comCables expands product offering

Jan. 18, 2010
At the 2010 BICSI Winter Conference in Orlando, comCables (Denver, CO) announced an expansion of its structured cabling solutions product offering.

ORLANDO, FL --comCables (Denver, CO) announced at the 2010 BICSI Winter Conference the expansion of its structured cabling solutions product offering. New products that have been added include, but are not limited to, high performance data jacks, a high density rapid punch tool, flat patch cords, Category 6 cable and Category 6 connectivity.

“We continue to build on our already extensive product line to serve our customers’ needs,” says Andy Work, comCables' Director of Product Management. “These additional products will give our customers more choice and more options as their data communications needs grow."

To highlight the new product offering, comCables also announced the release of its 2010 Structured Cabling Solutions Catalog. The full color, 88 page catalog displays all the pertinent product offerings needed for typical telecom or datacom installations, says the company.

Greg Greenwood, comCables President and CEO, adds, “This newly designed catalog will become a valuable reference for our customers. It is able to combine engineering data and ordering information in a user-friendly catalog.”

The new catalog is available on line at:
http://www.comcables.com/data/images/comCables_V.10.1.pdf.

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