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Anritsu Unveils 400G Test Solution

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RICHARDSON, Texas -- Anritsu Company, a global leader in test solutions for high-speed optical communications, will display measuring tools for the lab, production floor, and field in its booth (#1123) at OFC 2014, March 11-13, in San Francisco, CA. Headlining the product portfolio is the MP1800A Signal Quality Analyzer (SQA) BERT, which will be shown in signal integrity, 400G+ Super Channel, and 100G Active Optical Cable (AOC) applications, along with the VectorStar MS4640B Vector Network Analyzer (VNA). Additionally, OFC exhibitors can see demonstrations on Anritsu’s handheld optical field test solutions for legacy systems and Next Generation Networks (NGNs).

“Optical communications is a driving force behind high-speed backplanes, data centers focusing on cloud computing and high-definition streaming services, and other NGN applications. To meet these needs, the transmission speeds of physical-layer devices and modules are increasing. At OFC 2014, we will demonstrate how Anritsu test solutions such as the MP1800A and VectorStar address the stringent test requirements at every stage of optical communications and networking,” said Wade Hulon, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Anritsu Company.

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