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JDR Cables completes £30 Million investment in Hartlepool plant

By admin, May 7, 2012 7:36 am

Monday, May 07, 2012

JDR Cables, the leading provider of specialist high performance subsea cables and umbilical systems for the offshore oil, gas and renewables market, is delighted to announce that it has completed investment of £30 million in its Hartlepool plant, bringing the company into a new phase of growth.

The substantial investment in the Hartlepool plant, which employs 140 people from the local community, demonstrates that JDR Cables is now firmly positioned asa world class supplier of subsea umbilicals and power cables to the oil, gas and renewables industries.

JDR, which is the UK’s sole supplier of sub-sea array cable, is near completion of delivery of more than 200 kilometres of cables for one of the world’s largest offshore wind farm installations, the London Array project, and was recently awarded a contract for Dong Energy’s Gunfleet Sands wind farm project.

Andrew J. best online casino . Norman, CEO of JDR Cables said:

“We are delighted to have achieved this significant milestone at our Hartlepool plant, which positions us as a key supplier to the UK round three and Scottish territorial wind farm projects, in cooperation with other UK based suppliers. casino . JDR Cables’ significant investment in manufacturing infrastructure at Hartlepool has materially improved our ability to deliver major contracts to clients. JDR is now well positioned to take advantage of the pipeline of opportunities in our core markets as a result of this substantial investment.”

JDR Cables was the 2010 winner of the Queen’s Award for export and is currently bidding on UK, European and US renewable projects. The company has been supported by a grant from the UK Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) to evaluate future potential sub-sea cable and manufacturing technologies.

 

Source: JDR Cables

RF Industries Reports First Quarter Results

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Alcan Cable Announces Cable Price Increase Effective March 6, 2012

By admin, March 6, 2012 8:52 am

Tuesday, Mar 06, 2012

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Source: Alcan Cable

GREENPAS – a new generation of conductors for overhead lines

By admin, March 5, 2012 11:46 am

Monday, Mar 05, 2012

Cables GREENPAS manufactured by TELE-FONIKA Kable have a unique three-layer structure of the insulation. The core wire is a conductor of an alloy of Al-Mg-Si, which is sealed with a special swelling powder, serving as a barrier preventing longitudinal migration of moisture. Semi-conducting layer, which is imposed on the wire, is responsible for the uniform distribution of electric field. Another insulating layer is a thermoplastic polyethylene LDPE. The outer casing is made of thermoplastic HDPE immunized to UV radiation and weathering. Just through the use of thermoplastic polyethylene it is possible to lead a full recycling of materials after usage. Compared to traditional PAS wires (with one layer of insulation) the cables GREENPAS – due to used three-layer structure – are characterized by higher insulation resistance and insulation resistance to partial discharges and sliding discharges, what is the reason that the wires are substantially less damageable than PAS wires, and provide a longer period of safe operation.

Source: TELE-FONIKA Kable

Repairs to Submerged Internet Cable in Kenyan Port May Take Three Weeks

By admin, February 29, 2012 1:55 pm

It may take a full three weeks to repair a submerged Internet cable that was damaged recently by an anchor in the Kenyan port of Mombasa, according to news reports. The damaged cable has led to major delays in Internet service provided to Kenya and nearby nations.

The BBC reported that Internet connections are running 20 percent slower in Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzania, Ethiopia and South Sudan’s capital, Juba.

The 3,000-mile cable reaches from Mombasa to the United Arab Emirates, and it was installed in 2008 and 2009. It cost $130 million to build, and is owned by The East African Marine System (TEAMS). To give an idea of the importance of three underwater cables, the number of Internet subscriptions in Kenya increased from 1.8 million to 3.1 million in the year after the cables were installed, according to The BBC.

As of early this week, about 10 percent of the cable was working which allowed for the cable to be used for “crucial services such as banking,” says the AFP News Agency. The BBC reports that Internet providers and mobile phone operators were re-routed to other infrastructure which escaped damage by the dropped anchor.

In comments made to The Guardian, Toby Shapshak, editor of Stuff magazine in South Africa, said that, “This reveals how fragile the physical infrastructure for Africa’s internet access is. Because of the distances involved, the primary connections, in the main, are undersea cables which can be easily disrupted by a careless anchor.”

