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RAD Intros Ethernet Demarc SFP

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NEW YORK -- Introducing technology that eliminates Carrier Ethernet operational pain points and the need for multiple pieces of equipment, and doing it in a finger-sized and extraordinarily flexible form factor, RAD Data Communications has changed the rules of the Ethernet service game.

RAD's new Micro Network Interface Device (MiNID), introduced this week at Ethernet Expo Americas, is a fully functional and hugely intelligent SFP form-factor solution that plugs into the SFP cage of any manufacturer’s host unit. When an SFP device is inserted into the patent-pending sleeve, it is transformed into a Carrier Ethernet demarcation and SLA verification device for remote service monitoring and fault isolation.

Its compact size makes the MiNID an ideal solution for small cell backhaul applications, as well as virtual private networks and carrier-wholesale provider network termination.

RAD Data Communications Ltd.

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duxman
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duxman,
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12/5/2012 | 5:17:50 PM
re: RAD Intros Ethernet Demarc SFP


I'm guessing you mean Ethernet and NOT Ehternet?


Geez, if there's anybody who ought to know how to spell Ethernet, it's you guys.

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digits,
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12/5/2012 | 5:17:49 PM
re: RAD Intros Ethernet Demarc SFP


Thank you for pointing out the error. It has been corrected.


Proof, if needed, that this is still an operation involving human beings.... 

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12/5/2012 | 5:17:49 PM
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