Panduit Honoured in 2022 Cabling Installation & Maintenance Innovators Award

Panduit Honoured in 2022 Cabling Installation & Maintenance Innovators Award

September 27, 2022

Cabling Installation & Maintenance
Panduit receives eight Cabling Innovators Awards in the 2022 competition

Panduit, a global leader in innovative electrical and network infrastructure solutions, was recognized recently with eight Cabling Innovators Awards in the 2022 competition. Cabling Installation & Maintenance bestows the Innovators Awards annually to the best products and projects in the industry.

Panduit received eight awards in total, including two Platinum honors for RapidID™ Network Mapping System, a solution that uses patch cords pre-labeled with unique barcodes and a Bluetooth®-enabled handheld scanner to automate labeling, tracing, and troubleshooting, and the GIGA School project in Kawachinagano City, Japan.

Panduit also received five Gold awards and one Silver award:

  • FlexCore™ Optical Distribution Frame (Gold Honoree) – a versatile front-access cabling system that provides the necessary protection for critical connections.
  • FieldCord Connectors (Gold Honoree) – ideal for connecting network devices requiring a plug connection to the network and where the plug port area and/or the cable routing path in the network device is too small to use Panduit® TX6A™ Field Term Plugs.
  • SmartZone™ Uninterruptible Power Supply (Gold Honoree) – delivers highly efficient and reliable power protection and backup power for Computer IT equipment.
  • OneMode™ (Gold Honoree) – a passive media converter that increases the speed of legacy multimode-fiber cables by eliminating modal dispersion. It’s designed to help meet the need for speed without having to rip and replace legacy infrastructure.
  • PanMPO™ Fiber Connector (Gold Honoree) – the only connector to allow changes of gender and polarity without any extra tools.
  • Wire Basket (Silver Honoree) – designed to route and manage copper data cables, fiber optic, or power cables within data centers, connected buildings, and industrial automation applications.

“At the core of Panduit is the relentless pursuit to solve market pervasive problems and to continuously innovate,” states Tom Kelly, Senior Vice President of Network and Electrical Infrastructure. “By listening to our customers and their diversified infrastructure needs, we are able to design and develop solutions that will help them grow in an evolving world. It is an honor to be recognized by CI&M with eight Innovators Awards.”

Tom Kelly, Senior Vice President of Network and Electrical Infrastructure

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