Buying 3M Cable Assemblies Is Now Faster and Easier with


Buying 3M Cable Assemblies Is Now Faster and Easier with

--Introductory discount of 20 percent now through Jan. 31, 2013--

AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Purchasing 3M cable assemblies for computing systems, networks and data centers is now faster and easier. allows customers to buy cables directly from 3M, no matter how small the volume. Fast, same-day shipping is available through the site, and Amazon Prime members currently enjoy free two-day shipping on eligible items.

A wide variety of high-performance fiber and copper cable assemblies are available on, including low-power 3M™ Active Optical Cables (AOC) and flat, foldable 3M™ Twin Axial Cables. Online shoppers can find a 3M cable assembly to match many popular interconnect protocols, including SAS, MiniSAS, SATA, PCIexpress, SFP+ and QSFP+.

Entire orders made now through Jan. 31, 2013 at receive an introductory 20 percent discount.

About 3M Electronic Solution Division - Interconnect
3M Electronic Solutions Division's Interconnect business offers a variety of innovative connectors, cables and cable assemblies, embedded capacitance materials and Textool brand test and burn-in sockets for component engineers and designers in the electronics industry. For more information about 3M's interconnect solutions, visit: Information about 3M Company is available online.

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