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Are there any active equipment manufacturers considering the Tera connector as a standard interface?

I've noticed that Category 7 and the Tera connector are growing in interest here in Australia. Could you tell me whether or not there are any active equipment manufacturers considering the Tera connector as a standard interface?
In short, yes. The TERA system is gaining popularity with electronics manufacturers as the equipment will cost significantly less to produce due to the lack of noise that would have to be cancelled. No release date yet, but work is in progress. Australia is not the only country where the cable and connectors are increasing in popularity. The fact that the patch cords make it completely backwards compatible is another plus.
This was last published in July 2004

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