Why Choose Fibre Optic Cables, And Not Other Cable Options?

Fibre optic cabling has revolutionized the industrial sector. Building and maintaining IT networks has not be an easy undertaking. Many companies have invested a lot of their money in network cabling to support and foresee the growth of their network infrastructures. Indeed, it has become easy to transfer large volumes of data from one location to another at high speed. With advancing data cabling technology, disturbances that have rocked the telecommunications sector are a thing of the past. Those seeking fibre optic cabling services in London should also hassle no more. Today, you will easily seek affordable and quality cabling services online.

Most industrial companies rely on fibre optic cables than other cabling options in the market. If you are new to network cabling, you may be asking yourself “why choose fibre optic cables, and not other cable options?”  Many companies yearn for faster transmission and thus why majority go for fibre optic cabling. Even though fibre cables don’t transfer data at the speed of light, they guarantee a more reliable transfer than available other options.

Fibre optic cabling is also not a fire hazard. All industrial applications demand quality industrial cables that are environment-friendly and will not pose any danger to the recipients. They do not produce any electromagnetic currents that can cause fires at workplaces. Optical fibre cables came in single-mode or multi-mode and can run for longer distances. They take lesser space in cable pathway and will not cause any disturbances during the installation process.

Choosing the Right Network Cabling-Things to Consider
For those dealing with data cabling for the first time, it might take you days to figure out what cabling products you need. Upgrading your network cabling infrastructure will come with more expenses. You will have to change the aging cables and this means seeking more labor. Whenever you notice an increase in lag time and unending network errors, know that your network infrastructure requires an immediate upgrade. One crucial thing to consider is the data capacity that you will be transmitting and capacity you will be transmitting in the near future.

fibre optic cabling

You also have to consider the equipment you use at workplace or you will be using in coming days. If a majority of the equipment you use require a network to operate, choose most reliable fibre optic cables that will meet your needs. You also have to figure out where you will store this equipment. Keep in mind that, plenum cables may be a necessity in the near future. At all times, companies should pay attention to fibre optic cabling and adhere to the set installation regulations to accommodate future needs.

With high demand for data cabling services, you should not have any doubts choosing a good cabling company in London. Go for a company that has been in the market for a long period. Try a company that has been dealing with network cabling services for more than 10 years now. This is a company that guarantees quality services and depicts a good reputation. Its technicians should be qualified and trained to provide the best data cabling solutions. These professionals are available online and you can also contact them through provided emails or phone numbers.

Google Introducing Chromebook: A New Kind of Computer

A new kind of computer invented by the Google Inc will be going to sell from the 15th June 2011.  These notebooks are purely based on internet will use the Google’s Chrome operating system. The new web-centric PCs, made by Samsung and Acer, are Google’s latest attempt to change how consumers and companies use their computers.  Dubbed as Chromebooks, the laptops run on Google’s cloud-based operating system and expand its Web browser Chrome.

Here are the features of the Google’s latest invention termed as ChromeBook –

1. Chromebooks are a new type of laptops that will run an Internet-based operating system developed by Google.

2. Chromebooks will supposedly boot in under 10 seconds, allowing users instant access to the internet and the Cloud.

3. Since everything you do on your Chromebook is Cloud-based, all your apps, files, and settings are stored on the Internet. So even if you lose your Chromebook, you can log in using another Chrome-based machine and access those files.

4. Needless to say, you’ll need a very good internet connection to use Chromebooks, which will come with built-in Wi-Fi and 3G.

5. Chrome promises full support for the latest web technologies along with complete support for Flashbased content.

6.  Since it is webbased, you will have an automatically updated OS and softwares.

7.  According to Google, Chromebooks will run millions of web apps, from games to spreadsheets, and many of these will continue working even when you’re not connected.

8.  As also mentioned before, everything is on the cloud. Hence the laptops will be tightly integrated with Google’s “cloud” online services, and will have almost no capacity to store information. Though they will have slots to plug in other storages device users buy separately.

9.  Samsung Electronics Co and Acer Inc are making the first Chromebooks. They will sell for $349 to $499 at Best Buy and Amazon.com Inc in the US.

