Toughest Distribution Enclosure in the Industry

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New to the ICC Net.Media™ Centerline is the 9” tough plastic distribution enclosure.

The new 9” Net.Media™ Center is designed to provide a distribution point for voice, data, audio/video and security of multiple-unit buildings. The enclosure’s design allows for internal modules to be mounted horizontally or vertically and its integrated snap-in module system enables users to quickly insert or move modules. Multiple knock-outs on top, bottom, back and sides support 2” conduit and facilitate cable routing and entry. Other features include an AC power outlet knock-out and padlock option for added security. Enclosures can be surface or flush-mounted and accommodate all Net.Media™ VDV Modules. The enclosure’s ABS molded plastic (UL94 VO rated) makeup keeps an equal, or better than, durability level as metal enclosures but at a lower cost. ICC’s 9” Net.Media Center proves to be tougher than other plastic enclosures from other manufacturers and is backed by ICC’s 3-Year Product Warranty.

ICC Elite Installer Installs CAT5e System for Environmental Services Company

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CA – A leader in environmental protection, solid waste, and recycling services needed to network both its two facilities in Fullerton and Santa Ana. The 25,000 square foot Fullerton location required 60 voice and data connections in two wiring closets. The 17,000 square foot Santa Ana location required 40 voice and data connections, also in two wiring closets. Both infrastructures support multi-user workstations and handle high bandwidth activity such as network servers, printers, VoIP phones, and employee time clocks.

Choosing the Right Structured Cabling System

An ICC Elite Installer was hired to install an ICC cabling system for both locations, selecting high-performance CAT5e data connectivity and premise cables. ICC 7-foot distribution racks were installed and loaded with CAT5e data patch panels and horizontal cable management.

Their Systems Engineer said, “By networking the locations with ICC cabling, we were able to combine voice and data network services in a much more efficient manner. This not only greatly reduced their monthly phone bill, but also has increased their overall operational efficiency, resulting in enhanced customer service.

The Benefits of Offering Manufacturer Warranty

As an ICC Certified Elite Installer, they were able to offer ICC’s manufacturer warranty to guarantee the quality and performance of the network installation. The installer said, “By offering ICC’s manufacturer warranty, we can set ourselves apart from our competition and offer our customers a quality product and service on every installation.

ICC Offers New CAT 6e and CAT 5e UTP Solid Cables!

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(La Mirada, CA) Thousands of contractors and installers are winning projects daily installing fully end-to-end ICC structured cabling systems with ICC’s new CAT 6e and CAT 5e CM and CMP rated UTP solid cables. These UTP solid cables are 100% tested and verified to exceed TIA/EIA 568-B.2 industry performance standard and are UL and cUL listed to ensure the highest quality. CAT 6e and CAT 5e UTP solid cables are available in 1000 feet convenient dispensing cartons. Each cable is constructed with sequential footage markings on the outer jacket for easy to measure usage tracking. These cables offer a competitive solution designed to provide the performance necessary for today’s demanding voice, data, video, and security applications in commercial and residential installations.
Features and Benefits

For over 20 years, ICC, a leading manufacturer of structured cabling products in both commercial and residential markets governed by strict ISO 9001:2000 standards; offering high-quality voice, data, audio, video, and fiber optic products. ICC is committed to offer premium quality products with proven performance, at affordable prices.
For more information about ICC’s new CAT 6e and CAT 5e UTP solid cables, call us at 888-ASK-4-ICC (275-4422)

  • CAT 5e 350 MHz and CAT 6e 550 MHz CM/CMP (Plenum) Rated
  • Conductor: 24AWG Bare Solid Copper for CAT 5e and 23AWG for CAT 6e
  • Convenient dispensing via EZ® Pull (CAT 5e) and Reel-in-a-Box (CAT 6e)
  • Sequential footage markings
  • Meets TIA/EIA 568-B.2 (CAT 5e) and TIA/EIA 568B.2.1 (CAT 6) standards and ETL listed
  • ROHS Compliant
  • Available jacket color: Blue

ICC Now Offers Two New Rack Shelves!

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ICC now offers two new rack shelves; a Vented Bottom Fixed Shelf and a Solid Bottom Adjustable Shelf that is designed to work with ICC’s 7′ 4-Post Distribution Racks.

These heavy-duty shelves are designed to place heavy equipment; such as large servers, UPS, and computer networking equipment.

ICC’s Vented Bottom Fixed Shelf measures a maximum depth of 32″ from front to rear. It is designed to provide air flow to ventilate equipment underneath and is compliant with the EIA-310-D standard.

ICC’s Solid Bottom Adjustable Shelf measures 27″ from front to rear. It is designed to be adjusted up to 32″ to meet your depth requirement changes and is compliant with the EIA-310-D standard.

These shelves are the perfect solutions for contractors to organize equipment rooms, telecom rooms, and data centers applications. If you have any questions or would like more information, please feel free to call us at 888-ASK-4-ICC (275-4422).

