The new dealer catalogue for copper, fibre optic and coaxial cables of the Multimedia Solutions Division (MMS) of the Prysmian Group is now available. The catalogue is now available for download to all interested parties. From the 2nd quarter of 2021, the 90-page product catalogue will also be available as a print version.
MMS offers a broad portfolio of high-quality products to wholesalers, resellers or original equipment manufacturers, as well as to anyone who needs network solutions to conduct their business. With greater bandwidth, longer life, superior reliability and other benefits, Draka cables provide the foundation to successfully meet current and future needs.
In the first part of the catalogue, on pages 6 to 35, MMS presents its comprehensive portfolio of copper data cables. The installation and patch cables of the Draka UC brand in categories 5e to 8.2 offer outstanding performance and reliability for different applications and enable the highest transmission rates.
Starting on page 36, customers can get a detailed overview of all currently available fibre optic data cables. Draka UCFIBRE fibre optic cables support the latest transmission methods up to 400 Gbit and even 800 Gbit Ethernet. Especially in today's Local Area Networks (LANs) - in building cabling and at the secondary level - fibre optic technology is the undisputed number 1.
The third part (pages 52 to 75) shows the data cables currently available for special applications. Here customers will find copper and fibre optic cable solutions for data centres, the home, industry or long reach applications. The special cables are characterised by high bandwidths, special durability and simple installation and thus offer investment security.
Starting on page 76, the dealer catalogue is dedicated to coax cables. Draka's CATV/antenna cables transmit data in TV and modern multimedia applications in the highest quality. They meet the requirements of network operators with regard to new applications in cable TV networks such as broadband internet and services.
The MMS BU develops, produces and sells fibre optic, coaxial and copper cables. From cables for TV and film studios and wide area communications for rail networks and in tunnels to light signals, switch drives and mobile communications, MMS focuses on innovation to lay the foundation today for future communications solutions. Although almost everyone uses a mobile phone these days, the vast majority of applications still run over wired infrastructures.