Belkin introduces new cable range in EMEA

Connectivity solutions vendor Belkin has launched a comprehensive range of multi-mode and single-mode fibre optic patch cables in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) market.

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By  Stuart Wilson Published  June 11, 2006

Connectivity solutions vendor Belkin has launched a comprehensive range of multi-mode and single-mode fibre optic patch cables in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) market. According to Belkin, the fibre cables are well suited for high-bandwidth applications and situations requiring complete protection from electrical interference, maximising the potential of network equipment and transmitting data at superior speeds. “Fibre cables provide customers with a reliable and versatile channel for data transmission,” said Andre van Rensburg, country manager for Belkin Middle East and Africa. “They are the future of network cables and as such a necessary part of our connectivity portfolio. Fibre optic cables are a natural next step for us.” Capable of transmitting data at speeds of up to 10Gbps, fibre far exceeds the bandwidth of today’s CAT5e and CAT6 copper cabling, providing companies that use fibre with the opportunity to grow as data speed requirements increase. Fibre cables are typically used in inter-server room and telecommunications connections requiring high bandwidth support and avoiding bottlenecks at the most critical network communication points. Each Belkin fibre cable is factory tested and comes with a lifetime guarantee. The company claims that its new range delivers premium quality, reliability and performance at non-premium prices. The Belkin fibre optic patch cables come in three major groups: 62.5/125um multimode (MMF), 50/124um multimode (MMF) and 8.3/125um singlemode (SMF) with different connectors and in several lengths.

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