intec launching Argus tester for VDSL2 Profile 35b and at Broadband World Forum 2016

Created October 11, 2016
Technologies and Products

intec, the German-based leading innovator of telecommunications measurement technology, will this month be attending one of the industry’s key broadband internet and telecommunications events in Europe: Broadband World Forum, in London, between 18-20 October. There, the company, based in Lüdenscheid Germany, will present its latest systems  testers from its Argus range.

This year, the company’ focus is on the new functions available for the Argus testers product family. Even measurement solutions for the new technologies VDSL2 profile 35b (also known as Super Vectoring) and will be presented in London by the German manufacturer.

“All of our products are made in Germany and they convince users with their reliability through their performance, flexibility and multi-functionality”, said Dr. Ralf-Dieter Heil, International Sales Manager at intec.

To enable measurements in hybrid fibre cablings like FTTB, FTTC, FTTH or FTTdp, the Argus 162 and 165 models are both equipped with an SFP slot. It can be used with the appropriate SFP module for fibre-based Ethernet or GPON, depending on requirements.

The Argus 162 is also suitable for testing all technologies currently available on the market – from ISDN and POTS, E1, ADSL2/2+ and VDSL2-Vectoring to GPON, LTE and Gigabit Ethernet. When combined with the Argus Copper Box DVOM expansion, the 162 can also be configured as a WLAN Access Point for direct access via mobile devices, or be used for electronic order processing.

Dr. Heil added, “intec has been developing products for the international telecommunication markets for more than 25 years. We now specialize in high-quality, value telecom handheld testers and have established ourselves as one of the leading providers of xDSL, ISDN, IP and fibre measurement technology in Europe and abroad.

“Our Argus testers simplify the day-to-day work e.g. when it comes to physical line qualification and troubleshooting on the last mile, on xDSL and ISDN as well as on Ethernet and the triple play services based thereon.”


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