Ipitek Gets Urge to Converge

Ipitek introduces cost-effective total converged solution for video, voice, and data

September 2, 2008

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CARLSBAD, Calif. -- Integrated Photonics Technology (IPITEK), a leading designer, developer, manufacturer and supplier of Video-Optimized Intelligent Broadband Networks, announced today that it has added the HBR-2502 Digital Transport Multiplexer to its Internet Media Transport (IMTRAN®) product line. The HBR-2502 is built to provide a cost-effective total converged solution for video, voice, and data by efficiently managing and expanding a customer's broadband networks.

IPITEK's new generation HBR-2502 is an optical fiber multiplexing platform that handles both analog and digital video, TELCO standard DS1, DS3 and SONET and Ethernet and asynchronous data. The product maximizes signal flow, eliminating wasted bits to utilize only the amount of required bandwidth for the signal to be transported. The product's enhanced reliability and low power consumption is provided by the state-of-the-art new generation of advanced common line-cards such as the core routing modules, Node-Controller, and Power system. Ideal for high capacity sites and high-end High Definition build-out, the HBR-2502 is NEBS certified and qualification tested.

"How you manage your bandwidth can determine whether or not you make your budgets; whether or not you can provide top quality, reliable services to your customers effectively and efficiently," said Michael Salour, chairman and chief executive officer of IPITEK. "With video accounting for a 60% share of all Internet traffic today, IPITEK's HBR-2502 is built to ensure that you are fully prepared for the video communications revolution."

Ipitek Inc.

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