Cabling a New Framework at an Orthopedic Medical Center

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VA – Even during today’s tough economic times, an ICC Certified Elite Installer has continued to excel due to their commitment to providing outstanding customer satisfaction. They not only maintain a high level of professionalism and technical service, they require it of their suppliers as well. The installer did not find it difficult to make ICC their sole structured cabling product line provider. ICC’s dedication to providing superior service, premium quality products at affordable prices and their loyalty to contractors is what made the decision so easy. The installer’s Sales Manager says, “It’s the outstanding feedback from customers and our very own technicians that keep us installing the ICC product line.” For the latest project, an orthopedic medical center, they knew ICC would meet all of their installation demands and help the installation run smoothly. The Certified Elite Installer constructed the 85,000 square foot medical facility’s entire network infrastructure into three telecommunications rooms. All three rooms were connected to medical equipment, telephones, computers, multi-media, computer-telephony and patient therapy environments. The installation utilized ICC’s distribution racks, cable management, and Category 6 (CAT6) components. ICC’s lightweight, durable and easy-to-install distribution racks were the perfect choice for the large installation. All the distribution racks were floor mounted using ICC’s floor mounting kit. Within the framework, the installer installed ICC’s CAT6 EZ® high-performance patch panels. The 110 IDC termination design allowed ample space for the cable routing and the single-row pair wiring design required no splitting of pairs, making the termination process quick and easy. Added benefits to using ICC’s CAT6 EZ patch panels were their backward compatibility with lower category-rated products and ability to support any type of installation requirement. The installer explained, “All racks are “easy-patch”, meaning one can easily move computer and telephone clients by simply moving a patch cord. All equipment was installed to be easily accessed by [staff members]—from the ICC ladder rack down to the lowest shelf on each rack.” To ensure the proper function of the installer’s “easy-patch” system, they used ICC’s multi-media blank patch panels and slim-line booted patch cords. All the blank patch panels were integrated with ICC’s CAT6 modular connectors. Within a typical channel, patch cords are commonly considered the weakest link. However, because ICC’s CAT6 patch cords are engineered with 50 micro-inch gold plated contacts, the installer knew they’d deliver maximum performance. The installer said, “99.999% of the ICC runs tested [perfectly] the first time!” ICC’s dual-sided horizontal and vertical finger duct panels were used to route and organize the infrastructure’s cabling. The vertical ducts were used in-between the racks to support vertical cabling while the horizontal ducts were used in-between each patch panel to follow the standard network rack design. To support the backbone cabling, the Certified Elite Installer used ICC’s 10 foot and 5 foot ladder rack runways, ceiling rods and swivel butt splices. Removable covers were added to provide the finishing touches and made the entire installation aesthetically clean and professional. As ICC Certified Technicians, they were able to offer the ICC 30-Year Certified Site Cabling System Warranty. By doing so, the orthopedic medical center knew their cabling installation would be reliable and continue to operate at peak performance. Today, the ICC Certified Elite Installer’s quality installation is successfully supporting the center’s patients and employees. During these tough times, ICC helps Certified and Elite Installers, as well as thousands of other contractors to grow and profit. ICC’s continuous offering of premium quality products and service play a key part in the award-winning success of this installer; who has recently been nominated for “Company of the Year”. Their Sales Manager says, “Everyone benefits from ICC’s premium quality and reliable structured cabling systems.”

For over 20 years ICC has been a leading manufacturer of structured cabling products in both commercial and residential markets governed by strict ISO 9001:2000 standards; offering high-quality voice, data, audio, video, and fiber optic products. ICC is committed to offer premium quality products with proven performance, at affordable prices. For more information about ICC’s structured cabling products, call us at 888-ASK-4-ICC (275-4422).

New 4-Post Distribution Rack

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(La Mirada, CA) The ICC 4-Post Distribution Rack provides a sturdy, cost-effective solution for supporting large rack-mountable network communications equipment in telecom/data rooms and other network facilities. The rack has a maximum adjustable depth of 32 inches, providing the flexibility to accommodate small and large equipment installations. The rack’s adjustable depth and added stability make them particularly suited for heavier and deeper equipment that may exceed the load capacity of a standard 2-post rack. The racks conform to all TIA/EIA standards for 19″ equipment mounting.

The ICC 4-Post Distribution Rack combines the mounting stability of a cabinet with the accessibility of an open frame rack providing easy access to equipment and cabling. The open frame design gives you complete access to all sides of network equipment such as voice/data switches, servers, and routers. It also provides maximum airflow and ventilation to help keep equipment temperature under control.

The rack corner posts are C-shaped to provide front and rear support for 19″ rack mountable network equipment, rack mountable shelves, and cable management panels. Mounting holes are threaded allowing quick installation of equipment or shelves. The ICC 4-Post Distribution Rack is compatible with all ICC rack and cable management accessories. The base of the frame is pre-punched for easy floor installation using the ICC Rack Installation Hardware Kit.

ICC is a recognized leader in design and manufacturing of structured cabling products for residential and commercial use. For more information on this item or other premium products with proven performance at competitive prices, contact ICC at 888.ASK.4.ICC (275-4422)

ICC Offers New Pre-terminated CAT 5e 66-Wiring Blocks!

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(La Mirada, CA) ICC’s new CAT 5e 66 Wiring Blocks are pre-terminated with Telco connectors to provide a clear demarcation point between the Telephone Company and customer-owned equipment. Supporting both voice and CAT 5e data applications, they are designed for the quick installation of cables, telephone systems, PBX systems, and other low voltage telecommunications equipment.

Each 66-Wiring Block is pre-terminated and factory tested saving precious termination time and hours of labor. Designed for wall installations, the 66-Wiring Block is pre-mounted on an 89D bracket. It includes a hinged orange cover to protect terminations from dust and dirt.

