Indian structured cabling market fields new competitor

Cadyce, a networking company based in Bangalore, has announced its entry into the Indian structured cabling market.

Sep 5th, 2013

Cadyce, a networking company based in Bangalore, India, announced its entry into the Indian structured cabling market, with products including keystone jacks, faceplates, Cat 6 patch cords, Cat 6 patch panels, Cat 6 cable boxes, and also cable management tools such as network cable testers, RJ-11/RJ-45 crimping tools and punch-down tools.

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Cadyce bills its end-to-end structured cabling solutions line as "professionally certified and affordable." All products have been tested in extreme conditions and are CE and FCC-certified.

"We are very happy to enter the structured cabling market in India," comments Nacheeket Nilekar, director of sales at Cadyce. "We at Cadyce have understood the importance of structured cabling in any networking system. [Our] products are specifically designed to provide system integrators with an easier and highly efficient method of structured cabling installation. Our expanded range of structured cabling products combines cable connectivity and cable management."

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Source:CIOL (India)

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