Sunrise Telecom enhances OCx testing capabilities with two wavelengths in a single unit

June 6, 2001
June 6, 2001--Sunrise Telecom Incorporated, a provider of service verification equipment for telecommunications and Internet networks, announces a dual wavelength optical transmitter option for the SunSet OCx.

Sunrise Telecom Incorporated (Nasdaq: SRTI), a provider of service verification equipment for telecommunications and Internet networks, announces a dual wavelength optical transmitter option for the SunSet OCx. Available on the SunSet OCx OC-48 configuration, the dual-transmitter option allows a user to order a single test set with both a 1310 nm and a 1550 nm wavelength transmitter.

The 1310 nm wavelength is primarily used for intermediate-range SONET applications, such as metro area networks, and the 1550 nm option is prevalent in long-haul, core network applications. The dual-transmitters allow one technician with one test set to test both types of optical networks.

The SunSet OCx is a complete transport and access network test unit ideal for field, lab, or central office use. The battery-powered test set has a light, durable chassis and a color LCD. It includes interfaces for DS1, DS3, and SONET testing up to OC-48c. The SunSet OCx performs not only physical layer and bit error rate testing, but also network qualification and service verification. Testing for ATM (up to OC-48c), Voice Frequency/DS0, ISDN Primary Rate, GR-303, SS7, and Frame Relay are all supported in the same handheld test set.

About Sunrise Telecom Incorporated:

Sunrise Telecom manufactures and markets service verification equipment to pre-qualify, verify and diagnose telecommunications and Internet networks. Sunrise Telecom's products offer broad functionality, technology and compact size to test the variety of new DSL services, fiber optics, cable TV networks and signaling networks. For more information, visit www.sunrisetelecom.com.

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