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Simplified Edge Solution at Cisco Live

Friday, May 25, 2018
This year, Cisco Live’s event team is deploying a “Simplified Edge” solution from Legrand. This edge solution includes Legrand vertical wall-mount cabinets, network connectivity and other integrated Legrand solutions, throughout Cisco Live (US) where they will be housing the network infrastructure for the show floor.

Legrand Demos PoE Lighting Installation at Cisco Live 2018 – Highlighting Cabling and Connectivity Considerations

Thursday, May 17, 2018
As part of Legrand’s Cisco Live booth, a live Power-over-Ethernet demonstration will be available. We have built a mock-office space with overhead lighting, providing a real-world implementation that visitors can witness and interact with.

Cisco Live 2018 Giveaway

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Attending Cisco Live 2018 this year in Orlando? Be sure to participate in our selfie contest – capture yourself with Legrand solutions around the event and share with us on Twitter. At the end of the show we will be randomly selecting 3 winners to receive a Nest Outdoor Camera.

Legrand Lights up Cisco Live with Power-over-Ethernet Lighting Installation

Friday, May 11, 2018
As part of Cisco’s Digital Building Ecosystem, Legrand will be demoing a live installation of PoE lighting in our booth, powered by Cisco’s new 8-port Building Series switch and enabled by Legrand’s connectivity and physical infrastructure solutions.

Integrated Close-Coupled Cooling at Cisco Live 2017

Monday, July 10, 2017
At this year’s Cisco Live 2017 we had a number of our partners within our booth demonstrating solutions that have been integrated with Legrand products, and one of our longest-standing technology partners, OptiCool® Technologies, had their rear-door heat exchanger on one of our LX cabinets. The OptiCool Cool Door® is capable of rejecting up to 30 kW per rack (or 20 kW with redundancy), making it perfect for high-density and compute-intensive applications.