MultiDyne to Assemble Neutrik and Lemo Tactical Cables Within New Fiber Lab

MultiDyne Video & Fiber Optic Systems announced it been approved as a certified assembler for Neutrik opticalCON and Lemo tactical fiber cables.

MultiDyne joins a very small group of businesses approved to assemble the Neutrik opticalCON range of rugged fiber-optic cables. With all assembly occurring in the MultiDyne Fiber Lab, customers now have the option of purchasing all components of a complete fiber transport solution directly from MultiDyne or through its global dealer network.

In addition to joining the Neutrik COCA network, MultiDyne has also received training and approval to assemble Lemo tactical fiber cables in house, giving its customers more choices for high-quality fiber cables.

“Most of our fiber products utilize tactical cables, so the ability to offer the industry’s most rugged, reliable and field-serviceable fiber tactical cables direct is a significant competitive advantage that provides additional value and quality-assurance for our customers,” said Frank Jachetta, MultiDyne’s president.

“The MultiDyne Fiber Lab represents a natural progression for MultiDyne as an enterprise, allowing us to solve problems, reduce costs and increase quality control for our customers worldwide.”

MultiDyne displayed Neutrik and Lemo cable assemblies as part of its overall fiber transport business strategy at IBC 2017.

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