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Friday, February 22, 2013

LAN Cabling Products Limited (LCP) was established in 1993 in New Zealand as a manufacturer of telecommunication voice panels and cable assembly. LCP has been operating since 2006 in Fiji.

The Fiji showroom, along with warehouse is located at 5 Holland Street, Suva. With demand in technologically advanced products and services we started importing and distributing in Australasia.

LCP serves a variety of clients such as government departments, corporate offices, universities, schools, airports, medical establishments, security industries, manufacturing industry, telecommunication companies, data centre and ISP's. We also welcome first time buyers and any enquiries.

Projects we are involved in are the USP ITC centre, Ministry of Health, Wyndham apartments, Fiji National University campuses, and Government ITC sites. We also represent many reputable brands such as 3M, PROPATCH, CISCO, Allied Telesyn, CHANNEL, SUMITOMO, Optical Fiber Corporation, Modempak, NetComm, RAD, Senko and Emtelle.

3M Cabling Systems is an approved solution for Government of Fiji for all their Ministries and offices throughout Fiji. LCP have certified installers/partners who can carry out installation professionally and provide 3M Cabling Warranty for 25 years. Quality is guaranteed.

LCP Fiji is also a major distributor of Data /Telecommunication Cabling, Networking equipment, Test equipment, Fibre termination tools and accessories. With our variety of products LCP is your one stop shop for IT/communications needs.

We sell Copper and Fibre Optic (multimode & single-mode) cabling System solution and associated products in Fiji, Australia and New Zealand. Products we carry in Fiji are as followed; Copper (Category 5e, 6, 6A, 7 and Fibre Optic cables (multimode and single-mode).

LCP also supply Fusion splicers, testers, punch down tools, patch panels, cable management bars, network patch leads, RJ45 jacks and Ethernet media converters. Our telecommunication termination and cross connect products, communication cabinets, server racks, and accessories come in many brands and are also kept in stock.

LCP has BICSI qualified staff to give professional advice for any Fibre Optic and Copper Cabling Systems or your network application needs. We also offer Structured Cabling Course for installers and end-users; please contact us for our next training sessions.

In today's IT/Telecommunication environment the most important factors are the Pathways (Cabling) for IT equipment to communicate between themselves and the users.

With data rates increasing every day, having the Cabling done well eliminates 90 per cent of the network problems and downtime. Our free professional advice and solutions are offered to help our customers achieve fluidity in their telecommunications areas and needs.

Director, Mahendra Sharan has a Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD) qualification from BICSI (www.bicsi.org) and has worked in the IT industry for the last 30 years in New Zealand, Australia and Fiji.

Both Mahendra and Regina Singh (area manager of LCP Fiji) have been operating the showroom for 8 years in the heart of Suva and welcome any enquiries about our products and services.

Contact details; 5 Holland Street, Suva, Fiji. Phone: +679 3384778, Mobile: +679 9248127. Website: www.Lcp.co.nz Email: lcp@connect.com.fj , msharan@Lcp.co.nz





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