New Zealand was one of the first countries in the world to develop a backbone of optical fibre cables for its telecommunications network, using cables supplied by General Cable.
In another world first, New Zealand has established high access data networks for the country’s three main urban centres. Once again the company with the right cables and accessories for the project was General Cable New Zealand. With world-leading technology and customer-first performance, the company is the preferred supplier of both loose tube optical fibre products and copper communications cable for the major network operators in New Zealand.
Today General Cable manufactures an extremely wide range of telecommunications cable including local area network (LAN) cables, optical fibre cables, railway signalling cables and instrumentation cables to petrochemical industry specifications.
The company’s LAN and low voltage supervisory cables are manufactured to standards required for Underwriters Laboratories listing.