Moves, Adds & Changes

ADC Telecommunications (Minneapolis, MN) and Nokia Telecommunications (Finland) have signed a preliminary agreement to jointly develop products for the global cable TV and telecommunications markets. The move is expected to provide global exposure for ADC`s Homeworx as an integrated voice, data and video platform.

ADC Telecommunications (Minneapolis, MN) and Nokia Telecommunications (Finland) have signed a preliminary agreement to jointly develop products for the global cable TV and telecommunications markets. The move is expected to provide global exposure for ADC`s Homeworx as an integrated voice, data and video platform.

Technical Aids Inc. (Newark, NJ), a manufacturer of cable harnesses and cable/connector assemblies, has moved to its own 10,000-square-foot building. The new location is at 221 Bergen St., Newark, NJ 07103. For more information, call (201) 824-8005, or fax (201) 624-9026.

Newport Corp. (Irvine, CA), a manufacturer of laser and optical equipment, has introduced a new line of optical fibers, including communication-grade fibers, erbium-doped amplifier fiber, polarization-preserving singlemode fiber, power-delivery fibers, sensor-grade fibers and selected cut-off singlemode fibers. For more product information, or a price quotation, contact Newport Corp. at (800) 222-6440.

Triangle Wire & Cable Inc. (Lincoln, RI), in order to better focus on its wire and cable business, is selling its equipment used in manufacturing steel strip and conduit and closing its manufacturing operation in Glen Dale, WV.

Thomas & Betts Corp. (Memphis, TN), a producer of electrical and electronic connectors and components, has announced its intention to acquire Catamount Manufacturing Inc. (Orange, MA), a maker of cable ties, wire connectors and other hardware.

Telecommunications Techniques Corp. (Germantown, MD), a manufacturer of communications test equipment, has acquired Tele-path Industries Inc. (Salem, VA), a supplier of ISDN and T-Carrier test products. The acquisition extends TTC`s market to the regional Bell operating companies and other communications service providers in the United States and Canada.

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