TELE-FONIKA Kable Wins Tender for 220kV Cable System for Pumped Storage Power Plant

Wednesday, Sep 30, 2009
TELE-FONIKA Kable has won a tender for the delivery of a 220 kV cable system for the Porąbka – Żar Complex of Pumped Storage Power Plants. Within the framework of the project implemented by Elektrobudowa S.A., TELE-FONIKA will deliver and install a complete system based on the XnRUHAKXS 1×400/120 127/220 kV cable and Pfisterer accessories.
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TELE-FONIKA Kable Wins Tender for 220kV Cable System for Pumped Storage Power Plant

Wednesday, Sep 30, 2009
TELE-FONIKA Kable has won a tender for the delivery of a 220 kV cable system for the Porąbka – Żar Complex of Pumped Storage Power Plants. Within the framework of the project implemented by Elektrobudowa S.A., TELE-FONIKA will deliver and install a complete system based on the XnRUHAKXS 1×400/120 127/220 kV cable and Pfisterer accessories.
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LS Cable Gets US$11.7 Million Order from Siemens

Tuesday, Sep 29, 2009
LS Cable Ltd. (KSE: 006260), South Korea’s biggest cable and wire manufacturer, said Tuesday it has won a 14 billion won (US$11.7 million) order from Germany’s Siemens AG to supply cables for railroads.
The order calls for LS Cable to provide electricity and telecommunications cables for a railway construction by Siemens in Saudi Arabia by the end of November, the South Korean company said in a statement.
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Draka Communications Launches 300 lb Drop Cable with Bend Insensitive Fiber

Monday, Sep 28, 2009
Draka Communications – Americas announces an extension to its line of ezPREP® Central Loose Tube fiber optic drop cables by launching a new 300 lb. tensile rated design with a choice of three different levels of bend insensitive fiber. In September 2009, Draka and Tyco held a joint national webinar through OSP Magazine to educate the market on smaller and lighter outdoor cables and the associated hardware that would soon be available. These products are made possible in large part due to bend insensitive fibers and are an important part of the market’s desire to install environmentally friendly telecommunications networks.
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Southwire Broadens Product Offering With Maxis Acquisition

Thursday, Sep 24, 2009
Southwire Company today completed its acquisition of the assets of Phoenix, AZ based Maxis LLC. Founded by electrical contractors nearly 8 years ago, Maxis is known for applying leading-edge technology and years of practical experience to the development of tools and equipment used in the installation and management of electrical wire and cable products.
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Software Development Requires Performance

Wednesday, Sep 23, 2009
The Swiss software developer Finnova decided on a highly productive communication network made by Dätwyler Cables for the company’s new premises. The network comprises an Unilan Prime Solution (PS) GG45 system for the horizontal cabling as well as pre-assembled fiber optic cables for the backbone and server room cabling.
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