Related Courses

Title Description Competencies
Healthcare Infrastructure Planning

The infrastructure for a Healthcare application can vary greatly from the infrastructure needs of a Commercial or Industrial application.

To be able to plan properly, it is important to understand key market drivers, understand what is important to consider in the design and planning, and what recommendations the TIA-1179 Healcare standard makes.

Therefore, this module covers the following topics:

  • Market Drivers
  • Government Initiatives
  • Difference between Premises Networks
  • Healthcare Industry Standard – ANSI/TIA-1179
Mighty Mo Air Control Solutions

There are a number of products that make up the family of Mighty Mo Air Control product family. Each of these products have a special function in helping to manage air control in a data center. This module provides an overview of the products and how they can improve cooling efficiency passively.

Mighty Mo Cabinet Course

Explore the features and benefits of Ortronics premiere cabinet, the MightyMo Cabinet.

Mighty Mo Fiber Raceway System

The Mighty Mo Fiber Raceway provides an exceptional system for routing and protecting fiber optic cables and cords in today’s data centers, storage area networks (SAN) and large premise networks.

With 22 categories of ducts and fittings, and with many mounting options, the MM Fiber raceway can easily mount above racks and cabinets, below runway or cable tray, or below the floor and provides an easily accessible solution for any situation.

The MM Fiber Raceway System is flexible enough to use in telecommunications exchanges, data centers, universities, hospitals or anywhere fiber optic cabling is present.

This course will review the features & benefits, along with the options for duct and fittings that are available for MM Fiber Raceway system.

You will also learn about options for mounting the duct and tools that are available to make installation easier.

Mighty Mo GX Cabinet

Learn about Ortronics new free standing mid-range cabinet line, the Mighty Mo GX. This training will review features and benefits along with options available.

OptiMo Connector Field Termination Course

Learn how to properly terminate an OptiMo fiber connector onto a 900 micron, tight buffered fiber.

After completing this module, you will be able to:

  • Identify the tools needed for termination
  • When given a list of termination steps, be able to put them in the correct chronological order
  • Identify two key steps that are often done incorrectly in the field
  • Explain required testing for a horizontal link/channel
  • Explain required testing for a backbone link/channel
OptiMo High Density Fiber Solutions

Learn the key features of each of the products in the Ortronics high density product offering. This includes the high-density FC enclosure, adapter panels, Momentum M4 cassettes, and the 48-fiber splice tray.

SNAP Product Overview

In this course you will learn about SNAP, Ortronics pre-terminated copper solution.

  • You will learn about the features that differentiate Clarity SNAP from other pre-terminated copper solutions.
  • You will review features and options for SNAP patch panels and jacks at the workstation.
  • And you will explore the options and features for both types of SNAP cable assemblies–horizontal cable assemblies and port replication cable assemblies.
The Future of Networking

Learn about trends in data centers and the impact of your Layer One (structured cabling) and Layer Zero (infrastructure) decisions on your network performance from CISCO and Legrand.

Topics covered include:

  • Data Center Trends & Challenges
  • Data Center & Network Evolution
  • Physical Layer Considerations
  • Design Considerations
TIA Standards Update

Engineering Committee TR-42 develops and maintains voluntary telecommunications standards for telecommunications cabling infrastructure in user-owned buildings, such as commercial buildings, residential buildings, homes, data centers, industrial buildings, etc. The generic cabling topologies, design, distances and outlet configurations as well as specifics for these locations are addressed. The committee’s standards work covers requirements for copper and optical fiber cabling components (such as cables, connectors and cable assemblies), installation, and field testing in addition to the administration, pathways and spaces to support the cabling.

This training module reviews the status of the current standards being modified and developed along with identifying the impact of key changes.

There is a 6 question quiz at the end. You must achieve a score of at least 80% to get credit for completion of the module. You may take the quiz as many times as needed. This module is worth 2 BICSI CECs after successful completion.