R&M Highlights Its Network Cabling Solution At BISCI Seminar


Swiss cabling systems provider, R&M, made their presence known in the BICSI India Satellite Seminar held at Chennai. The Seminar touched upon key topics of next generation Data center solutions as well as cabling infrastructure management for intelligent building.

Shajan George, Technical Director at R&M India presented on the topic ‘IEEE 802.3bt 4PPoE Standard: New requirements for LAN cabling’ giving key importance to the impact and newer requirements of LAN Cabling. The event witnessed industry leaders, policy makers, innovators, manufacturers and partners from cabling installation for LAN and data center design segment as well as partners across the Indian Information and Communications Technology (ICT) community.

Interacting with the crowd at the seminar, Shajan George, Technical Director at R&M India said, “The rise in demand for communication infrastructure has provided us with an opportunity to come up with premium products having innovative functionality. Insulation Displacement Contact technology is better for future 4PPoE. Power over Ethernet (PoE) with high currents in continuous operation requires optimal termination technology. After a detailed analysis, R&M introduced quality seal for PoE range called PowerSafe.”

He further added, “BICSI has given us the perfect platform to showcase our robust products and to propagate our knowledge to industry trend setters. R&M always focus on delivering reliable and sustainable solutions that ensure ROI as well as maintain long term customer relationship.”

R&M team displayed PowerSafe products at the event. BICSI is the perfect platform for R&M to showcase their leading-edge products and to gauge traction from target audience. R&M is considered as first choice for network cabling solutions. The capability of providing fiber & copper solutions and innovative products as per industry standards with after sales support, assisting in growth & expansion plans etc. makes them distinctive.

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