Digital Lightwave announces battery option for the NIC Platform

AUGUST 25, 2008 -- Digital Lightwave Inc. has introduced a battery option for 2-slot NIC Platform. A rechargeable battery enables technicians to perform tests

AUGUST 25, 2008 -- Digital Lightwave Inc. has introduced a battery option for 2-slot NIC Platform. A rechargeable battery enables technicians to perform tests without external power and also serves to protect the integrity of test results in the event of unanticipated power loss.

Battery operation will be offered in the NIC portable chassis in the following configurations:

  • 40G -- offering 40/43Gbps testing in the industry's smallest and lightest form factor;
  • MSA 2020 (Multi-Service Analyzer) -- offering SONET/SDH testing up to 10G with optional OTN and Ethernet (10/100/1000BaseT, GbE, 10GbE);
  • MSA 2020 + PDH/T-Carrier -- all MSA 2020 features listed above plus DS1(1.5Mbps)/E1(2.0Mbps)/E3(34Mbps)/DS3(45Mbps)/E4(139Mbps) testing;
  • NGMR (NextGeneration Multi-Rate) -- offering SONET/SDH up to 10G with optional OTN, GbE and 10GbE plus NextGeneration (VCAT, LCAS, and GFP) features;
  • NGMR + PDH/T-Carrier -- all NGMR features listed above plus DS1(1.5Mbps)/E1(2.0Mbps)/E3(34Mbps)/DS3(45Mbps)/E4(139Mbps) testing; and
  • High-Density Ethernet -- offering 10/100/1000BaseT(8 ports), GbE (4 ports), and optional 10GbE testing.

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