ADC to debut data center products at BICSI Winter Conference

January 15, 2009 -- ADC will introduce new TrueNet structured cabling products at the 2009 BICSI Winter Conference in Orlando, Florida, January 18-21.

January 15, 2009 -- ADC will introduce new TrueNet structured cabling products at the 2009 BICSI Winter Conference in Orlando, Florida, January 18-21.

According to the company, the new products include:

-- The CopperTen Dynamic Angle Right/Left Patch Panel: Available in a 1RU 24-port and 2RU 48-port panel, this solution features ADC's patented angle right/left design that eases stress on patch cords and allows for optimal cable management. An integral part of ADC's TrueNet structured cabling system, this CopperTen patch panel optimizes next generation 10G transmission performance and advances angled solutions for the data center and LAN environments.

-- The CopperTen 1RU 48-Port Plug-and-Play Patch Panel: Provides high density 10Gb/s performance for data centers. Installed with ADC's new CopperTen Right Angled Augmented Category 6 Jack (listed below) and rear wire manager, the 1RU 48-port design provides maximum performance and density in a smaller footprint.

-- The CopperTen Augmented Category 6 Right Angle UTP and F/UTP RJ45 Jacks: These right angle jacks feature a low profile design that guarantees maximum throughput. The jacks offer a 45-degree, silver-plated Insulation Displacement Contact (IDC) ensuring a secure, reliable connection while meeting all of the requirements for Augmented Category 6 cabling.

ADC contends that its TrueNet products and cabling systems provide the specialized design, greater performance and higher density required by today's data centers to support their broad range of equipment, applications and bandwidth speeds.

"Today's data center customers demand highly reliable and energy efficient solutions that provide optimal performance without compromising density and manageability," comments M. H. Raza, vice president of Enterprise Business for ADC. "Our solutions are designed with industry-leading cable management that improves passive airflow significantly which reduces the energy it takes to cool a data center, saving money and the environment."

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