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Siemon cabling system installed at Vodafone’s Italian headquarters

Vodafone, has chosen a Siemon category 7A cabling system for the network infrastructure at its new 67,000 square metre Italian headquarters; the Vodafone Village in Milan.


January 10, 2013  


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Vodafone, has chosen a Siemon category 7A cabling system for the network infrastructure at its new 67,000 square metre Italian headquarters; the Vodafone Village in Milan.

Approximately 20,000 category 7A TERA outlets and 1,000 kilometers of 1000 MHz category 7A TERA cable were used to build the network at the new campus, which houses Vodafone’s Milan-based workforce. 

Modern IT systems were required to support all daily business operations and serve several thousand employees in offices, call centres and other locations across the campus including a 400-seat auditorium for external events.  

In the office environment, standard 4-pair patch cords are in use, enabling Vodafone to take advantage of a future 10 Gbps PC connection.