MRV TERESCOPE

MRV TERESCOPE Features Alignment using both visual feedback and received power indicators Fast deployment License-free operation Remote management options Weatherproofing: IP66 Secure transmission Eyes safety Class 1M Chain multiple connections FSO Chaining for Non-Line-of-Sight and Higher Distance Communications The chaining of TereScope® FSO is required when the two sites are connected by more than one link using at least one additional building as a mid-point. When is Chaining Required? The chaining of TereScope® links is required in the following cases: When there is no direct line of sight between the sites When the distance between the sites is too long When the distance between the sites is reachable with one link but the customer wants much more power budget for higher reliability Backup Radio: Maximizing link availability under all weather conditions The TereScope® Fusion was designed to combine the best features of two transport media: laser light and radio waves, to form a single, seamless, wireless communication link between network devices. By leveraging both technologies, we can provide the 99.999% availability that your network requires. The TereScope® Fusion has been specifically constructed to maximize link availability between network nodes. These systems use the internationally unlicensed 2.4 GHz ISM band and are used as a backup for a number of TereScope systems. TereScope Fusion systems have an optical wireless link that provides Fast Ethernet connectivity as the primary link and Ethernet RF as the backup link. These systems operate under most weather conditions, including heavy rain, snow and fog, to nearly 100% link availability. Ease of installation and freedom from licensing make these systems very simple to deploy. The Fusion built-in option exists for the TS5000, TS4000 and TS800 series. Add-on Fusion exist for the other models. Safety All TereScope® models are eye and skin safe at the aperture and comply with eye safety Class 1M. Network Management SNMP Management: TereScope® is fully managed by using the SNMP option. SNMP monitoring can be done via MegaVision Web®, MRVֽs SNMP Element Management web-based system or any other SNMP browser. Dry Contacts The TereScope® systems can be equipped with a dry contact option that enables interfacing to dry contacts based local and remote management and monitoring systems. End-to-End Networking The unique integration of high bandwidth with most...

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WireXpert 4500

Most advanced cable tester up to 2.500 MHz Certify your data center and enterprise installations in the shortest time The WireXpert, with its unparallelled 2,500 MHz measurement range, is the first cable certifier with capability to certify the highest performance cabling systems in enterprise networks and data centers. Cable installers make significant gain in productivity with WireXpert‘s industry leading test speed and ease of use. With certification testing up to Class FA and CAT8 copper cabling, as well as MPO, SM and MM fiber optic cabling, WireXpert is ready for 40G and beyond. Easy to Use and ruggedized design Fast and simple for highest productivity Protects your Investment: Beyond 10G with CAT8 ready cable tester Proven Accuracy independently verified by ETL Approved by all major cable vendors...

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OUT OF BAND NETWORKS

Out-of-Band Networks provide secure remote service port access, remote power management and environmental monitoring to devices in an organization’s networks and infrastructures. This nearly eliminates the need for physical presence at a device to correct problems or manage its everyday operation. This mode of unmanned operation is called Out-of-Band or Lights Out Management. Normally, an Operating Infrastructure device such as a server is managed through the switches and routers in the organization’s Production Network. But when the server becomes disconnected from the Production Network due to an error, it frequently requires physical presence at the server to restore it to normal operation. This can nearly be eliminated by using an Out-of-Band Network to remotely power cycle the server and manage it back into the Production Network using the server’s service port. The same is true for devices such as switches and routers in the Production Network. Secure remote access to devices in an organization’s Physical Infrastructure can usually only be performed through the Out-of-Band Network. Primary access to the Out-of-Band Network itself is usually through the Production Network. But when a Production Network failure causes Out-of-Band Network equipment to become disconnected, access can be established through a modem to restore Production Network and Out-of-Band Network equipment to normal operation. Using an Out-of-Band Network to aid in the management of an organization’s networks and infrastructures can cut costs, increase security, lower downtime is also reduced since devices can be brought back online quickly without the delays of dispatching personnel to device locations. In many data centers, power and cooling challenges limit future expansion and bring additional capital equipment and utility costs. Current trends include the increased use of 3 phase power, higher amperage circuits, higher cabinet density and increased current/environmental monitoring. Advanced power management capabilities can reduce energy costs, cooling and space requirements, and extend equipment life span. In test labs, power management enables time based equipment sharing, greatly reducing energy and capital equipment costs. Consolidating power, environmental and physical plant management into the existing IP infrastructure reduces the number of management applications and associated training, support, and maintenance of those applications, while also streamlining operations providing further savings in operational costs. Simplifying Operations Like any other network, an Out-of-Band Network must implement secure access...

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