shielded/Foiled Twisted Pair (S/FTP) or Foiled/ Foiled Twisted Pair (F/FTP). There is a pending class Fa, based on the use of S/FTP cable to 1000 MHz. It can support 10GBASE-T transmissions. With both types of cable, each twisted pair is enclosed in foil. In S/FTP cable, all four pairs are encased in an overall metal braid. In F/FTP, the four pairs are encased in foil. Category 7/Class F cable can be terminated with two interface designs as specified in IEC 6063-7-7 and IEC 61076-3-104. One is an RJ-45 compatible GG-45 connector. The other is the more common TERA connector, which was launched in 1999. Category 7/Class F is backwards compatible with traditional CAT6 and CAT5 cable, but it has far more stringent specifications for crosstalk and system noise. The fully shielded cable virtually eliminates crosstalk between the pairs. In addition, the cable is noise resistant, which makes the Category 7/Class F systems ideal for high EMI areas, such as industrial and medical imaging facilities.  Category 7/Class F cable can also increase security by preventing the emission of data signals from the cable to nearby areas. 

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CategoryStandard BandwidthMax Data RateShielding
Cat5e100MHz (up to 350)1000MbpsUTP or STP
Cat6250MHz (up to 550)1000MbpsUTP or STP
Cat6A500MHz (up to 550)10GbpsUTP or STP
Cat7600MHz10GbpsShielded only
Cat82000MHz25Gbps or 40GbpsShielded only
Category 5, 5e, 6 & 7 Cable Comparison
 CAT5CAT5eCAT6   CAT6a  CAT7 (Proposed)
Frequency100 MHz100 MHz250 MHz500 MHz600 MHz
Attenuation (min. at 100 MHz)22 dB22 dB19.8 dB20.8 dB
Characteristic Impedance100 ohms = 15%100 ohms = 15%100 ohms = 15%100 ohms = 15%
NEXT (min. at 100 MHz)32.3 dB35.3 dB44.3 dB27.9 dB62.1 dB
PS-NEXT (min. at 100 MHz)NA32.3 dB42.3 dB59.1 dB
EL-FEXT (min. at 100 MHz)NA23.8 dB27.8 dB9.3 dB(not yet specified)
PS-ELFEXT (min. at 100 MHz)NA20.8 dB24.8 dB(not yet specified)
PS-ANEXT (min. at 500 MHz)49.5 dB
PS-AELFEXT (min. at 500 MHz)16 dB20.1 dB20.1 dB23.0 dB14.1 dB
Return Loss (min. at 100 MHz)16 dB20.1 dB20.1 dB8.0 dB14.1 dB
Delay Skew (max. per 100m)NA45 ns45 ns20 ns
Networks Supported100BASE-T1000BASE-T1000BASE-TX10GBASE(not yet specified)

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Cat 6 Outdoor Cable Kenya 305 Meters Cable Ethernet 23AWG

06/17/2021 7:26

Cat 6e Outdoor SFTP cable, 305 Meters Cable Ethernet 23AWG  Solid Bulk Direct Burial and UV Shielded 

The Ethernet Cat 6 Outdoor Cable, Offers a convenient solution for outdoor cabling works. The cable offers Direct Burial or without the use of a conduit. It is suitable for Applications:

  • Gigabit Ethernet
  • 100 Mbps TPDDI
  • 155 Mbps ATM
  • IEEE 802.3
Cat 6 Outdoor Cables Kenya

Direct Burial CAT6 is made with a polyethylene (PE) jacket and gel-infused to protect the cable from water, and extreme temperatures.

The cable is triple shielded, UV Earth and Weather Proof. Four color-striped pairs make it easy to install and reduces alien crosstalk.

