Excel Networking Solutions has published a 3rd edition of the Excel Encyclopaedia.
The Encyclopaedia has been designed to be educational and impart factual content to consultants, M&E contractors, end users and installation partners and provide a thorough understanding of structured cabling and more importantly a complete insight into the Excel Structured Cabling Solution.
Tracey Calcutt, marketing manager commented “Since we launched the first edition of the Encyclopaedia in September 2010 we have received great feedback about the overall content and the usefulness of the information included, not only about Excel but about structured cabling in general.’
Tracey continued “In this third edition we’ve updated all of the information and added in new explanations, diagrams and generally more useful content. We’ve also produced more online SCS Infrastructure Specification documents to assist our partners with responding to complex tenders for Category 6A, 6, 5e and Data Centres, all of which can be downloaded from the partner area of the Excel website.”
Tracey continued “A large majority of the Encyclopaedia has been written by key members of our team including two RCDD qualified technicians, one of which, Paul Cave is the Chairman of the BISCI Standards Committee, so the reader can be assured that they’ve got one trusted source of information written by the people that know what they’re talking about.”
Tracey concluded “The Excel Encyclopaedia is available in electronic format from the Excel website to allow recipients to copy and paste the relevant information for their requirements and also links through to further information on the products on the online catalogue.”
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