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MTP® Fibre Networking
From the UK’s MTP® Specialists
Complete Connect specialise in MTP cabling systems. We have a wide range of standard MTP networking products as well as custom options.
If you follow one of these 5 links below then we believe you will find what you are looking for.
Modular MTP cassette fibre systems
Complete Connect manufacture and supply our own system: The MX Series
This networking system consists of a range of MTP component products that offer the latest in high density data centre fibre systems.
This system enables network managers to build modular “plug and play” fibre infrastructure supporting both 10G and 25G duplex fibre networking and 40G and 100G SR4 networking.
Connect QSFP+ 40G or QSFP28 100G transceivers
Buy online from our extensive stock or get a quote for non-standard lengths
Complete Connect stock MTP patch cords in both multimode and singlemode to enable direct connection for SR4 40G and 100G and PSM4 40G and 100G respectively.
Connect QSFP+ 40G transceivers to SFP+ transceivers
Buy online from our stocked items or talk to us about your requirements. Typical lead times are 7 days.
MTP – LC breakout cables are commonly used to connect 40G ports to existing 10G equipment. Each 40G port can be connected to four 10G ports directly or via a structured cabling approach.
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MTP cables to extend your current fibre network
Complete Connect MTP cables are compatible with other cabling brands. So if you are struggling with your existing supplier then why not give us a try.
Complete Connect manufacture MTP cables from 12 core to 144 core. All cables are CPR compliant and come with our warranty.
Add 40G channels to your existing fibre network
The M400 Series of cables supports both 40G and 100G networking.
Discover options for adding new 40G or 100G SR4 / PLR4 fibre links to your network. Including connecting 40G QSFP+ ports to existing 10G SFP+ ports and QSFP28 100G ports to SFP28 25G ports.
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