This Cat 6 Outdoor Cable can be measured and cut to exact distances, then terminated to a RJ 45 connectors, jack, or patch panel. The Cat 6 LAN Outdoor Ethernet Cable is certified and fluke tested for gigabit Ethernet and 350 MHz

Product Specifications and Features

  • U/V Resistant and Water Proof HDPE Insulated LDPE JacketCat 6 Outdoor Cables Kenya
  • Thick Polyethylene (PE) Protective Jacket for Indoor/Outdoor use
  • Color: Black
  • Cat6 Certified Transfer Rate: 10/100/1000 mbps (1000Base-T Gigabit).
  • 1000-foot of uncapped, unshielded twisted pair Ethernet cable
  • Copper Clad Aluminum/Copper Clad Alloy (CCA) construction
  • Four pairs
  • UTP Unshielded Twisted Pair
  • Conductor 23AWG / 0.57mm
  • Lead-free
  • Supplied in 1000ft Wooden Spool

Manufacturer Specifications:

  • Packaging: Wooden Spool in brown box packaging
  • Insulation: HDPE 1.01±0.03mm
  • Jacket: Black UV/Waterproof LDPE 5.8±0.03mm

Direct Burial CAT6 is made with a polyethylene (PE) jacket and gel-infused to protect the cable from water, and extreme temperatures.

The cable is triple shielded, UV Earth and Weather Proof. Four color-striped pairs make it easy to install and reduces alien cross-talk

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CAT6 Cables dealer in Kenya. 

CAT6 twisted pair Ethernet  cabling. Used in home and business  structured cabling and networks.They have primarily been used as the backbone of networks.  Shop online shopping at tronik Kenya. best online shop in Kenya.

EaseNet Cat6- UTP 24AW Tough LAN Cable 305M

Buy Easenet CAT 6 UTP Ethernet Cable305M at the best price in Nairobi, Kenya from  Tronik, Dealers in good quality UTP  Ethernet cables in kenya.

EaseNet Cat6– UTP 24AW Tough LAN Cable 305M. Quality Cat 6, 5e Dlink, TP-link, Siemon, Aico Ethernet LAN CABLES Brands available.

305M EaseNet outdoor/Indoor and Outdoor Cat 6 Semi-Copper Ethernet Cable for Voice Cabling and structured cabling.

AD-Link CAT6 Ethernet Cable – 305M

Siemon Cat 6A UTP Pure Copper Ethernet Cable 305M

Easenet 500 M Indoor Cat 6 Full Copper Ethernet Cable

500 M EaseNet Indoor Cat 6 Full Copper Ethernet Cable

Buy U.T.P cable category 6e (cat 6e) online from  Tronik Shop the leading LAN Cables shop in Nairobi.

Dlink cat 6 24 AWG UTP cable 305 Metres / Roll  full copper available at Tronik, Nairobi Kenya D-link category 6 unshielded twisted pair cable

Buy CAT6 Cables at the best prices.Specifications, Price and Reviews.Buy now online from tronik the best dealers in networking cables.

The Cat6 Cable is suitable  with wall sockets and patch panels rather than for crimping
Suitable for indoor use. Voice, Data, Video Cabling, ISDN etc.

Other Full copper Ethernet Cables Kenya. Giganet Cat 6 UTP cable price in Kenya, Siemon Cat 6 cable price in Kenya , Cat 6 cable price in Kenya


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UTP Category 6 UV Outdoor Cable

06/17/2021 7:23

UTP Category 6 UV Outdoor Cable is a high-quality twisted-pair cable designed for professional data transmission systems installed outdoors. Its polyethylene (PE) sheath is resistant to UV radiation, sunlight and moisture. The cable can be installed into ducts, trays or buried in tubing underground. The UV CAT6 cable has numerous applications, although Outdoor Wireless and IP surveillance tend to be the most popular.

The cables are unshielded, relying on the twisted pair design for noise rejection. Category 5 has been superseded by the UTP Category 6 cable specification structured cabling for computer networks such as Ethernet, and is also used to carry many other signals such as basic voice services, token ring, and ATM.

Configuration 

100m Easypull Cable Box 
305m Easypull Cable Box
500m Cable Drum


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