Sterling data solution for Swansea City Football Club media centre

Swansea City Football, Marshall-Tufflex, Sterling Curve

A vast amount of data cabling is required to keep Swansea City Football Club’s media centre running smoothly – and Marshall-Tufflex’s Sterling Curve and Sterling XL PVC-U trunking have provided the perfect cable management solutions.

The club’s media centre is used by news and media agencies, such as Sky Sports, for outside broadcasts and press conferences.

The large amount of cabling required to service the centre is now managed via Marshall-Tufflex’s trunking fitted across four media rooms, which form part of the club’s new Fairwood training base. The state-of-the-art facility was built in collaboration with Swansea University at a cost of £10.5million.

Sterling Curve perimeter trunking is a three compartment, sleek, data compliant trunking with one or two curved data compartments. It has been specially designed to stop clutter, prevent dust traps and be easily cleaned. It is also easy and cost effective to install and incorporates a 25mm bend radius that allows it to be manipulated around corners for a sleek finish. Accompanying this, Sterling XL trunking was chosen for its large capacity provided by deep, four-part compartments that can be segregated and added too.

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