Excel to Exhibit at Data Centre World 2014

Excel to Exhibit at Data Centre World 2014…….


31 October 2013

Excel Networking Solutions, the copper and optical cabling infrastructure provider has announced that they will be exhibiting (stand C35) at the Data Centre World Exhibition that takes place on 26th & 27th February 2104 at the ExCel Centre in London.

Excel will be exhibiting their Category 6A and Category 6 product offering, fibre optics including conventional fibre, MTP and pre-terminated solutions, their cabinet range and PDUs which include standard, modular and intelligent versions and will also be unveiling some new product offerings which are particularly suited to the data centre environment.

Commenting on the announcement Tracey Calcutt, marketing manager said ‘At the heart of any data centre is a solid infrastructure that needs to be proven, technically sound and reliable and backed by excellent service and support, Excel totally fits this requirement and with our no-nonsense 25 year warranty the end user has the added reassurance their infrastructure platform is more than capable for the job.’

Tracey continued ‘We believe that the Data Centre World exhibition is a great vehicle to put the Excel solution in front of both data centre managers and owners as well as the channel partners who focus in this area. Our experts will be on the stand to discuss the Excel solution and demonstrate a wide range of established and new products.’

Excel is currently the second largest structured cabling system in the UK, as reported in the BSRIA 2013 UK market report and has held the title of the Network Computing ‘Cabling Supplier of the Year’ for the last three years.


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