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Product announcements abounded at the recent Supercomm 2001 show in Atlanta, GA. Here's a snapshot...Consultronics Ltd. of Concord, ON announced the new CoLT-450 test set for DSL, designed for busin...


July 1, 2001  


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Product announcements abounded at the recent Supercomm 2001 show in Atlanta, GA. Here’s a snapshot…

Consultronics Ltd. of Concord, ON announced the new CoLT-450 test set for DSL, designed for business line installers within incumbent and competitive local exchange carriers (ILECs and CLECs).

Hyperchip Inc. of Montreal, PQ unveiled a carrier-class

core router for network operators. The new PBR-1280

MPLS-centric router is effective for applications ranging

from gigabits- to petabits-per-second.

Nortel Networks of Brampton, ON and Microsoft Corp. of Redmond, WA announced an integrated data centre system designed to help service providers offer application, storage and network availability for a range of managed services.

ITT Industries, Network Systems & Services of New York, NY, launched a 10 Gigabit + fiber-optic cabling system that enables a high-bandwidth, scalable backbone consisting of both multimode and singlemode fibers.

Lucent Technologies of Murray Hill, NJ announced new optical networking capabilities for its Internet Protocol (IP) core router for service providers. Enhancements to the NX64000TM IP Core Router include a high-speed optical interface card to connect traffic moving at speeds of 10 Gb/s.

Asita Technologies of Irvine, CA unveiled the LineSpeed 5 (LS5), an integrated VPN solution that lets smaller customers attain the security level of a dedicated private network, while using the public Internet.

Sunrise Telecom of San Jose, CA, announced its new SunSet 10G handheld test set for the installation and maintenance of high-speed optical networks.

Corning Cable Systems of Hickory, NC announced its new network interface device (NID), an all-plastic enclosure designed to house active components for the fiber-to-the-home and broadband access markets.


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