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CommScope: new line of fiber optic node cables for cable TV

Leading fiber optic cable manufacturer CommScope, Inc., announced 1 May 2003 that it is now offering fiber optic node cables and components to its Multiple System Operator (MSO) customers. CommScope w…

Leading fiber optic cable manufacturer CommScope, Inc., announced 1 May 2003 that it is now offering fiber optic node cables and components to its Multiple System Operator (MSO) customers. CommScope will be displaying these and other products at stand #1760 at the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers“ (SCTE) Cable-Tec Expo Show in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on 12-14 May 2003. The fiber optic node cables are manufactured using LightScope ZWP(R) technology which is available with flexible connector and node interface options. The cables may be used to connect the optical distribution node to the backbone optical fiber used in broadband cable TV networks. The fiber component product line consists of a broad range of integrated fiber management, connection and apparatus products designed to be sold with CommScope“s fiber optic node cables. These components are selected to match typical equipment used within Hybrid Fiber Coaxial (HFC) networks and are a natural addition to CommScope“s line of fiber optic cables. “By offering fiber components along with our fiber optic cables,” said Jim Hughes, Senior Vice President for North American Broadband Sales. “CommScope has taken another step forward to broaden our HFC product line to service the needs of our MSO customers. Once again, CommScope is building upon the state-of-the-art technologies and product designs available from OFS to support our industry“s ongoing headend and network evolution.” Through its relationship with OFS, CommScope has an ownership interest in the world“s second largest producer of fiber optic cable as well as access to a broad array of connectivity components and technologically advanced optical fibers, including the zero water peak optical fibers used in the production of the LightScope ZWP(R) cables.

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