ICC’s new CAT 5e 66 Wiring Blocks are available with one (1) pre-terminated 25-Pair female Telco connector or two (2) pre-terminated 50-Pair female Telco connector.

ICC is a recognized leader in design and manufacturing of structured cabling products for residential and commercial use. For more information on this item or other premium products with proven performance at competitive prices, contact ICC at 888.ASK.4.ICC (275-4422).

ICC Announces New RGB-VGA Decorex Inserts!

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ICC has a new RGB/VGA Decorex Inserts for linking to plasma or LCD components. The 15-pin RGB is used for linking a display to a computer or any other video connections. This insert supports the three primary colors (red, green, and blue, or RGB) plus horizontal and vertical synchronization signals. The signals passes through unprocessed to ensure little to no signal loss when connecting from your computer or other video components. The Decorex insert also has two (2) blank ports on the bottom that can be customized with any ICC high density (HD) style modular connector for additional connectivity. These insert work with all ICCs Decorex faceplates: single, dual, triple and quad gang.

ICC is a recognized leader in design and manufacturing of structured cabling products for residential and commercial use. For more information on this item or other premium products with proven performance at competitive prices, contact ICC at 888.ASK.4.ICC (275-4422).

ICC Announces 3GHz F-type Modular Connector!

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ICC now has 3 GHz F -type connectors that are available in gold or nickel plated and can be used for CATV and security systems. These new high performance connectors provide a clean connection point for wired electronics to wall outlets allowing cables to be hidden within the walls or cabinetry. They provide superior signal quality with minimal noise for today’s video and audio systems. They are fully compatible with all ICCs configurable faceplates and multi-media panels.

ICC is a recognized leader in design and manufacturing of structured cabling products for residential and commercial use. For more information on this item or other premium products with proven performance at competitive prices, contact ICC at 888.ASK.4.ICC (275-4422)

Multimedia Mobile Patch Box

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ICC’s configurable Multimedia Mobile Patch is a perfect solution for many different applications including tradeshows, conferences, warehouses, temporary stations, training labs, point of sale terminals, and many other industrial locations.

This mobile box has six configurable openings that accept IC107 modules which include Voice, Data, CATV, HDMI, Component, USB, Speaker, and many other A/V modules. Installers can mix and match modules depending on the applications. Removable dust covers are included to cover voice and data modules only.

The mobile box has integrated screw holes to permanently secure to a location. The rugged PVC housing also can be left on the floor. Cable tie anchor is provided at the cable entry to provide strain relief when the cable bundle is pulled. There are two opening for optional mounting magnets to mount on metallic surface such as workstation dividers. The box has a labeling window for station identification.

Installers can purchase this box and configure themselves, or ICC can customize a pre-terminated bundle cable solutions for them. In summary, this multimedia is flexible, durable and easy to deploy. Please check out icc.com for more detail.

ICC Specified for Hernando County’s Largest School

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(Spring Hill, Florida)

Hernando County School Board specified ICC’s high-performance Category 6 structured cabling solution in a new 2,100-student school. The new school, Explorer K-8, is located in Spring Hill, Florida, and recently opened its doors this August for kindergarten-through-8th-graders. We asked the IT Director for the Hernando County School Board why they specified ICC’s structured cabling products and he indicated, ICC is our standard in our construction specifications.

With $54.8 million in construction costs to complete the two-story 280,000 sq. ft. building, APG Electrical, installed 1,800 drops incorporating ICC’s RJ-45 CAT6 data modular connectors, CAT6 patch panels, distribution racks, cable management, and more as the structured cabling system. Each of the 99 classrooms is equipped with overhead speakers, video cameras, and projection screen systems. The classrooms have four desktop computers and one laptop; 30 additional laptops for every 300 students are also readily accessible. The new school accommodates a media center, science and computer laboratories, sports fields, gymnasium, administration offices, and more.

APG’s Voice/Data/Video Manager said, During the installation, our technicians were very pleased with ICC’s structured cabling products. ICC’s distribution racks, cable management, and patch panels looked great and the installation went smooth.

One of the big reasons why educational institutions, K-12, colleges, and universities, prefer ICC is because ICC’s structured cabling products have been relentlessly tested and have repeatedly yield test results exceeding TIA/EIA performance standards. Most of all, they are satisfied getting premium quality and reliable structured cabling systems at affordable prices. For more information about ICC’s structured cabling solutions, call us at 888-ASK-4-ICC (275-4422). For more information about Explorer K-8 please visit http://www.hernandoschools.org

ICC Introduce Vertical Cable Channel for 2-POST & 4-POST 7′ Distribution Racks

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(LA MIRADA, CA)

ICC is pleased to introduce the release of its newest addition to their Racks & Cable Management product family.

The Vertical Cable Channel (ICCMSCC6BK) is designed with aluminum construction, black textured powder coated finish, lightweight at 8.5 lbs and sturdy, measures W x D x H. And fits on the sides of the Distribution Rack (ICCMSR1984) and 4-Post Distribution Rack (ICCMSR4P84), individual racks but can also be used to join two 2-Post & 4-Post Racks.

The Vertical Cable Channel has front swivel latches, sides and rear cable/velcro tie points, large rear openings for quick and easy cable routing and can also be mounted back to back to provide true cable management flexibility. This product is a perfect solution for moves, adds, changes of your cabling and ideal for a full-length vertical cable pathway and will have the aesthetic finish of an organized distribution racks.

