Belden CDT Networking™ Unveils Belden IBDN™ Line of Cable Management Products

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Belden IBDN cable management components are available for every kind of commercial network installation, from data centers to riser systems, telecommunications closets, horizontal wiring and workstations in single buildings or campus networks.

Belden CDT Networking, a global leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of a wide range of cabling and connectivity solutions for the networking marketplace, is pleased to introduce Belden IBDN Cable Management Solutions. As one of the largest structured cabling system suppliers in the industry, Belden CDT Networking has leveraged its resources to enable end-to-end, integrated cable management and maintenance. Belden IBDN cable management components are available for every kind of commercial network installation, from data centers to riser systems, telecommunications closets, horizontal wiring and workstations in single buildings or campus networks.

According to Bill Miller, Director of Marketing for Belden CDT Networking, "Our complete line of Belden IBDN Cable Management Solutions is yet another demonstration of our ongoing commitment to meet changing customer needs in the commercial data networking environment. In offering Belden IBDN cable management components, our goal is to streamline and simplify the complexity involved in building, expanding and maintaining state-of-the-art networks. This means customers installing one of our structured cabling systems can now enjoy the convenience of filling all of their cable installation and management needs through a single, trusted source."

Belden IBDN End-to-End Cable Management

The Belden IBDN line of cable management products encompasses everything required by commercial networks for the housing, storage and protection of data hardware and equipment, as well as discrete components designed to simplify cable handling and routing and facilitate orderly installation and ongoing maintenance.

The new product line includes:

Enclosures and Racks. Floor and wall-mount enclosures and racks are available in a variety of standard and custom designs. The line also includes numerous mounting, cable and patch cord management options and accessories.

Cable Ties. Belden IBDN Cable Ties come in a complete range of sizes for varying load capacities and are available in standard or weather-resistant nylon and Velcro®.

Surface Raceways. The Belden IBDN Surface Raceway System, which provides a functional, affordable solution for wire enclosure applications, includes extruded raceways with pre-applied adhesive backings, plus a variety of fittings and junction boxes.

For more information about the Belden IBDN family of cable management products or to request a catalog, call 1-800-262-9334, or visit the Web site at http://www.BeldenIBDN.com.

About Belden CDT Networking

Belden CDT Networking, a unit of Belden CDT Inc., is a world leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of a broad range of cabling and connectivity components for the commercial communications market. The division offers both cabling components as well as complete end-to-end structured cabling systems (e.g., Belden IBDN™ System 10GX™, Belden IBDN Copper and FiberExpress™ Systems) and Belden IBDN Cabling Management Solutions. Headquartered in Fort Mill, South Carolina, Belden CDT Networking has manufacturing facilities in North America and Europe, and distribution centers in the U.S., Canada, UK, Singapore, Australia and the Netherlands. A majority of this division’s manufacturing, engineering and support functions are registered to the International Organization for Standardization.

Belden CDT Inc., formed in July 2004 through the merger of Belden Inc. and Cable Design Technologies Corp., is one of the largest U.S.-based manufacturers of high-speed electronic cables and focuses on products for the specialty electronics and data networking markets, including connectivity.

Contact:

Alison McCreath

Belden CDT Networking

514-822-7579

http://www.BeldenIBDN.com

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