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Siemon introduces new angled versions of Ultra High-Density 48-Port, 1U Z-MAX patch panels

The Siemon Company has launched an angled version of their Z-MAX modular patch panel. Designed to support both the shielded and UTP versions of Siemon's 10 Gb/s Z-MAX 6A network cabling offering, the new panels meet or exceed all 10GBASE-T and...


March 1, 2010  


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The Siemon Company has launched an angled version of their Z-MAX modular patch panel. Designed to support both the shielded and UTP versions of Siemon’s 10 Gb/s Z-MAX 6A network cabling offering, the new panels meet or exceed all 10GBASE-T and category 6A/class EA performance requirements, the company says.

In addition the UTP angled Z-MAX panels can be used with category 6 UTP Z-MAX panel outlets and pre-terminated trunking assemblies.

Available in ultra high-density 48 port 1U and 24 port 1U versions, the new configuration allows patch cords to be routed directly into vertical cable managers, eliminating the need for additional horizontal cable managers and saving valuable rack space. This not only provides increased density, but also offers more aesthetically pleasing patch cord management.

The Siemon Company

www.siemon.com