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Newark now exclusively stocks unique fiber optic HDMI cables from Multicomp Pro

Chicago – January 25, 2023: Newark, an Avnet company, is now exclusively stocking Multicomp Pro’s fiber optic HDMI cables. Unlike other HDMI cables on the market, these cables are made up of optical fiber material, which is smaller and lighter than the conventional HDMI cable, allowing them to reach much farther distances while maintaining high data transfer speed with zero signal loss. No extra devices are needed.

Fiber optic HDMI cable features:

  • Speeds up to 18Gpbs which creates high-resolution videos in 4K and 5K
  • Ability to transfer data up to 1,000 ft before interference and signal degradation
  • Variety of cable lengths
  • Ideal use for commercial applications such as billboards and stadium video screens

“We are proud to continue expanding our offerings from Multicomp Pro and provide our customers with cutting-edge technology,” said Cliff Ortmeyer, Global Head of Technical Marketing at Newark. “These cables are different from anything else on the market and we are happy to offer this unique solution to our customers.”

Newark is the exclusive supplier of these cables and all other Multicomp Pro products making Newark a one-stop-shop. Multicomp Pro is developed by engineers for engineers and features products and components that meet the quality standards engineers require at a lower cost without sacrificing quality.

Newark’s fiber optic HDMI cables can be purchased here: https://www.newark.com/c/cable-wire-cable-assemblies/cable-assemblies/audio-video-cable-assemblies?st=fiber+hdmi+cable&showResults=true

To learn more about Newark’s complete Multicomp Pro offerings visit: https://www.newark.com/b/multicomp-pro

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