PAKEDGE INTRODUCES NEW FIBER-OPTIC CABLES TO THE A/V MARKET

Certified to Work with Pakedge Routers and Switches

Hayward, CA - Pakedge Device & Software is launching its own brand of fiber-optic cables for residential and commercial AV projects. Certified to work with Pakedge routers, switches, and GBICs, the new cables will optimise performance in networks by providing an improved A/V experience for the end-user.


Fiber-optic cables offer multiple benefits over copper Ethernet cables, including less electromagnetic interference, greater speed capabilities (up to 10 Gbps), greater bandwidth, greater durability, less signal degradation, elimination of heat dissipation, and less transmission power.

The release of the fiber-optic cables gives dealers the peace of mind of knowing that even their cables are designed to be compatible with their network. The new cables also offer convenience, allowing integrators to turn to Pakedge for a one-stop shop to save time and thereby maximize the profitability of their installation jobs.

Nick Phillips, Vice President of Sales at Pakedge, calls the latest release "another step towards a seamless installation experience."

Pakedge-Compatible Fiber Optic Cables are supplied in lengths of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 25, 50, 75, 100, 200, 300, and 400 meters to provide a choice of flexible installation options. Custom-length cables are also available; integrators can call Pakedge Sales at +1 (650) 385-8702, email sales@pakedge.com for pricing, or take a look at www.pakedge.com.

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