Reichle & De-Massari debut new cabling range

Company is revealing modular, upgradeable solutions for oil and gas sector

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Reichle & De-Massari debut new cabling range Reiche & De-Massari have revealed a new range of high performance cables for the oil and gas industry.
By  Georgina Enzer Published  December 12, 2010

Reichle & De-Massari, the Swiss structured cabling specialist, is introducing a new range of high performance cabling for the oil and gas sector.

The company's new modular cabling solutions are designed to be future-proof, durable and reliable, even in the harsh environmental conditions that plague the oil and gas industry.

"Oil and gas operations are characterised by harsh or changing environmental conditions due to their remote locations.  As a result they require easy to install, zero defect components from their passive and active network components. This is imperative to assure faultless performance in remote locations with limited technical support and safeguard against connection failures," said Jean Pierre Labry, managing director of R&M Middle East and Africa.

The Swiss cabling company's new products also offer a three level security system for its fibre and copper connectors.

All components used in their cabling are Swiss manufactured and compliant to industry standards such as ISO/IEC. 

R&M also offer guidance for the oil and gas sector from country offices in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt as well as their certified in-country installation partners throughout the Middle East and Africa region.

"We advise oil and gas companies not to compromise on its network infrastructure and install a future proof network of the highest cabling specifications. The deployment of modular cabling is the foundation of a network scalable to effectively handle future network demands.  By installing modular cabling, future applications can be adopted with minimal investment as well as allowing for faster broadband transmission speeds," said Labry.

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