Next Generation of Network Cabling Set to Revolutionize Regional Communications
Bayanat-Data Processing Systems (DPS), the region’s foremost integrator of avionics and advanced airport systems, and Nexans Cabling Solutions, the global leader in the cabling industry, say their network cable solutions are ready to meet the challenges of distance, capacity, and installation in a variety of commercial, educational, and residential environments across the Middle East.
Airports, factories, shopping malls, hotels, sports facilities, and schools are just a few of the many organizations in demand of the world’s latest standards in the cabling industry of CLASS F known as Category 7.
“Network infrastructure is critical to the operation of any commercial, residential, or educational enterprise, because it enables or restricts the organizations ability to communicate effectively,” says Georges Hannouche, managing director of Abu Dhabi-based DPS.
The Category 7 standards represent the highest bandwidth cabling available today on the market and has been ratified by ISO/IEC 11801 and the CENELEC- 50173 since 2002, and is gaining increasing recognition in the Middle East due to the new application of the 10GB Ethernet.
“Nexans’ Intelligent Enterprise solution will revolutionize network cabling by making networks operate more intelligently and safely, ensuring that Network Managers will have full control of their IT infrastructure,” added Hannouche.
Category 7 cabling technology accommodates up to 1000 MHz of bandwidth, the most for any type of copper cabling. Previous cabling technologies were based on conservative performance standards, such as Category 5e - 100 MHz, and Category 6 - 250 MHz.
“The impact that the ‘Category 7 solutions’ will have on the market is immense because it will remove current network barriers such as Alien Crosstalk (outside interference) ensuring the user has a secure and reliable solution in place,” said Tarek Helmy, regional director, Nexans Cabling Solutions.
Having delivered airport technology solutions for Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Fujairah and Sharjah airports in the UAE alone, DPS is the leading integrator of Special Airport infrastructures that include Flight Information Display Systems, Check-in and Baggage Handling Solutions, Instrument Landing Systems, radars, simulators and network infrastructures.
Picture caption: Left to right Mr. Georges Hannouche, managing director, Bayanat-DPS with Mr. Mark Rogers, general manager, Nexans Cabling Solutions
Bayanat - Data Processing Systems (DPS) has spent 20 years providing high-level engineering and support services across a wide range of applications, including complex data communication & telecommunication networks; turnkey airport systems; building low current infrastructure; and integrated IT solutions.
With headquarters in Abu Dhabi and a branch office in Dubai, Bayanat-DPS is a leading Systems Integrator with highly trained engineers and consultants, providing state-of-the-art technologies from leading international companies. Quality, service and product reliability are its major concerns. For more information, please visit: www.dpsuae.com
Nexans is the worldwide leader in the cable industry. The Group brings an extensive range of advanced copper and optical fiber cable solutions to the infrastructure, industry and building markets. Nexans cables and cabling systems can be found in every area of people's lives, from telecommunications and energy networks, to aeronautics, aerospace, automobile, railways, building, petrochemical, medical applications, etc. With an industrial presence in 29 countries and commercial activities in 65 countries, Nexans employs 20,000 people and had sales in 2004 of euros 4.9 billion. Nexans is listed on the Paris stock exchange. More information on www.nexans.com
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