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Wireless Networks Will Always be ‘Second Rate’ vs. Hardwired

By By Robert D'Addario · December 26, 2018 • Opinion: Wireless will never be the answer to network speed woes compared to hardwired, and and the experience of wireless will always be 'second rate.'

A Case for Using Fiber Cables over Category Cables in Residential AV Projects

By CE Pro Editors · June 5, 2018 • In this free webinar – part 2 of a three-part series on fiber connectivity for AV projects presented by Commercial Integrator and CE Pro – attendees will walk away with an understanding of why fiber is a better choice than category cable in most residential AV projects.

Copper vs. Fiber: Don’t be a Scaredy Cat

By Robert Archer · February 23, 2018 • Fiber optic cabling beats copper (Cat x) when it comes to long distances, high bandwidth, reliability and future-proofing, but smart-home integrators are hung up on fiber myths and high prices.

In with Fiber, Out with Copper: A Case for Rethinking AV System Design

By CE Pro Editors · October 1, 2017 • Free webcast argues that in most cases copper cabling is insufficient and fiber cabling delivers more reliable, forward-compatible results for AV systems. Experts tackle outdated misconceptions of fiber challenges.

Cleerline Video Q&A: ‘Future Has Arrived’ for Fiber

By CE Pro Editors · September 26, 2017 • Cleerline Technology’s Robert D’Addario discusses fiber’s superior speed, durability and signal quality compared to copper.

Cleerline’s Fiber Optic Termination, Testing, Cleaning Kits Improve Accuracy, Efficiency

By CE Pro Editors · September 6, 2017 • Cleerline engineered its line of termination, testing and cleaning kits to make sure every fiber connection meets the highest standards of performance and enhances profitability.

CEDIA Q&A: Why Rely on Cleerline Fiber Cables for 4K 60 HDR and HDMI 2.1?

By CE Pro Editors · September 2, 2017 • Visit Cleerline at CEDIA 2017 to hear about why fiber is the only fool-proof method of moving 4K 60 HDR content inside a home or business.

What Makes Fiber Better Than Category Cable?

By Advertorial · August 9, 2017 • An integration professional tackles myths and shares first-hand experience that made him a proponent of fiber video distribution over category cable.

CE Pro 100 Names Top Fiber Optic Cable Brands

By Robert Archer · June 13, 2017 • Cleerline leads the fiber optic cable category, followed by Celerity, Corning, Tributaries and Metra Home Theater. Check out the complete list in our 2017 Brand Analysis.

The Benefits of Fiber over Category Cable

By Advertorial · May 15, 2017 • An increased demand for distribution of video makes fiber appealing to integrators and customers, so here’s a case for the benefits of fiber over Category cable.

ETechA Trains Integrators on 4K HDR, HDMI 2.1

By Advertorial · May 1, 2017 • ETechA is determined to help dealers deliver full, uncompressed digital video, including 4K with HDR, to residential and commercial spaces.

Prepare for HDMI 2.1: Metra Home Theater Answers Dealer Questions

By Robert Archer · March 3, 2017 • Metra Home Theater and Cleerline Technology answered dealers questions about HDMI 2.1 on a recent CE Pro webinar. Here's a little post-webinar Q&A with Metra's Brent McCall.

Answering Your Questions about HDMI 2.1

By CE Pro Editors · January 24, 2017 • Originally recorded live on Wednesday, March 1st: Everything you wanted to know about HDMI 2.1 and more....

New Cleerline Fiber Solutions Bring High Bandwidth Infrastructure Home

By Robert Archer · September 29, 2016 • The need for fiber is quickly growing. Cleerline's new SSF fiber optic cables support bandwidth intensive technologies such as 4K at 60Hz.

CEDIA Tease: Future Ready Solutions Recruits Connectivity ‘Dream Team’

By Jason Knott · August 26, 2016 • Future Ready Solutions brings together a Dream Team of connectivity experts from Cleerline Technology Group, Kordz, Celerity, Transparent Audio and others to assist technologists with wire, cable and fiber solutions.

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