R&M is set to unveil the latest solutions in its flagship PRIME ODF, Polaris, Netscale, and POLAN product ranges at the prestigious CABLEXX 2021, taking place in Egypt on the 5th and 6th of April. Participating as a Gold Sponsor at the event, R&M is set to demonstrate its leadership across all three areas of structured cabling – data centers, public networks, and LAN – with the launch of its latest generation of solutions that include industry leading features such as high-density, modularity, customizability and ease of installation.
R&M’s presence at CABLEXX 2021 marks the first time that the company has been physical present at a key industry since the outbreak of the pandemic. In addition to the company CEO, Michel Riva attending the event, top regional R&M executives will also be at CABLEXX in-person.
Commenting on this, Nabil Khalil, Executive Vice-President of R&M Middle East, Turkey and Africa said, “Our presence at CABLEXX this year is especially significant and represents our continued commitment to supporting and advancing the structured cabling industry in the region. This event offers us with the perfect platform to introduce several of our innovative solutions in the region. Along with this, we will focus on educating the market with in-depth technical demonstration centered around the latest trends in data centers.”
Regional Product Launches
R&M is set to unveil the latest enhancements to a number of its cabling solution ranges at CABLEXX 2021. Among these are:
PRIME ODF: The compact and versatile PRIME optical distribution modules (ODF) are suitable for the flexible use of fiber optic terminations. They enable fast and simple installation in cramped environments as well as at sites with high fiber density. The tool-free system approach and the high modularity guarantee uncomplicated migration into new and existing network infrastructures.
Netscale: The latest 48, 72 and 120 variants of R&M’s flagship Netscale range offer the highest density of FO ports and can be used to create large spine-leaf network architectures in cloud data centers and facilitate fast migration to new network generations, such as the step from 10 Gigabit to 40 or 100 Gigabit capacity.
Polaris: The extended Polaris range with FO terminal boxes is designed to supply large and small buildings with Fiber to the Home (FTTH). The fiber optic terminal boxes help network operators to connect and manage the growing number of FO cables in the tightest of spaces. The smallest variant can accommodate up to four adapters for FTTH subscribers, the largest up to 36 adapters or 288 splice connections.
POLAN: In modern offices, the combination of consolidation points (CP) and Passive Optical LAN (POLAN) is an alternative to FTTD (Fiber to the Desk). The U-Box from R&M forms the basis of this installation-friendly alternative and by delivering savings in both capital and operating expenditure, offers considerably reduced capital expenses in the total cost of ownership.
“The global pandemic has highlighted the importance of IT and networks in keeping governments, businesses and communities connected. It is our goal at R&M to play a lead role in enabling organizations to successfully achieve their ongoing digitization,” said Khalil.