VIAVI Solutions: FiberComplete PRO™

Oct. 4, 2023
FiberComplete PRO™ is a suite of uni and bi-directional fiber test and certification capabilities that enable field technicians to rapidly, reliably and cost-effectively certify and troubleshoot any fiber link.
FiberComplete PRO™ is a suite of uni and bi-directional fiber test and certification capabilities that enable field technicians to rapidly, reliably and cost-effectively certify and troubleshoot any fiber link. An acceptance testing process control application with increased automation, real-time bi-directional OTDR analysis, and advanced test sequencing to deliver up to an 80% time saving for fiber acceptance testing and reporting provides everything a new or experienced fiber tech needs in one simple and fast solution. 

Judge’s Comment: “Useful for any fiber network operator.”        

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