comCables intros proprietary patch panel line

March 1, 2010
comCables (Denver, CO) announced the full release of its Crescendo patch panel line

DENVER, CO -- comCables announced the full release of its Crescendo patch panel line, add to the company's extensive product offering. The company says the new product complements existing patch panels currently available for purchase.

According to the company, the Crescendo patch panel will allow for a more efficient installation than traditional patch panels because of an installer-friendly connector design. Additionally, installers are able to terminate in-line as opposed to splitting pairs. It is available in 24 and 48 port options for both category 5e cable and category 6 cable, respectively. The patch panel includes a patch cord management attachment that will keep the installation clean and neat.

“The Crescendo patch panel will dramatically improve electrical and IDC performance,” said Tom McAllister, comCables' director of manufacturing sales, “And, will decrease the amount of time required for installation of this product.”

Target markets for the new product are cabling installers, electricians focused on low voltage installations, technology contractors, and telecommunications consultants. The patch panels are in stock and available for purchase through www.comCables.com or by contacting comCables at (866) 302-3301.

Information about comCables is available from Brian Zabroski at [email protected] or (303) 952-1735.

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