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Panduit releases new 10G shielded copper cabling system

Panduit Corp. today released the TX6 10GIG Shielded Copper Cabling System, an end-to-end 10 Gigabit Ethernet offeri...


January 5, 2007  


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Panduit Corp. today released the TX6 10GIG Shielded Copper Cabling System, an end-to-end 10 Gigabit Ethernet offering that provides alien crosstalk performance beyond 500 MHz.

The system delivers ETL and Delta tested performance in a 4-connector channel up to 100 meters and according to the company, exceeds the requirements of the TIA/EIA 568-B.2-AD10 and ISO 11801 Class EA Edition 2.1 draft proposals, as well as the IEEE 802.3an-2006 ratified standard for supporting 10GBASE-T transmission over twisted-pair cabling systems.

The TX6 10GIG Shielded Copper Cabling System is available globally for use in data centre server links and high-end workstations where suppression of electromagnetic/radio frequency interference, increased transmission performance and security are critical.

Copper cable is available in plenum, riser and LSZH fire ratings in order to meet all regional requirements, the company said.