Practical and efficient: Techly's new Hi Speed ​​USB extension cables

Practical and efficient: Techly's new Hi Speed ​​USB extension cables

Practical and efficient

TECHly, always in step with every evolution of the tech world, presents the Hi Speed ​​USB extension cables, ideal for extending the functionality of the USB port of PCs and notebooks.

To work better, especially with the increasingly popular use of smart working, the workstation must be tidy and complete with everything needed. The choice of accessories to equip has therefore become fundamental to be able to work in a functional and efficient environment.

To meet these needs, Techly presents the new USB extensions, excellent for connecting your device to various low-voltage devices. consumption such as mouse, keyboard, printer, card reader etc.

The USB standard has limitations as a simple cable cannot guarantee a strong and stable signal when connecting a computer with a peripheral 5m away. And it is precisely here that the IUSB-REP20TY and IUSB-REP220TY3 active extensions come into play, which allow you to reach the desired devices at a greater length and without signal loss.

Equipped with 1 USB-A connector Male and 1 USB-A Female connector, these cables are capable of connecting a peripheral to a computer with a USB 2.0 port, with data transfer rates up to 480 Mbps.

The first model, IUSB-REP20TY, it can extend the USB signal up to 5 meters, with the possibility of cascading 3 extensions for a total of 15 meters.

On the other hand, for those who need to reach a greater distance, IUSB-REP220TY 3, is the best choice. Increases the range of the USB port by 20 meters and cascades up to 2 extensions for a maximum length of 40 meters.

Compatible with most Windows and Mac operating systems, the line of USB Extension Cables Hi Speed ​​responds carefully to European regulations, to allow use in complete safety.

Go With What You See: How Gome Gomez Optimized the Already Efficient

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When Gome Gomez joined Grupo Tracsa he brought with him a wealth of practical and applied knowledge: an MBA from Harvard Business School and a stretch in private equity at Bain Capital in Hong Kong and Nexxus Capital in Mexico City. Despite his extensive experience, he quickly determined that in order to enhance Grupo Tracsa’s already proficient enterprise, he needed to understand the business from the ground up.

And, in this case, ground up should be taken quite literally: Gomez began by traveling throughout Mexico to visit Grupo Tracsa’s broad range of clients, from a precious metal mine, where he descended half a mile below the earth’s crust, to agave plantations that appeared to extend for miles. Given the breadth of its services, like the provision of heavy machinery and strategic support for an array of industrial activities, Grupo Tracsa impacted many levels of its clients’ businesses which left Gomez questioning how he might improve the chain—so that both customer and supplier were satisfied.

“I wanted to see our machines in action,” says Gomez of his survey. “A pipeline construction project and a large-scale egg producer ostensibly share little in common, except that they both aim to deliver a valuable good to society, and to do this as cost-effectively as possible. Reliable and efficient equipment, which we provide, plays a key role in their production process. A further iteration is providing smart equipment that seamlessly integrates into their overall operation, which in turn gives a customer visibility of their entire value chain, yielding insights for where improvement efforts should be focused.”

Gomez returned to his day-to-day with a basic concept—that customers should spend less time thinking about their hardware and more time thinking about growth—and functionally applied it to the creation of a new unit within the division he led: the inaugural Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Department, within the Product Support Division. Providing telematic monitoring, process digitization, data analytics, and professional advisory for fleet management, Grupo Tracsa’s new division streamlines its clients procedures and simultaneously improves its own output.

For nearly a half-century, Grupo Tracsa has equipped its customers with a value-add and the IIoT division reflects a natural progression of this mission—and it continues to grow: the Product Support division expanded its customer-facing personnel base by approximately 20% in the past year.

“Our goal is to run our business in a more technified, data-driven way,” says Gomez. “Even though our clients have disparate operations and goals, we hope to create a common platform through the integration of new, industrial-grade software and telematic systems that encourage optimization, no matter the process.”

The obvious solutions shouldn’t be discounted and of that Gomez is certain. As he continues to push for innovation at every granular level of Grupo Tracsa’s business, Gomez often returns to the simple idea that sometimes the answer is right in front of you.