Australian distributor Amber Technology has entered into a new distribution partnership with well-known cable manufacturer, Structured Cable Products (SCP). The joint venture highlights growth opportunities for SCP in Australia as a leading manufacturer of HDBaseT certified bulk cables.

Andrew Restivo, global sales director - Structured Cable Products, commented that their partnership with a respected distributor like Amber Technology will help them strengthen their presence in the Australian market. SCP anticipates 2015 to be a year of substantial growth with their broad product range supported by Amber Technology’s diverse network of trusted channel and retail customers.

While many manufacturers can only claim to offer HDBaseT compliant products, SCP manufactures HDBaseT certified bulk cables; the accreditation means the products comply with the latest safety and usability standards, earned through stringent testing conducted by HDBaseT Alliance.

Amber Technology will be distributing an extensive selection of products from SCP including HDBaseT-enhanced Category 5e and 6/6A cables, some of the earliest products to earn HDBaseT compliance in 2011; and Genuine Direct Burial cables, ideal for a variety of outdoor applications.

SCP Direct Burial cables do not require conduits, unlike some competitor products. Key features include superior casing with linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) jacket; and gel-filled elements ensuring increased longevity in harsh outdoor environments.

Amber Technology will also offer SCP’s user-friendly OFC-HD Professional Series speaker cables featuring a high strand count for use in professional installations; and a thick outer jacket for easy stripping back for simple termination.

All SCP cables feature the intuitive SCP cable labelling system allowing installers to quickly identify zone or room markings for efficient and accurate termination, minimising cable requirement. The cable ID is also useful when pulling cables through buildings to a central location by allowing the installer to mark the location from where the cable is retrieved.