ICC Offers New HDMI Decorex Inserts!

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ICC has two new Decorex integrated inserts for our A/V line: single HDMI and a dual HDMI. These inserts support the Audio and Video industry HD frame rates, formats, and frame sizes; including industry standards of 1080p, 1080i, and 720p. These new Decorex inserts provide higher speed, more bandwidth, and are fully backward compatible. Both inserts have two open ports on the bottom for any of our standard high density (HD) style modular connectors. HDMI has quickly become the standard for connectivity of todays electronics. Its uncompressed signal is sure to deliver the highest video and audio quality direct from todays latest consumer electronics into the comfort of your homes. These inserts work with all ICC Decorex faceplates; single, dual, triple and quad gang.

ICC is a recognized leader in design and manufacturing of structured cabling products for residential and commercial use. For more information on this item or other premium products with proven performance at competitive prices, contact ICC at 888.ASK.4.ICC (275-4422).

Keeping Up with Today’s Technical Demands

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WI – Green Lake County is at the southern end of the “New North” region which is northwest of Milwaukee. The county is surrounded by acres of agriculture, lakes and industrial operations. The perimeter of the county is sandy beaches, wooded shorelines and historic resorts. There is a lot of history in this small town and since the 1830s, the county has grown in many ways. For a county of just 20,000, this new building is centralized and the residents can come to one building to take care of everything. There is no need to travel to one town to another just to take care of one issue; it can all be done there.

This building is the city hall and government facility with voice and data equipment installed and ready to go. There are over 200 workstations that are equipped with voice and data in just this one building. Workstations are used for everyday office duties, such as email, internet access and phone calls. The center is used for the heath and human services and is also used by both the local sheriff as the dispatch control center, as well as the county jail. Moreover, the building is also used as a learning and disability center, as well as the center for the circuit court, the sheriff department and emergency services, so a robust and secure infrastructure is a must.

The site consists of Category 6 components, including a thousand CAT 6 High-Density modular connectors, thirty CAT 6 48-port patch panels, over one hundred thousand feet of CAT 6 UTP riser premise cable and fifteen hundred pieces of CAT 6 patch cords. They also used cable management products such as 7-foot 2-post distribution racks and finger ducts throughout the state of the art communication rooms. ICC’s National Sales Manager said, “The main terminal space had forethought and provides lots of room for expansion, rather than a closet where everyone is scratching their head wondering where they’re going to fit everything. The main distribution frame (MDF) area has seven full sized distribution racks with room for more. The intermediate distribution frame (IDF) location I saw also had room for expansion, despite four racks in it as well.” The site now consists of over 1400 CAT 6 HD modular connectors. While cable runs were close to maximum lengths allowed by the TIA/EIA standards, all channels tested out with not only “pass”, but with good margins. This site is also certified with Lifetime Warranty.

The project was contracted and procured through a few electrical service companies. The ICC Elite Installer was a pronounced low voltage installer in Wisconsin. The installer’s president has been a part of this industry for eight years and has a total of four technicians including him. “I chose ICC because I’ve had a long good standing relationship with ICC. I use their products because I am familiar with it and I can install it with confidence. I was able to save more than 35% on materials for this entire project. Based on all the testing we had, ICC was able to save us money and did not sacrifice any performance on their materials,” the president said.

ICC manufactures commercial and residential structured cabling solutions governed by strict ISO 9001:2000 standards; offering high-quality voice, data, audio, video, and fiber optic products. Since 1984, ICC has been offering end-to-end structured cabling solutions for data, voice, audio, video, and fiber optic connectivity for commercial and residential installations. ICC offers tens-of-thousands of modular connectors, faceplates, patch panels, patch cords, UTP cable, cable management racks, fiber optic solutions, raceway solutions, residential Net.Media Centers, and lots more.

“This is the first time we are using ICC products and I am very happy with the outcome and the installation,” the IT Director for Green Lake County said.

New 5-Pack Component Audio/Video Modular Connectors!

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ICC now offers three new 5-pack RCA modular connectors in the form of RCA to RCA, RCA to IDC or RCA to F-type, all specifically designed for todays high definition A/V installs. Instead of buying five individual connectors, you can now get them all in one bag. Each pack consists of 3 component video connectors and 2 audio connectors: 2 red, 1 green, 1 blue, and 1 white. If you need superb picture clarity then experience component video with our new 5-Pack component Audio/Video modular connectors. _br_ _br_ ICC is a recognized leader in design and manufacturing of structured cabling products for residential and commercial use. For more information on this item or other premium products with proven performance at competitive prices, contact ICC at 888.ASK.4.ICC (275-4422).

