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Deploying a rural broadband network can be challenging, but with decades of experience and expertise in the broadband industry, Wesco can provide the products, services and solutions to successfully deploy fiber networks.


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Profitable construction projects are the result of a successful blend of labor, material, and equipment management. Too often, contractors concentrate exclusively on labor or cost reduction and overlook the opportunity for improvement by implementing material management strategies.




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 A national grocery chain was using an inefficient hand-picking product order system that was causing profit-eroding challenges including time inefficiencies, high labor costs and revenue losses. The company was searching for an automated technology-based solution that could be implemented across their stores.


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When quoting a large automotive product line using a specific programmable logic controller (PLC) and drive technology, an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) manufacturer saw an opportunity to tap into their previous experience using Siemens’ technology and software, and also save money by working with Wesco.


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Based on evolving technology requirements, end users of a leading provider of mobile offices, portable storage containers and other modular units were cutting into walls to relocate power and data outlets. Damage to the units meant complex rebuilds, project delays and a loss in profitability.


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June 10, 2022
As a growing number of companies set dates for employees to come back to the office, many are developing strategies to satisfy employee demands to continue working from home, at least some of the time.


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May 18, 2022
Every year, contact with live electrical parts proves fatal for 143 construction workers, making it the number two cause of fatalities on construction sites behind falls and securing its spot in OSHA’s Fatal Four Initiative.


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May 18, 2022
More than 60 years ago, Theodore Levitt famously asserted that the railroad industry weakened, not because the need to move passengers or freight had declined but because those running the railroads saw themselves in the railroad business rather than the transportation business.



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May 18, 2022
Like many other industries, the electrical wire and cable industry has faced new challenges over the last two years. And as we all know, the global supply chain is more complicated and dynamic than ever before. Increased manufacturing demands and shortages of labor and products are just a few of the issues we face.


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May 17, 2022
In many ways, remote and condition monitoring can reduce manual labour, allow machines to make decisions independently, monitor conditions, optimize safety for workers and improve machine utilization.


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May 17, 2022
Why is sustainability knowledge critical in the market today? Simply put, stakeholders are demanding it. As  the market changes, professionals must be able to confidently communicate all aspects of value of their product/service.



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May 3, 2022
The expansion of SaaS, PaaS and IaaS solutions continues to show strong growth. According to Gartner analysts, public cloud services are predicted to grow 21.7% in 2022. Although many drivers push businesses to search out and implement "as-a-service" solutions, the demand boils down to access versus ownership.


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May 2, 2022
Falls account for nearly one-third of the deaths that occur among construction workers on an annual basis. OSHA’s Fall Protection Standard is the most commonly violated standard, with over 6,000 citations issued to construction companies each year.


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February 19, 2022
Across a variety of retail settings, the right lighting can help drive increased revenue by optimizing the shopping experience — making stores more appealing to enter, encouraging customers to inspect the merchandise, and yes, presenting that merchandise in its best possible “light.”



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April 11, 2022
When architects design buildings, they think about more than style and aesthetics. They must consider the user experience – how occupants will work in, function in, and even enjoy a building.


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March 9, 2022
As we move into the third year of the Coronavirus 2019 Pandemic, new variants continue to challenge many of the controls we have established to protect our workers.


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February 23, 2022
To combat the steady number of workplace injuries and illnesses, OSHA recommends that businesses implement a safety and health program to complement the existing regulations to keep their employees safe and promote a culture of safety excellence.



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February 3, 2022
In the highly competitive, fast-paced manufacturing marketplace of today, time is money. In fact, for manufacturers in the auto industry, downtime can cost $22,000-$50,000 per minute.


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January 25, 2022
Can we talk broadband? That’s the question that citizens and business owners kept asking the City of Loveland, Colorado as they were exploring the possibility of bringing high-speed connectivity to their community.


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January 5, 2022
The U.S. energy storage market is growing at a rapid rate. In 2020, the market surpassed $1.5 billion and is expected to become an $8.9 billion annual market by 2026. 



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November 30, 2021
 A comprehensive audit lays the groundwork for an improvement plan and identifies retrofit opportunities to save money and energy and improve efficiencies.


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September 29, 2021
When you think about a data center, you might think about servers, switches, cooling, cabling, connectivity, access control and the like. What about audio/visual (AV) solutions? While it might not be top of mind, AV within a data center is a key issue. The appropriate data center AV solutions help provide the physical security and access to core information you want and need.


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July 27, 2021
Supply chain management and optimization is an essential part of the success of any business. In times of growth or decline, if you haven’t considered your entire supply chain and logistics, you could experience issues, frustration and disruptions.