CBi Telecom is an original equipment manufacturer of copper and optical fibre cable products for the telecommunications, industrial and structured data cabling markets. Its products are designed and manufactured to customer specific technical requirements and international standards.

The Telecommunications market remains one of the most dynamic areas for growth and innovation, driven mainly through broadband access technology developments in high frequency digital subscriber line (xDSL) applications such rate adaptive digital subscriber line (RADSL) and symmetrical very high bit rate digital subscriber line (VDSL 2+).

Collectively xDSL remains a dominant broadband access service and is a complementary
broadband access technology for copper rich telecommunications networks
with deep optical fibre and fibre to the home (FTTH) deployments.

CBi Telecom manufactures a comprehensive range of copper communications cables for trunk, distribution, access and indoor copper telecommunications networks for both POT’s and high bit rate xDSL applications.

Copper Telecom Cables

Both air core and filled polyethylene insulated copper telecommunications cables are offered in a variety of different copper conductor sizes (u001e0.4, 0.5, 0.63 and 0.9mm) up to 2440 pair count.

Copper Telecom Cables

Depending upon the application, different optional sheath designs provide electrical shielding (steel wire armour, steel tape, copper wire armour and copper tape) necessary for proper grounding, signal integrity and mechanical protection against physical damage and rodent attacks.

Copper Telecom Cables

All outside plant cable is sheathed with a black UV stabilised through an even dispersion of 1% carbon black polyethylene jacket for protection against long term (up to 25 years) outdoor exposure.

Copper Telecom Cables

For indoor applications white or cream coloured low halogen flame retardant PVC or low smoke zero halogen (LSZH) sheath options are available.

At CBi Telecom quality assurance is fundamental in the design, manufacture and testing of every telecommunications cable, with customer specific quality control plans (QCP) in place to ensure a documented rigid and controlled check list from raw material supply through the manufacturing process to final acceptance testing.