New end-to-end fiber system provides the industry’s lowest loss optical cabling solution for high-speed and high-bandwidth applications
West Hartford, CT – January 20,2020 — Today Legrand North and Central America (LNCA), a global innovation leader in power, light, and data technologies for homes, workplaces, and data centers, introduced Infinium Quantum™ -- the industry’s lowest loss optical fiber system designed for advanced data center applications. Available in both single-mode and multimode, the patent pending Infinium Quantum systems offer the lowest channel link loss at 0.75dB, which is a recorded 64% improvement over standard systems and a 38% improvement over any ultra low-loss optical fiber system available on the market.
LAS VEGAS, Nevada – January 20, 2020– At the International Builders Show 2020, Legrand North and Central America (booth SU433), the global specialist in electrical and digital building infrastructures will showcase a wide range of innovative products and technologies designed to help builders, contractors, and designers deliver the Connected Home customers want, with quality and ease. Legrand offers comprehensive connectivity solutions, backed by unique expertise and a robust support program, to offer homes that meet and exceed modern buyer expectations.
West Hartford, CT – January 16, 2020 — Legrand is delighted to announce Leanne Ford, celebrated interior designer and star of HGTV's "Restored by the Fords," as its 2020 brand ambassador to help introduce the latest debuts of designer switches and outlets from Legrand.
LAS VEGAS, Nevada – January 7, 2020 —Legrand North and Central America (booth #42737), the global specialist in electrical and digital building infrastructures, today announced the expansion of its popular Netatmo smart home technology with two new collections of smart lighting controls available in the U.S. The new smart switches and outlets have been designed with Netatmo to deliver instantaneous monitoring of power consumption, remote surveillance, and control over various functions when the user is away from home, including the control of lights, shades, sensors, electrical appliances and other Zigbee 3.0 devices.
San Jose, Calif., December 19, 2019 – Oregon recently adopted a new commercial building code, creating an energy efficiency increase in commercial buildings estimated at more than 14 percent from the previous energy code.