Draka Communications Americas introduced a new line of fiber cables designed for installation inside residential multi-dwelling units (MDUs) and commercial multi-tenant units (MTUs).

This riser-rated product is available in color-coded six-fiber or 12-fiber units and is intended for use with wall-mounted conduit systems. The Draka Indoor Bundle Drop can provide the installer with time and cost savings, the company said, by enabling efficient and rapid deployment to multiple locations on the same floor.

The Indoor Bundle Drop, part of Draka's ezInterconnect cable solution family, is guaranteed compliant with industry standard performance requirements, Draka said.

The Indoor Bundle Drop may be pre-connectorized for "plug-and-play" applications and fitted with a pulling sock to facilitate routing through wall penetrations.

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