“But it does show there has been progress in African connectivity,” he added. “Losing 20 percent of East Africa’s connectivity is a lot better than losing all of it, as would’ve been the case had this happened a few years ago.”

TEAMS is partly owned by the Kenyan government, according to a report carried on TMCnet.

In a related matter, on Feb. 17 another ship’s anchor cut the cables of Eassy, a group of telecom companies. The accident took place in the Red Sea, according to Deutsche Presse-Agentur GmbH.

Edited by Jennifer Russell

Doha Cables to expand production of its EHV cables

By admin, February 23, 2012 7:26 pm

Thursday, Feb 23, 2012

Doha Cables, the Qatar based manufacturer of high voltage cables, has announced plans to expand the manufacture of its 400kV and 500kV cable ranges, the vice president of the ELSEWEDY Cables subsidiary said. online slots . online casino .

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Oman Cables sees 26% jump in sales revenue in 2011

By admin, February 13, 2012 8:30 am

Monday, Feb 13, 2012

Oman Cables Industry, the Muscat based manufacturer and exporter of cables and wires, has announced a double digit growth in sales for 2011.

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Cables To Go to Demo New Longer Distance Connectivity Solutions at 2012 CES

By admin, January 10, 2012 1:07 pm

In an effort to support longer distance connectivity, Cables To Go – a provider of high performance cabling and connectivity solutions, recently unveiled new hassle-free solutions, namely TruLink Media Gateway (News casino .gif” /> – Alert) (TMG), A/V controller, VGA over Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP), HDMI over coax and High Speed HDMI Active Optical Cable (AOC).

According to a press release, the new solutions by Cables To Go provide users with more flexibility; easy installation; and maximized media connectivity or the ability to extend audio and video signals over long distances for more convenient device placement.

The new TruLink Media Gateway (TMG) offers hassle-free display of portable content through plug and play technology. This media gateway features connection ports for HDMI, VGA, composite video, 3. online casino .5mm audio and a connection for Apple (News Fiber -rich plants can be eaten directly..com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/482fbd3a1et_icon.gif.gif” /> – Alert) devices, MP3 players, USB and Ethernet. It also includes power receptacles for charging.

On a TruLink Media Gateway, input signals are converted, up-scaled as required, and delivered to the display over a single HDMI output cable.

Another newly launched device includes the TruLink A/V Controller featuring a wall-mount keypad to provide smart control for operating projectors, DVD and Blu-ray players, document cameras and other A/V devices in classrooms and conference rooms.

The TruLink A/V Controller’s wall-mount keypad features eight interchangeable buttons and also allows up to four programmable commands per button. Apart from featuring a USB port for easy programming from a laptop or thumb drive, the A/V Controller also features a Multiport Connection Interface Adapter (MCIA) that provides secure connections and also eliminates the need for field termination.

Extending VGA and audio signals up to 300 and 500 feet over Cat5, Cat5e or Cat6 cables without signal degradation, the new TruLink VGA over UTP is compatible with any operating system and requires no drivers or software.

The TruLink VGA over UTP’s transmitter and receiver are available in interchangeable wall plate or box form factors, thereby facilitating users to choose the design best suited for the application. Currently, it is available in VGA, VGA+3.5 audio, VGA+3.5+RS232, single port and 4 ports. The HDMI utilizing HDbaseT will be released soon, according to sources.

Designed to simplify demanding digital signage or residential HDMI installations, the new TruLink HDMI over coax supports a 1080p HDTV signal up to 390 feet over standard RG6. It also supports cascading receivers to support up to 24 monitors.

The new TruLink High Speed HDMI Active Optical Cable (AOC) is designed to transmit high-definition signals over long distances and offers several unique advantages over copper cabling. Its cable diameter is much smaller and more flexible than copper, thereby providing easy installation for tight in-wall spaces.

In addition, the TruLink High Speed HDMI AOC’s fiber strand construction eliminates the risk of signal interference. This feature is ideal for data centers, surgical theaters, manufacturing facilities and any other applications where a reliable, high-resolution display over a distance up to 20 meters is critical.

The TruLink High Speed HDMI AOC supports full 1080p resolution in 10 meter and 20 meter lengths. According to sources, it will soon be available in lengths up to 100 meters.

According to a press release, the Cables To Go will be demonstrating the new solutions at 2012 International CES (News – Alert) this week.

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Edited by Jennifer Russell