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.
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