2011 Success Stories

ICC Success Stories

Tennessee – Maryville government installed CAT5e and 6 end-to-end structured cabling solutions for facility expansion -12/2011
California – A college’s network was expanded with CAT6 cabling system, fiber optics, racks and cable management – 12/2011
New York – Major hotel chain’s network was expanded with a CAT5e cabling system and fiber optic accessories – 11/2011
Vermont (HiPerLink) – A coffee store data closet was installed with CAT5e pre-terminated assemblies – 11/2011
California – Home builder installed 14” Net.Media Centers; entry level voice with expansion capability to data and video – 11/2011
Maryland – An army installation’s network was renovated with CAT6 jacks, patch panels and surface mount boxes – 11/2011
New York – An investment holding company’s network was modernized with CAT6/5e data and voice cabling systems – 10/2011
New York – An international diamond company’s network was expanded with CAT6/5e cabling and racks for retail project – 11/2011
California – A non-government organization installs 28” Net. Media Centers with voice, data, and video modules into new MDUs – 10/2011
New York – A children’s outwear company’s network was expanded with a CAT6 system; jacks, patch panels, cables – 10/2011
New York – A historic retail property was installed with a 9” Combo with voice, data, and video as part of NID solution – 10/2011
Texas – A federal government was expanded with CAT6 cabling system, racks and cabling management – 10/2011
Utah – An orthopedics clinic’s network was expanded with a CAT6 structured cabling channel link solution – 10/2011
North Carolina – A military facility installed CAT6 structured cabling and fiber optics for phase one facilities modernization project – 9/2011
California – A global multimedia company expanded their network with a CAT6 cabling system – 9/2011
Wyoming – The Industrial Company relocated their data closet and installed CAT6 connectivity and cable management racks – 8/2011
Tennessee – A high school’s network was expanded with a CAT6 cabling system – 8/2011
Ohio – A manufacturing and processing equipment company was relocated and installed with a CAT6 cabling system – 8/2011
Texas – East Bernard ISD’s network was modernized with an end-to-end CAT6 structured cabling system – 8/2011
Virginia – Government assisted living apartments were renovated with ICC connectivity products for old high rise building – 8/2011
Ohio – A medical’s network was renovated with CAT6 structured cabling products – 8/2011
Colorado – A tech centers newest apartment community was installed with 9” Net.Media Center Combos – 8/2011
Louisiana – A courthouse’s network infrastructure was renovated with over 600 CAT6 drops – 8/2011
Maryland – (HiPerLink) A medical center selected pre-terminated CAT6A solution for a MAC project – 8/2011
Texas – A new library in the City of Mount Pleasant was networked with a CAT6 structured cabling system – 7/2011
Texas – A national retail chain’s network was modified with CAT5e connectivity and rack mount shelves – 7/2011
California – New luxury apartments in Santa Monica were installed with 14” Net.Media Center Combos – 7/2011
Vermont – A ski resort’s network was expanded with a fiber optic system; racks, enclosures and adapter panels – 7/2011
California – A surf apparel company’s network was expanded with fiber optic enclosures and LC fiber adapter panels – 7/2011
Montana – A healthcare’s network was expanded with CAT5e patch panels, outlets and cable management – 7/2011
Wisconsin – City of Kewaunee’s network was modernized with a Category 6 end-to-end structured cabling system – 7/2011
Pennsylvania – A bank in Pennsylvania network was renovated with CAT5e structured cabling, racks and cable management – 7/2011
Montana – A health center’s network infrastructure was modernized with a CAT6A premise cabling solution – 7/2011
California – A large electronics manufacturer’s network was modified (MAC) with a CAT5e structured cabling system – 7/2011
Arizona – An administration facility’s network was expanded with CAT6 jacks, patch panels and outlets – 7/2011
Virginia – An elementary school’s network was modernized with CAT6 connectivity and fiber optics – 6/2011
Connecticut – A Social Security Administration office’s network was expanded with cabling, racks and cable management – 6/2011
Missouri – Raytown Quality School’s network was expanded with rack mount fiber optic enclosures and adapter panels – 6/2011
Texas – An orthodontist office cabling network was installed with CAT6 connectivity and racks for remodeling project – 6/2011
Texas – Clear Creek Independent School District’s network was upgraded to a CAT5e end-to-end structured cabling system – 6/2011
Texas – Hubbard Independent School District’s network was expanded to a CAT5e end-to-end structured cabling system – 6/2011
California – Los Angeles condominiums were installed with 28” Net.Media Centers integrated with voice, data, and video – 6/2011
Texas – A human resources company’s network was expanded with to a CAT6 end-to-end structured cabling system – 5/2011
Texas – A mining company was remodeled with CAT5e outlets and surface mount boxes for an administration project – 4/2011
Tennessee – A large freight transportation company was installed with a voice and CAT6 data cabling system – 5/2011
Texas – a College in Texas network was upgraded with CAT6 cabling end-to-end – 5/2011
Texas – Baptist Church was upgraded to a new CAT6 structured cabling system end-to-end – 5/2011
New Jersey – Apartment complex were installed with 14” enclosures with voice and video connectivity – 5/2011
Maryland – County Sheriff Department’s network was expanded with CAT5e and fiber optic connectivity – 5/2011
Texas – A large plumbing, heating and air conditioning company was installed with a CAT6 cabling system end-to-end – 3/2011
New York – NYC Board of Education’s network was expanded with CAT5e end-to-end structured cabling system – 5/2011
California – An environmental health and safety company was installed with CAT6 end-to-end structured cabling system – 5/2011
New York – A large hotel chain’s network was expanded with CAT5e and CAT6 end-to-end structured cabling systems – 5/2011
Connecticut – A large staffing company’s building was renovated using CAT6 end-to-end structured cabling – 5/2011
Michigan – Public Schools were modernized with CAT6 cable, jacks, patch panels and cable management – 4/2011
Maine – A high school was installed with Category 6 cabling system – 5/2011
Virginia – A middle school expanded their network with CAT6 connectivity, ladder rack and fiber systems – 4/2011
Montana – New construction project at Missoula County administrative offices were installed with CAT6 connectivity – 3/2011
Rhode Island – A health center’s cabling network was modified with CAT6 and fiber optic connectivity – 3/2011
Mississippi – A large regional shopping mall was installed with an end-to-end CAT6A structured cabling system – 3/2011
Virginia – A command post’s network was improved with CAT6 end-to-end premise cabling and connectivity – 4/2011
Idaho – Emmett School District’s network was expanded with CAT6 premise cabling, connectivity and wall racks – 4/2011
Wisconsin – A college in Wisconsin newly built dormitory residence was installed with CAT6 cabling end-to-end – 3/2011
California – A newly built home community were installed with 14” Net.Media Centers – 3/2011
Pennsylvania (HiPerLink) – Outdoor clothing company specified CAT6 Cassettes-to-Cassettes for data center project – 3/2011
Pennsylvania – Abington School District’s network was expanded with CAT5e structured cabling system – 2/2011
California – A large information technology company in San Diego was installed with a CAT6 cabling system – 3/2011
California – A local nursing home’s cabling network was expanded with CAT6 products, fiber optic enclosures, and racks – 3/2011
California – A community college improved their network with a CAT6 cabling system, fiber optics and ladder rack – 3/2011
Texas (HiPerLink) – A computer company specified pre-terminated cassettes-to-mobile patch boxes in various lengths for their laboratory – 3/2011
Massachusetts – 9” Net.Media Centers with voice, data and video modules were installed in condos – 2/2011
Colorado – A high school network was modernized with CAT6 cabling system – 2/2011
Georgia – Major hotel chain’s network infrastructure was renovated with CAT6 cabling systems – 2/2011
Virginia – A university specified pre-terminated fiber optic MPO cassettes for their engineering school – 2/2011
California – The cabling network for a regional medical office building was expanded with CAT6 cabling system – 1/2011
California – A high school in California installed CAT5e & CAT6 cabling systems for their K-12 multi-story new building- 2/2011
California – CAT5e jacks, patch panels and cable management was installed at Pediatric Medical Group building – 2/2011
Utah – ICC CAT6 cabling system for a MAC project was specified and installed into a large commercial office building – 1/2011
California – A large retail establishment chose ICC’s CAT6 cabling system to be installed for a point-of-sale roll out project – 2/2011
Pennsylvania – Community college in Pennsyylvania was installed with ICC fiber optic enclosures and CAT5e cabling – 1/2011
Florida – A medical marketing agency was installed with an end-to-end CAT6 cabling system to expand their studio’s network – 2/2011
California – A clinical laboratory, chose CAT5e cabling systems to be installed in several locations nationwide – 1/2011
California – A regional retail development company was installed with ICC 14″ Net.Media Centers – 1/2011
California (HiPerLink) – Telecom provider specified pre-terminated CAT6 Cassette-to-Patch Box for client’s data center – 2/2011
Maryland – Over 200 ICC 14″ Net.Media Centers were installed at Wayland Village senior apartments – 2/2011
Arizona – A warehouse installed ICC CAT5e connectivity and fiber optics for facility upgrade – 1/2011
New York – Over 200 ICC 21″ Net.Media Centers were installed in Manhattan apartment buildings – 1/2011
California – A foster care family center installed ICC 14″ Net.Media Centers for facility retrofitting – 1/2011
New England – A hospital used ICC CAT5e and CAT6 premise cables for new facility renovation – 1/2011

