IMC Intros Fiber Converter

IMC Networks announces remotely managed T1/E1/J1 fiber converter, ideal for extending telco and PBX circuits over fiber

November 1, 2002

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FOOTHILL RANCH, Calif. -- IMC Networks, a leading manufacturer of fiber optic connectivity and LAN/WAN bandwidth management solutions for Local, Wide and Metropolitan area network applications, today announced its new, remotely managed T1/E1/J1 fiber converter. The T1/E1/J1 converter and network extender is available as a module for the Central Office and as a standalone unit for Customer Premises applications. The T1/E1/J1 series is an ideal solution for converting the twisted pair interfaces found on most telecommunications equipment and routers to fiber optics, and extending the transmission distances of these circuits up to 80 kilometers. Featuring remote SNMP management, support for multiple protocols and fiber types, and advanced diagnostic and troubleshooting tools, the new T1/E1/J1 series is designed as a cost-effective and flexible solution for both enterprise LAN and service provider applications. “Given today’s economic climate, both public and private network operators are looking to maximize the investments in the existing copper-based active equipment and network infrastructure,” said Michael Dailey, president and chief executive officer of IMC Networks. “Our new T1/E1/J1 fiber converter allows network operators to extend the productive life of their legacy equipment and break the physical distance limitations of twisted pair circuits by converting to fiber optics,” continued Dailey.IMC Networks

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