ProLabs opens new South Cerney headquarters

SOUTH CERNEY, UK – ProLabs, the leading provider of compatible optical infrastructure equipment, has announced the opening of its new integrated headquarters and test and measurement facility in South Cerney, Gloucestershire.

ProLabs’ brand new, purpose built facility houses its offices, test laboratory, and storage facilities under one roof; allowing the company to centralise its operations, creating a more effective logistical base.

The move into the new facility reflects ProLabs’ considerable expansion over the last 18 months. In this time, ProLabs has increased its number of distribution partners from 1 to 14, gaining a truly global customer reach.

Nick Moglia, CEO of ProLabs, commented: “The main reason for the move was to integrate the different parts of ProLabs’ business and align our efforts. The new centre allows us to uphold our vigorous product testing and quality standards on the same site that the major corporate decisions are being made. We hope that this exciting new facility will further our recent growth and success”.

“We decided to stay in the area as Gloucestershire has suited us very well. Through this new office, we have invested in our current and future employees by adding, amongst other things, a gym and entertainment facilities. ” he added.

In celebration of the move, ProLabs is hosting a launch event on Thursday 28th January, 2016, showcasing its recent developments, including its compatible 100G and Multicoded products.

About ProLabs

ProLabs is the leading global independent provider of optical network infrastructure products. The company offers an extensive range of high-quality products including optical and copper transceivers, direct attach cables (DAC), active optical cables (AOC) and cabling and media converters. With an unrelenting commitment to quality, service and support, the company is the only mid-tier provider offering customisation and lifetime product warranties. ProLabs’ global headquarters are located in South Cerney, UK, with offices in the Netherlands, Asia, Minneapolis, MN USA and San Francisco, CA USA. For more information, visit

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