Homes Turn Tech Savvy with ICC

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CA- In today’s new construction, the implementation of a structured cabling solution in residential construction has become a necessity. Developers, architects, and home builders must consider the voice, data, and video requirements of every room, but due to the economic downturn and the depressed residential market, how do you implement a reasonable solution? ICC, an established leader in providing structured cabling solutions, provides high performance, reliable products at more reasonable prices compared to the premium brands. One ICC Elite Installer chose ICC products for their construction work with a major home builder.

ICC voice, data, and video outlets were installed throughout every home. In the wiring enclosure, voice modules were installed. They are capable of supporting 32 outlets so that phones can be installed in just about every imaginable location. CAT5e data modules were also installed. They are capable of supporting eight different 100 Mbps streams, supporting a digital phone system, or providing a reliable wired network for computers in the same house. Finally, video modules were installed. They can can support digital audio and up to 1080p high definition video transmissions in up to 2 GHz frequencies supporting cable and satellite TV outlets.

The ICC Elite Installer used ICC’s Net.Media Centers to house the residential modules and provide an organized and centralized source for media management. These enclosures offer all of the features to properly complete the installation. Features such as hinged covers which are easy to access later should the residents require any service or changes are available. There are rubber grommets to protect incoming cables on entry into the enclosures and several lancing points for a neat cable arrangement within the enclosure. There are also push pin accommodating back boards making for highly compatible and easy to add on media centers. These centers also off power outlet knockouts to provide AC power to active components installed in the enclosure. Of course, there is an optional knock out for installing locks for restricted access.

An up and coming home community in Murrieta, California is one of the many communities where residents can enjoy ready-to-go voice, data, and video in their homes. Another set of homes used ICC Net.Media centers. With homes ranging from single story to two stories, 5,590 to 2,860 sq. ft homes, families can live luxuriously with technology steaming throughout their entire home. The homes used 14” Net.Media centers from ICC were installed in the master closet with voice distribution modules. Each home averages a total of 16 drops. There were a total of 600 homes which means the total number of drops was 9600.

