R&M looks to make an impact this week

The Swiss structured cabling company will showcase its range of data center products.

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R&M looks to make an impact this week Labry: R&M is keen to bring new products to the regional market.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 14, 2012

Reichle & De-Massari (R&M), the Swiss structured cabling company, is looking to make an impact at GITEX Technology Week with its range of data center products and space saving solutions. The company is also demonstrating the Street Cabinet and Splice Closure Single Circuit Management (SCM) solutions and the Optical Distribution Frame, which are utilised in FTTH deployments.

R&M offers customiszed pre-terminated cables for ease of installation and maintenance. The high density data centre solutions give companies a path for the migration from 10 GbE to 40 or even 100GbE deployments.

The company has announced that it will bring to market by 2013 the R&Mfreenet uniPhy system, which allows Automated Infrastructure Management (AIM) functions to be retrofitted to standard R&M platforms. This system consists of two key components: R&Mfreenet uniPhy Manage, a software application for the management of physical infrastructures, and R&Mfreenet uniPhy Monitor for realtime acquisition of network connectivity which takes place using RFID technology.

“We are very happy to bring new products out into the Middle East because this market has always been very eager to deploy the very latest technology solutions. By exhibiting our products at a high profile event such as GITEX, we hope to engage with both customers and partners in order to forge new partnerships to help further promote the R&M brand,” says Jean-Pierre Labry, executive vice president of R&M Middle East and Africa.

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