The LTB-8 rackmount chassis, the FTBx-88200NGE 100G Multiservice test module and the industry’s unique web-based multiuser interface, EXFO’s MultiLink, enable Network Equipment Manufacturers to test more efficiently. The LTB-8 is a highly scalable, compact chassis offering the industry’s best 100G port density to maximize shelf space while minimizing cost. The 8-slot configuration allows lab managers to simultaneously test 8 x 100G modules. LTB-8 remote access is supported via EXFO MultiLink, a unique lab test management system that offers remote access to multi-users to multi-modules and multi-chassis across multiple locations. Visit booth 129 for a demonstration and a first look at our new Optical Power Meters, VOAs and Switches.
Exfo, a network test, monitoring and analytics provider, has launched Universal Virtual Sync, a software-based solution enabling communications service providers to cost-effectively measure network latency. This real-time visibility into latency behaviour enables operators to deliver outstanding services, anytime and instantly for applications such as video, VoIP and interactive services, and is critical for assuring C-RAN, […]Read More
Exfo’s new CEO, Philippe Morin. Exfo, the network test systems developer, has announced that Germain Lamonde, the company’s founder, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, has appointed Philippe Morin as the company’s new CEO, effective April 1, 2017. Morin has more than 25 years of experience in the telecommunications industry and became Exfo’s […]Read More
EXFO has launch of the LTK-1, which combines the FTB-1750 power meter module in the new LTB-1 platform. The company says the kit delivers “a low-cost, high-performance benchtop power meter.” The FTB-1750 optical power meter delivers high-performance power measurements. The patented design of the FTB-1750 is said to save time, cut costs and significantly enhance measurement throughput. […]Read More