Argosy Delivers Cabling And Rack Technology To UK Broadcasters

Argosy recently provided a selection of IP and fiber-based cabling, networking and rack technology to support dB Broadcast in the IP migration of some of the UK’s leading broadcasters and media services companies.

Argosy provided dB Broadcast with over 200km of digital video cabling coaxial cables, including Draka's exclusive-to-Argosy Image 360 and Image 1000 coaxial cables and large volume of Neutrik BNC connectors, suitable for 3GHz 1080p transmission for these projects over an 18 month period.

Additional materials included 150km of digital audio cabling made up of various types of single and multiple pairs of cables.

Argosy also provided dB Broadcast with network cables and SMPTE fiber equipment as part of the creation of a flexible, dynamic 24/7 news platform for a European headquarters.

Argosy is a supplier to the industry’s continued migration to IP. The company's unique and long-standing strategic partnerships with suppliers of critical infrastructure solutions, has equipped them with the ability to deliver end-to-end signal distribution solutions from the rack to the network. 

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