EXFO Brings a QUAD OTDR to Its MaxTester Handheld Solution for Data Center and Enterprise Testing

QUEBEC CITY - EXFO Inc. introduces the MAX-720C QUAD as part of its newly launched C-Series OTDR/iOLM, which elevates the expected testing performances in fault finding of data center and enterprise networks. With industry-leading specifications and performance levels on singlemode and multimode fiber networks, this new QUAD OTDR/iOLM brings unprecedented quality of results, Go/No-go results, and automated fault-finding capabilities that minimize network downtime.

After almost five years on the market, iOLM has surpassed traditional OTDR test methods in fault finding and proven its superiority for accuracy and repeatability. iOLM's optimized and intelligent algorithms, combined with industry-leading specifications, provide automated, comprehensive and precise fault-finding results, which ensure first-time-right migration to high-speed links.

As the ideal solution for contractors, this versatile and budget-friendly MAX-720C-QUAD model offers the best all-in-one solution for multiple network testing, including LAN/WAN, Access, FTTH/PON characterization. It also integrates a power meter and VFL with quick on-board reporting. Hosted in the popular MaxTester platform, this tablet-style OTDR/iOLM helps contractors and network operators build faster, more reliable fiber networks.

For more information, visit http://www.exfo.com/QUAD

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