Absolute CAD... certainly not rotters when it comes to cabling
Absolute CAD are a small, specialist cabling design and installation firm offering bespoke solutions to the broadcast and post production industries.
They specialise in intricately-engineered audio-visual cable looms and generic shielded and unshielded structured cabling installations, custom-designed and -built broadcast communication racks and cabinets, and broadcast system integration. Their engineering design and project management departments are geared to design and deliver projects of any size, from simple standalone editing rooms to full facility installations.
"As a network infrastructure systems integrator, IP Performance see the inside of a lot of Data Centres, and the structured cabling and patching infrastructures underpinning the communication racks and containment aisles. I can honestly say that I have never seen work of this quality anywhere else in the industry," commented Pierre Ketteridge, Technical Pre-Sales Consultant. "Absolute CAD's installations verge on High Art, with wiring looms creating vaulted arches of gothic proportions and byzantine complexity!"
Absolute CAD's client base include the BBC, ITV, 20th Century Fox, the History channel, the Sci Fi channel, Pathe!, Bruce Dunlop & Associates and Pacific Television.
"Their attention to detail made for an immaculate install" - Paul Harvey, Head of Post Production, BDA.
As well as broadcast cabling services and custom racking, Absolute CAD also design, engineer and manufacture a range of secure rackmount solutions under the CADLOCK brand.
"We like to think the end result speaks for itself", says Mike Watson, Technical Director at Absolute CAD, and you can't say fairer than that!
For more information on Absolute CAD and their solutions, services and products, please click on the following link: www.absolutecad.tv
[This item was first posted to our news section in 2010, and is now republished here under the blog, in the run up to IBC11]
by Pierre | 6 September 2011
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