QUEBEC CITY -- EXFO Inc. (NASDAQ: EXFO, TSX: EXF) announced today the launch of the FTB-2 Pro Compact Platform, the industry's smallest platform for high speed, multi-technology and optical testing. This is the next generation in the FTB line of portable test platforms and the newest and most advanced member of the EXFO platform family.
The FTB-2 Pro delivers the most compact solution for high speed and multiservice testing as well as the power to handle the rigors of the field. The platform boasts a 10" high-resolution widescreen display and abundant connectivity via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Gigabit Ethernet and multiple USB ports, making it accessible in any testing environment. By leveraging the latest Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro operating system, the FTB-2 Pro offers the unique ability to run many third-party applications.
The FTB-2 Pro supports up to two 1-slot modules simultaneously such as a combination of Ethernet and OTDR modules. It also supports spectral and multi-layer testing; the platform has the necessary power for high speed, high performance testing. It delivers all the tools needed for maximum efficiency in field testing, all on the most compact multi-technology form factor for high speed deployments on the market today.
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