DWDM Network Platform is able to serve from metro to core.
With multi-service and multi-reach feature set, hiT 7300 supports all reaches and transmission speeds in metro, regional, long-haul, and ultra-long haul applications on single platform. Unit has transponder cards that support traditional SONET/SDH, Ethernet, and SAN services at different speeds. Including amplifier options and end-to-end management support for all equipment configurations, it is...Read More »
FTTN DSLAMs maximize VDSL2 performance.
Available with 24-192 ports, Total Access 1100 Series FTTN (Fiber to the Node) DSLAMs (Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexers) allow service providers to realize ultra-broadband speeds over existing copper infrastructure. Products eliminate need for cabinet enclosures, heat exchangers, and site construction. This economically secures broadband connection to home and enables delivery of...Read More »
Muxponder-on-a-Chip targets OTN networks.
Suited for ROADM/DWDM applications, MXP(TM) devices address metro networking applications by combining Next-Gen SONET/SDH functions of MSPP and OTN functions of transponder to act as muxponder-on-a-chip. This helps Service Providers utilize their WDM wavelengths more efficiently by allowing them to multiplex number of revenue-generating services on single wavelength. Muxponder cards based on MXP...Read More »
CWDM Optics expand existing fiber capacity.
With 1 GHz CHP CORWave, MSOs can leverage existing fiber networks for delivery of HD-On-Demand, SDV, and business services. When deployed with ARRIS OptiMax4100 4 x 4 segmentable nodes, CORWave enables multiplexing of 12 wavelengths: 4 forward, 4 return and 4 bidirectional, all on one fiber with link length of up to 25 km. When deployed with ARRIS OptiMax segmentable nodes in 2 x 2 configuration,...Read More »
Laser Cutting vs. Plasma Cutting
This eBook discusses the differences between laser cutting and plasma cutting, two common thermal cutting methods.Read More »
Access Points and Subscriber Modules utilize OFDM technology.
Based on Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing, 5.4 GHz Canopy 400 Series allows service providers and enterprise network owners to extend broadband network coverage into urban areas where obstructions have limited expansion. Modules offer throughputs up to 21 Mbps, accompanied with GPS synchronization to mitigate self-interference. With these capabilities, providers can offer high-speed...Read More »
Pickering Interfaces Is Expanding Its Range of PXI RF Switch Products with the Introduction of Five Types of 75 Ohm Switches and a New 50 Ohm Switch
Clacton on Sea, UK, March 5th, 2008, - Pickering Interfaces is expanding its range of PXI RF switch products with the introduction of five types of 75 ohm switches and a new 50 ohm switch. The five new 75 ohm models are the 40-830 6 channel SPDT switch, 40-832 quad 4 channel multiplexer, 40-834 dual 8 channel multiplexer, 40-835 16 channel multiplexer, and the 40-837 dual expandable 2x2 matrix,....Read More »
Harris Corporation's NetXpress(TM) Enables Bangor, Maine, to use IP Backbone for New Public Safety Mobile Data System
LAS VEGAS, Feb. 27 - (IWCE, Booth #208) - The city of Bangor, Maine, has installed advanced communications technology from Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS), an international communications and information technology company, to significantly enhance its emergency response communications system. Bangor is using Harris-® NetXpress(TM) IP multiplexers, which enables its legacy radio systems to...Read More »
Brasil Telecom GlobeNet Selects Nokia Siemens Networks for Optical Backbone Network Expansion in North America
Brasil Telecom GlobeNet will strengthen their North American product strategy, expanding its solutions capacity and strengthening security with an optical platform from Nokia Siemens Networks. SAN DIEGO, Feb. 26 - The deployment of the flexible, high-capacity SURPASS hiT 7300 Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) platform is a first in North America for Nokia Siemens Networks. Other...Read More »
Polatis Targets Carrier Deployments with High Performance Optical Switch Products
Polatis announces expansion of product line at OFC 2008 Boston, MA, and Cambridge, UK, February 20, 2008 - Polatis Inc, a leading supplier of high performance optical switch products, today announced its plans to aggressively target communication service providers with an expanded portfolio of network-ready products at OFC 2008, taking place from February 26th-28th at the San Diego Convention...Read More »
Graphics Switch supports PCIeG2 and DP architectures.
Housed in 5 x 11 mm, 56-TQFN package, PI3PCIE2612-A/B provides point-to-point connections between PC chipsets and DisplayPort-® connector or x16 PCIeG2 slot for external graphics cards. With bandwidth of 2.5 GHz at -5 dB, device is equipped to handle DP signals at 2.7 Gbps and PCIeG2 signals at 5.0 Gbps. Low crosstalk of -35 dB at 2.5 GHz minimizes transmission noise, while high isolation of -35...Read More »
Precision Machined Parts for High Tech Applications
For precision and value that sets the standard for quality and craftsmanship, EGS Production Machining is the source for precision and value. Our extensive capabilities and dedication to customer service allow us to deliver the optimal manufacturing solution. See our video to learn more.Read More »