Cable Technology Feature Article
June 01, 2009
DIGITUS Hails Fiber Optic Offerings
By Jai C.S., TMCnet Contributor
DIGITUS, a well-recognized brand of ASSMANN Electronic GmbH, an ISO-certified company focused in computer accessories and network solutions supplying IT distributors and key accounts globally, says it offers a complete range of fiber optic components.
Fiber optic components and cables play a vital role in communications technology for transferring information over long distances with a high bandwidth. Single mode fiber optics can bridge distances of up to 30 km without signal amplification.
Today, the Fiber optic cables are well used in data transmission networks with practically every network standard. The Fiber Distributed Data Interface is used, for example as a standard for local computer networks based on fiber optic cables. Fiber optic cables in long range transmission networks are operated with the DWDM procedure which facilitates huge transmission capacity.
With almost sixteen years of successful presence in the international market, DIGITUS brand range of products comprise of Active and passive network components, KVMs, USB and Firewire products, cables, adapters and connectors, ATA/SCSI products, peripherals, notebook, PDA, computer and multimedia accessories are supplied both for private consumers and professional users.
DIGITUS Professional offers its customers the entire range of fiber optic components, starting with patch and laying cables with the various fiber optic cores, pigtails, couplings and push-on connectors, splice boxes and finishing with accessories.
The development of fiber optic networks for private connections is reportedly well promoted in the last few years, especially in Japan, the USA, Italy and in Scandinavia. Buildings are connected directly to fiber optic cables, which are mentioned as Fiber-to-the-Home.
“We allow our customers to create a network as modern as possibly with materials from one source,” said Mehmet Kalle, business development manager at DIGITUS.
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Jai C.S. is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Jai's articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Michael Dinan