10.  Acer’s Chromebook will have an 11.6-inch (29.46-centimeter) screen display and up to six hours of battery life. Samsung’s version, selling will have a 12.1-inch (30.73-centimeter) screen and up to 8.5 hours of battery life.

11.  Google Chromebook comes with security features such as secure tabbed browsing (called sandboxing), data encryption, and verified boot. According to Google, “Chromebooks have many layers of security built in so there is no anti-virus software to buy and maintain.

12.  Chromebooks will go on sale on June 15. The laptops will be available for purchase online beginning June 15 in Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Netherlands and the United States.

Source: Google

Internet is running out of IP spaces

The internet is running out of room. The regulator in charge of issuing internet protocol (IP) addresses has warned that it will run out of the essential online monickers in less than two years. IP addresses are numerical codes that use four groups of figures between 0 and 255 to provide access to the internet for as many as 4 billion devices.

The past few years have seen a boom in the number of devices connecting to the internet as the cost of Web access has fallen. Equipment such as household appliances that can be controlled remotely through the internet have also contributed to the increasing demand for space on the Web.

Since the 1980s, the regulator has assigned IP addresses under a standard called IPv4, which is reaching its limit. Another standard, IPv6, is capable of providing a near-infinite number of Web addresses but has not been widely incorporated.

“Many decision makers don’t realise how many devices require IP addresses – mobile phones, laptops, servers, routers – the list goes on,” said Raul Echeberria, the secretary of the Number Resource Organisation.

“The number of available IPv4 addresses is shrinking rapidly, and if the global internet community fails to recognise this, it will face grave consequences in the very near future.”

The concern that is keeping IT managers up at night is that everything connected to the internet that uses IPv4 technology will be rendered obsolete as soon as it runs out of available connections.

An estimated 10 per cent of IP address capacity remains under the IPv4 standard. “It’s going to be a lot like what happened with the Y2K bug, except this time it’s real,” said Ahtram Pirzada, a support engineer for Al-Futtaim Technologies.

Mr Pirzada said that anyone owning electronic equipment that was not IPv6 compatible would have to upgrade it or replace it with new equipment. While the impact on the region’s IT budgets will be felt over the next two years, Mr Pirzada does not expect too many disruptions when IPv4 addresses have been exhausted.

“This won’t be too much of a problem because companies already have upgrade policies set in place that will get new devices that will be IPv6 compatible,” he said.

Facebook becoming a major competitor for Google, becomes Most-Visited Site

Facebook becoming a major competitor for Google, becomes Most-Visited Site. Although the “thud” wasn’t verified, it seems that an online giant fell a couple of days ago. According to new data from Hitwise, Facebook managed to beat Google in terms of visits between March 7th and March 13th, becoming the most visited website in the U.S. for the week.

The graph visible below makes the changeup pretty clear, What’s more, it doesn’t look like Facebook’s going to relinquish its lead anytime soon.

Facebook reached an important milestone for the week ending March 13, 2010 and surpassed Google in the US to become the most visited website for the week. Facebook.com recently reached the #1 ranking on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day as well as the weekend of March 6th and 7th. The market share of visits to Facebook.com increased 185% last week as compared to the same week in 2009, while visits to Google.com increased 9% during the same time frame. Together Facebook.com and Google.com accounted for 14% of all US Internet visits last week.

Facebook Vs Google
Facebook Vs Google
Source: Hitwise

Internet nominated for Nobel Peace Prize 2010

How do you like the idea of Internet being awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace in 2010? The world might see Internet succeed the 2009 awardee US president Barack Obama as it is officially fighting for the world’s most coveted prize alongside a Russian human rights group and a Chinese dissident.

It was the Italian edition of the Wired magazine which supported the idea of an inanimate object getting the prize. Wired reportedly nominated Internet for promoting “dialogue, debate and consensus through communication” as well as democracy.

In an article published on Nov 20, 2009, titled ‘Wired Backs Internet for Nobel Peace Prize‘, the magazine said, “The internet has clearly been a boon for news junkies, LOLcats and the makers of goofball videos. But it’s also proven to be a powerful international force for peace.”

