ADC Corp. recently introduced the TrueNet structured cabling system, the integrated portfolio of enterprise network...
December 3, 2004
ADC Corp. recently introduced the TrueNet structured cabling system, the integrated portfolio of enterprise network products from ADC and the Krone Group, which it recently acquired.
The TrueNet system includes an assortment of fiber, 10 Gigabit Ethernet over UTP copper and Category 6/5e cabling offerings.
“There has been a clear global move towards branded end-to-end systems and the trend seems set to continue with more suppliers offering both cable and connectivity,” said Lone Hansen, research manager with industry analyst firm BSRIA.
The TrueNet Structured Cabling System is an end-to-end system designed to meet the unique network infrastructure needs of enterprises, ADC said.
“Mission-critical applications and high-speed, highly reliable networks depend upon innovative infrastructure that exceeds industry standards and supports advanced protocols,” said Bob Kenny, vice president of global enterprise product management.
“TrueNet allows enterprises to push networks to the performance edge, and future-proof network infrastructure for emerging technologies such as VoIP and WiFi.”
The system includes ADC’s patent-pending CopperTen, which the company says is the world’s first UTP systems to deliver all internal requirements of Category 6 while achieving 18 Gigabits per second capacity up to 625 MHz.