“We have been using your product for over 10 years and it’s proven to be very reliable. You honor your warranty and simply your product can last and it is presentable,” the Elite Installer said. According to them, this installation was special due to the easy installation and the products. They know that they are getting quality products which make them feel good because they trust ICC.

“We know the product will last, and in today’s world, customers need to know they are getting a good, reliable product installed in their home,” their staff said.

Success Stories Prior to 2010

ICC Success Stories

North Carolina – Major hotel chain uses ICC CAT6 Jacks, patch panels and cable management for their expansion project.
California (HiPerLink) – Major Hispanic electronics and appliance retailer installed ICC HiPerlink CAT6.
New York – ICC complete end-to-end residential solutions are being utilized at prominent Manhattan high rise condominium building.
California -A public library uses ICC CAT6 jacks, patch panels, and premise cables for their improvement project.
California – A leading manufacturer of professional A/V system selects ICC outlets for a Disney project.
Virginia – A leading scientific genetic research firm uses ICC CAT6 patch cords, cables, jacks, patch panels at their facility.
Georgia (HiPerLink) – A training facility selects ICC HiPerLink CAT6A Cassette-to-Modular Connectors for their MAC’s project.
California – Local office of the Social Security Administration uses ICC’s complete CAT6 cabling solution for their remodeling project.
Rhode Island – ICC Residential Net.Media Centers and CAT6 products installed at Mercantile location.
California -An elementary and middle school K-8, uses ICC CAT6, fiber optics, racks and cable management for the expansion project.
Washington – Telecommunications service provider installed ICC at their control room data center.
Texas – An elementary school was installed with ICC CAT6 connectivity products for their network improvement project.
Maryland – An electric company control uses ICC CAT6 structured cabling solutions as part of their network upgrades.
North Carolina – U.S. Army chooses ICC CAT6 snap-in coupler and blank patch panels solutions to be used at the overseas base.
Virginia – An equipment installer installs ICC CAT6 connectivity.
Montana – (HiPerLink) ICC 10 Gig fiber optic solution installed at a hospital.
Louisiana – ICC CAT6 permanent link solution installed at a construction engineering company.
California – ICC cable management solution used at corporate offices.
Arizona – ICC CAT6 channel link solution installed at media offices.
California – ICC CAT6 channel link solution installed at a charitable organization location.
Arizona – ICC Residential solution installed at apartment complex.
California – ICC Fiber Optic solution installed at an amusement park.
California – Retail store installs ICC residential solution.
New Mexico – Los Lunas School District selects ICC CAT6 permanent link solution for campus.
California – Recycle company infrastructure with ICC structured cabling solutions.
Montana – ICC CAT6 Permanent Link system installed at the health clinic.
Utah – ICC CAT6 Permanent Link system installed at Telecommunications service provider
Utah – ICC CAT6 Permanent Link system installed at an aquatic center.
Montana – ICC Residential solutions installed at a major hotel chain.
California – ICC Residential solutions installed at the Jefferson at Hollywood luxury apartments.
Hawaii – ICC CAT6 Permanent Link system installed at the Department of Defense.
California – ICC CAT5e Permanent Link system installed at the library.
New England – A security company installs ICC voice and data connectivity.
Washington D.C. – A university chooses ICC Audio Connectivity for Square 54 development.
California – Data forum center Integration chooses ICC for their data connectivity needs.
Pennsylvania – Allentown School District chooses ICC CAT5e for connectivity.
California – ICC connectivity installed at a data room.
California – ICC CAT6 outlets installed at Livermore Unified School District offices.
Utah – ICC CAT5e Permanent Link system installed at a high school.
Michigan – ICC CAT6 Permanent link solution installed at a health center.
Wisconsin – ICC CAT6 Permanent Link solution installed at a conference center.
Colorado – ICC CAT5e permanent link system installed at a bio-laboratory.
Wyoming – ICC CAT5e connectivity installed at the church.
California – San Francisco Unified School district installs CAT5e solution.
Texas – ICC CAT6 permanent link solution installed at a University.
California – ICC CAT5e outlet solutions installed at a hospital in Los Angeles.
Pennsylvania – ICC fiber optic connectivity installed in a construction company.
Montana – A residential group utilizes ICC residential solutions at a major hotel.
New York – ICC CAT6 solution data closet inside an automotive building.
California – ICC CAT6 certified site cabling system installed at State of California Department of Consumer Affairs.
California – ICC CAT6 certified site cabling system installed at State of California Employment Development Department.
Washington D.C. , ICC CAT6 certified site cabling system installed at Saab Aircraft of America.
Texas – City of El Paso , downtown transit links 32 workstations with ICC CAT6 data cabling and ICC Lifetime Warranty.
New Jersey – Monmouth County Vo-Tech School District installs 88 outlets of ICC voice and data cabling.
New Jersey – An elementary school installed over 703 ICC voice and CAT6 data drops.
Illinois (HiPerlink) – A Fortune 500 company, chooses ICC’s CAT6 Cassette HiPerlink Solution for the corporate data center.
Texas (HiPerlink) – Quantlab Financial brokerage firm uses CAT6 HiPerlink Solution for hosted co-location at the data centers.
California (HiPerlink) – A retailer, chooses ICC CAT6 Cassette HiPerlink Solution for the corporate data center.
Indiana (HiPerlink) – A cancer treatment center, uses CAT6 Cassette HiPerlink Solution for cabling data center.
New York (HiPerlink) – A cultural community center, specifies ICC’s HiPerlink 10Gig copper and fiber solution.
New Mexico (HiPerlink) – A specialized testing center, chooses CAT6 Cassette HiPerlink Solution.
Washington, D.C. (HiPerlink) – A bank chooses ICC’s CAT6 Cassette HiPerlink Solution for data center.
Texas (HiPerlink) – Greater Texas Federal Credit Union implements ICC’s CAT6 Cassette Hiperlink Solution for corporate data center.
British Virgin Islands (HiPerlink) – Government agency specifies ICC’s HiPerlink Fiber Solution for 10 Gig fiber deployment.
Canada (HiPerlink) – A tv company uses ICC’s HiPerlink Mobile Patch Box Solution for 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.
Pennsylvania (HiPerlink) – A social service agency, uses HiPerlink Fiber Cassettes for fiber between buildings.
Nevada (HiPerlink) – An insurance company uses CAT6 HiPerlink Cassette Solution for hosted co-location cabling needs.
Florida – ICC Category 6 cabling solutions used at Hernando County ‘s largest school…Explorer K-8.
Virginia – The Orthopedic Center of Central Virginia installs a new framework using ICC’s complete voice and data solutions.
California – 60,000 feet of ICC’s UTP cable was installed in a new California Department of Motor Vehicles branch.
Colorado – A scientific technology company installed ICC’s channel components.
Pennsylvania – Chettenham School District goes with ICC’s high performance voice and data network for Cedarbrook Middle School.
Pennsylvania – Chettenham School District chooses ICC for its voice and data cabling systems for Elkins Park School.
California – Over 600 ICC CAT5e data drops were installed at M.D.C. Meyer Distribution.
New Jersey – A middle school upgrades its network with over 750 ICC voice and data drops.
California – ICC’s high-performance CAT6 cabling system law firms.
California – ESL Power Systems manufacturing facility integrates ICC for its data network.
Washington – United Way of King County uses ICC for its network infrastructure.
Washington – A medical hospital implements ICC for its entire network system.
Wyoming – A public library was installed with ICC’s high-performance Category 5e data system.
California – Covina Valley Unified School District integrates ICC for Barrance Elementary School.
California – Covina Valley Unified School District integrates ICC at Cypress Elementary School.
Maryland – A college in Maryland expands its network using ICC.
Maryland – A developer of Malaria vaccines uses ICC structure cabling systems.
Pennsylvania – A Methodist church chooses ICC Category 5e cabling system for its data network.
Colorado – An air force base installs over 800 ICC data drops.
Virginia – A network broadcasting company uses ICC for their data connectivity.
Virginia – An airline, which operates some connections for major airlines installs ICC in their network.
Virginia – A provider of vehicle history reporting uses ICC for their data accessing needs.
Florida – A medical center ICC Category 6 solution in over 300 drops.
California – A home builder specifies ICC in luxury condominiums.
Virginia – One of the largest communications service providers uses ICC in 2400 drops.
Montana – An engineering firm installs ICC’s Category 6 cabling solution.
Maryland – One of the oldest and largest full-service law firms uses ICC at their headquarters.
Maryland – A leading edge consulting company for aerospace, installs ICC’s HiPerlink 1000 solution.
California – An electric company with over 250 drops built its network using ICC’s structured cabling solutions.
Montana – A Middle School utilizes ICC for there entire network infrastructure.
Virginia – A leading provider of engineering consulting services installs ICC high-performance Category 5e system.
California – A leading provider of mortgage services installs ICC and provides Lifetime Warranty.
New York – 800 Category 5e and Category 6 ICC data drops were installed at the famous Wyndham Hotel in Time Square South.
California – A fire station chooses ICC’s their high-performance voice and data network.
California – A fire station re-chooses ICC’s voice and data cabling system for their network.
Maryland – A research company focused on the creation of human cDNAs uses ICC’s CAT6 cabling system.

