Data Jack

Data Jack

(hardware)
A wall-mounted or desk-mounted connector (frequently a wide telephone-style 8-pin RJ-45) for connecting to data cabling in a building.
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ONE man who will not be part of the SIS revolution in Salford is director of sports data Jack Davison, who has been recruited to the new role of chief commercial officer at Betgenius, which provides data-driven software to the sports-betting industry.
They don't require power cords and can be connected in any place where a VoIP data jack is available, all the while maintaining individual users' features and memory.
The hotel has specific business rooms, which feature a data jack for personal computers, a fax machine with printer and copier, and art ergonomic chair.
Director of Engineering for ISSI Data Jack Bogart notes, "Based on requirements we've been presented recently, demands for massively larger volumes of data storage in very complex environments with a limited footprint make the Tapestry drive a product whose time has come.
Other events will be added soon, says new director of sports data Jack Davison, and ultimately other sports.
The hub, included with the cart, plugs into a data jack that allows a connection to the network backbone.
If working in the office means participating in a conference, this does not warrant an office for the day, it gets the group a conference room and a few 25 square foot docking stations with a data jack and a telephone.
Corporate travellers have access to specially designed business rooms, which have a data jack for computers, fax machines with a printer and copier, an ergonomic chair and a telephone with voice mail.
In addition, each connection is color-coded: The phone jack is always gray; the data jack is always red; the printer is blue; and the modem is white.
Windgate Ranch residents will simply plug their computer into a data jack built into the home and they are ready to enjoy dedicated high-speed Internet access.