 Internet Nominated For Nobel Peace Prize
Internet Nominated For Nobel Peace Prize

“The internet can be considered the first weapon of mass construction, which we can deploy to destroy hate and conflict and to propagate peace and democracy,” Riccardo Luna, editor-in-chief of the Italian edition of Wired magazine opined.

Besides using the instance of Iraq elections to establish how Internet could be used as a ‘weapon of global hope’, the magazine went on to say how it can be used for terrorism and warfare to prove the power of the media.

Premier endorsers of Internet for Nobel Peace Prize nomination include 2003 Nobel laureate Shirin Ebadi and famous Italian surgeon, known for his contributions to breast cancer treatments, Umberto Veronesi.

So, now that it has been officially nominated, the world has to wait and see if a medium of communication trumps activists and fighters to win the Nobel Prize 2010. The winner will be announced in Oct 2010.

Internet Security 2010 – Be Aware it’s a Virus.

Be Aware. Don’t Go away with the name – Internet Security 2010 or (IS 2010) is a rogue anti-virus program circulating over the internet these days. Internet Security 2010 will try to frame you, into believing that your computer has serious security problems so that you buy the program. Once installed, Internet Security will be configured to start automatically when you login to Windows. It will then scan your computer and display numerous infections, but will not remove anything until you purchase the program. These infections, though, are all fake and are only being shown to trick you into thinking you are infected so that you then purchase the program. You should definitely not purchase this program.

nternet Security 2010 - Virus

After you computer got infected with the Internet Security 2010 virus, the next time Windows loads, you will get an error message stating that “Worm.Win32.NetSky” was detected on your computer. This is a fake message and you should not pay any attention to it, it will go away once you remove Internet Security 2010 from your computer. Then the Internet Security 2010 rogue will start and perform a fake scan of your computer. The scan report will list a number of infections but when you try to remove them, you’ll “conveniently” find out that you need to buyInternet Security first. Do not buy Internet Security 2010. If it got on your computer, you should use the instructions below to remove it from your computer.

How to Remove Internet Security 2010 from Your computer?

Manual Removal of Internet Security 2010 : –

Manual removal of Internet Security 2010 is a feasible objective if you have sufficient expertise in dealing with program files, processes, .dll files and registry entries.

The files and folders to be deleted are listed below:

* %Program Files%\InternetSecurity2010
* %Program Files%\InternetSecurity2010\IS2010.exe
* %WINDOWS%\system32\41.exe
* %WINDOWS%\system32\winhelper86.dll
* %WINDOWS%\system32\winlogon86.exe
* %WINDOWS%\system32\winupdate86.exe
* %UserProfile%\Application Data\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\Internet Security 2010.lnk
* %UserProfile%\Desktop\Internet Security 2010.lnk
* %UserProfile%\Start Menu\Internet Security 2010.lnk

The registry entries that need to be removed are as follows:

* HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “Internet Security 2010″
* HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “winupdate86.exe”

We hope these steps can remove the IS2010 form Your Computer.

Automated Removal of Internet Security 2010 : –

1 : Go -> http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam-download.php and download Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware for free. Save the file to your desktop. If Internet Security 2010 does not allow you to download anything, you should download the setup on another computer and use an USB stick or a CD/DVD to transfer the files needed.

2: Click here to download the rkill.com file. Once the download is complete, run it. The rkill.com file will make sure the Internet Security 2010 will be closed for good so it does not interfere with the removal process.

3: Close all open applications and windows. You now should be on the desktop.
4: Run the Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware setup from the desktop.
5: Go with the default settings during the install and must update the software
6: When Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware loads, go to the Scanner screen, select “Perform Quick Scan” and then click the “Scan” button.
7: When the scan is complete, press the Show Results button under the main “Scanner” tab.
8:  Check all the detected infections (so you remove both Internet Security 2010 and all related Trojans, as well as any other malware detected).
9: When the removal process is complete, a log of the scan will be displayed in a Notepad window. You now have successfully removed Internet Security 2010, all related Trojans and any other infections detected by Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware.