General Cable to unveil GenSPEED 10 MTP Cat 6A at BICSI

Dec. 11, 2008
December 11, 2008--General Cable will unveil its GenSPEED 10 MTP Category 6A 10 Gig cable, featuring the new Mosaic Crossblock technology, at the 2009 Winter BICSI in Orlando, FL, January 18-21. Mosaic Twisted Pair (MTP) technology provides an Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) cable that performs like a Shielded or Foiled Twisted Pair (STP/FTP) cable.

December 11, 2008--General Cable will unveil its GenSPEED 10 MTP Category 6A 10 Gig cable, featuring the new Mosaic Crossblock technology, at the 2009 Winter BICSI in Orlando, FL, January 18-21. Mosaic Twisted Pair (MTP) technology provides an Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) cable that performs like a Shielded or Foiled Twisted Pair (STP/FTP) cable.

"We are pleased to introduce a truly groundbreaking technology," says Bob Kenny, vice president and general manager/datacom products. "With standards for 10 Gigabit over copper now complete, the timing of this innovation could not be better." Kenny claims, "End users will now have unprecedented headroom in a cable that has a significantly reduced footprint. This is a game changer within our market."

For complete details, visit the General Cable booth (#712) at BICSI, or visit www.generalcable.com

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