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DATWYLER Newsletter - February 2021


Dear Friends and Business Associates, 
Even if global CO2 pollution has decreased worldwide during the pandemic, restarting the economy and speeding up digitisation must be made environmentally compatible. That is why the trade associations Breko, Europacable and the FTTH Council Europe are jointly asking for comprehensive fibre optic expansion. In this Newsletter you can learn how fibre optic technology is making the European “Green Deal” possible.
There are innovations in our products and services: from now on Datwyler is also supplying its system circuit integrity cables to the B2ca classification. In addition you will find out how you can realise your IT infrastructure projects with the appropriate financing or by means of leasing.
Last but not least, you will find interesting project reports from Saudi Arabia and Singapore in this Newsletter.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information at any time – whether by telephone or email.
Kind regards,
Your Datwyler IT Infra team

Top News

The key to sustainability
Safety cables to B2ca classification
Ministry banks on mini data centre
“Funan” shopping centre: exactly the right brand
Services: project leasing and financing


The key to sustainability

Fibre optic networks ensure European “Green Deal”

The impact of the coronavirus crisis was at the very top of the agenda of the World Economic Forum, which was held as a hybrid event for the first time in January. The second part of the management brainstorming session is scheduled to take place as a live event in Singapore at the end of May. Climate protection must not be forgotten while the economic downturn caused by coronavirus is being tackled...

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Safety cables to B2ca classification

Additional classifications provide many advantages

From now on Datwyler’s portfolio will also include system circuit integrity cables (E30-E90) which have also been tested in accordance with the rigorous test criteria of EN 50575 and which meet the B2ca-s1a,d1,a1 classification requirements under EN13501-6...

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Ministry banks on mini data centre

Saudi government gets Datwyler solution

In July 2019 the Department of Education of the Dawadmi Governorate decided to upgrade its IT infrastructure in order to digitise the processes and make them more agile and competitive. Since the summer of 2020 they have operated a mini data centre from Datwyler which meets all their requirements... 

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Exactly the right brand

Structured cabling for “Funan” shopping centre

LSK Engineering backed a Datwyler solution for the data network in the new Funan development in Singapore’s Civic District. The structured building cabling consists entirely of copper and fibre optic systems from Datwyler. Altogether more than 2400 data connection points were created…

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Project leasing and financing

Datwyler offers customised deals

Many a worthwhile IT redesign or expansion project fails due to a lack of the necessary funds for investment in the appropriate IT infrastructure. Using tailor-made leasing or other financing options Datwyler ensures that you can spread your investment over the life of the system…

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