Communications Cable & Connectivity Association (CCCA)
CCCA's mission is to serve as the major resource for well researched, fact- based information on the technologies and products of structured cabling media to support current and future needs of the networking, IT and communications industries. Communications Cable & Connectivity Association, or CCCA, will also be proactive at codes and standards bodies and other trade, industry and governmental organizations in communicating and influencing policy and decisions affecting the quality, performance and societal needs of the structured cabling infrastructure.
CCCA Issues New White Paper on Data Center Design Considerations
Topics include the impact of the two cabling designs on total management – including cabling costs; port utilization; power consumption, energy and cooling requirements, scalability and upgrades.
Home Depot Recalls 11 Million Feet of CE Tech Riser Cable Due to Fire Hazard
International Magazine Publishes CCCA Whitepaper
1st Quarter Newsletter is available now
Free CableCheck Mobile App Available for Download
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The market for communications cable and connectivity systems has grown into a global, multi-billion dollar industry consisting of a wide variety of cable types, materials, and components designed to meet regional needs and requirements for safety, network performance and environmental impact. With the plethora of choices and proposed solutions offered, users are often confused, or they base cable and connectivity decisions on incomplete or incorrect information concerning current networking needs and future trends.
With the formation of CCCA, there is now a valid, unbiased resource representing the cabling and connectivity industry, offering factual information and recommended solutions for structured cabling applications. The scope of the CCCA covers cable, cable connectivity, infrastructure systems, and related materials. Through the CCCA mission, our goal is to better inform and educate users, and influence codes and standards bodies, to enable better safety, performance and environmental decisions.
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