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Anritsu Lands Optical Test Deal from BT

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LONDON -- Anritsu Corporation has today announced that it has concluded a contract with Openreach, BT’s access network division, for the supply of fibre optic test equipment to support the deployment of advanced high speed fibre optic networks. Anritsu will supply more than 1,000 units of the MT9090A Network Master under the contract, to measure the quality of fibre optic cable and connections in order to verify the installation.

The MT9090A provides industry leading capability in a unique compact size that is suited to making measurements out at the installation site. The unit features a dynamic range of 37 dB, together with the newly released “Fibre Visualiser” software to present the reading and analysis of the test results in an easy to use and informative visual block diagram. The combination of performance and form-factor for the Network Master make it the leading solution for this type of testing, and chosen for testing some of the worlds most advanced fibre access network deployments.

Michael Spatny, General Manager for Anritsu in the EMEA region commented “Anritsu is extremely proud to be selected to supply BT with our Network Master solution, demonstrating Anritsu’s leading position in the supply of Fibre Optic Test Equipment and supporting BT in the deployment of advanced fibre optic networks. This continues Anritsu’s long history in supplying the industry with innovative new fibre optic test equipment, and we are proud to demonstrate our commitment to the industry for the future”.

Anritsu Corp.

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