Canon announces its free space optics wireless data transmission system, Canobeam DT-100

December 1, 2003

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LAKE SUCCESS, NY -- Canon has combined more than fifteen years of free space optics (FSO) engineering expertise into its new Canobeam DT-100 Series, the highly versatile optical beam transmission system. The fourth generation of Canon's point-to-point optical beam transceivers feature built-in Auto Tracking throughout all three models, compact design, and exceptional affordability. The new Canobeam, on average, is 33% less expensive than its predecessors. Canon stands as the only manufacturer to offer standard tracking at price points that are highly competitive with systems that do not offer tracking as standard equipment.

The DT-100 Series transmits data at speeds from 25 Mbps to 1.25Gbps, over distances from 20m to 2 km, requires no FCC licensing and sets up in minutes. Canobeam technology provides a highly secure and reliable link, which has been proven at college and corporate campuses, government and military facilities and other applications where telecom bandwidth is insufficient, fiber is cost prohibitive or logistically impossible, or a redundant/disaster recovery system is essential.

"The latest Canobeam line builds on Canon's reputation for innovation by delivering our most compact, feature-packed and cost-effective FSO system yet," says Gordon Tubbs, assistant director for U.S.A., Inc. broadcast and communications division. "Canobeam DT-110, DT-120 and DT-130 models give network administrators an unmatched combination of dependability, performance, ease of use and value."

Canon Inc.

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