ICC Releases New 2009 Residential Structured Cabling Catalog

ICC Press Releases

(La Mirada, CA)

ICC’s new 2009 Residential Structured Cabling Solutions catalog is now available. The new catalog offers 36 pages of complete end-to-end residential connectivity solutions for voice, data, audio, video and fiber optic connectivity; perfect for tract, custom, and remodeled homes. With ICC’s broad product offering, high ISO 9001-2000 quality, and aggressive pricing, this professionally designed catalog will give cabling contractors, installers, and residential builders the competitive advantage to promote their businesses and services in this challenging economy. Looking for new products? ICC’s new residential catalog includes new HDMI modular connectors that work with configurable faceplates offering high definition video connectivity at the wall plate. It also features new Category 6e and Category 5e UTP Solid Bulk cables designed for maximum performance and reliability from the distribution center to the living areas. The new residential catalog also includes our very popular 14″, 21″, 28″, and 42″ Net.Media Centers and easy snap-in voice/data/video modules. Finish off installations in the living area with the widest selection of modular connectors, faceplates, wall plates, tools, F-type/RCA/BNC compression connectors, telephone/data patch cords and more. Thousands of contractors, installers, and residential builders have already switched to ICC for our high-performance products and aggressive pricing. Now is the time to request your new 2009 Residential Structured Cabling Solutions catalog and see how you can start saving 30% to 60%. In this economy, that’s savings you can’t afford to miss.