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16/05/2017

New Netway Spectrum series provides fibre optic flexibility

Brooklyn, NY (USA)

The Netway Spectrum Series of advanced hardened PoE switches and Ethernet over fibre media converters from Altronix is designed to deliver greater flexibility and integration for systems deploying fibre optic cabling.

"Adaptive transmission technologies continue to support the growth of IP video and access systems,” said Alan Forman, President, Altronix Corporation. “Our new Netway Spectrum Series provides the versatility to support fibre or copper infrastructure.”

Netway Spectrum Series hardened PoE switches and Ethernet over fibre media converters accommodate single or multi-mode fibre, as well as composite cable, which combines fibre with copper to simultaneously deliver low-voltage power and data at distances of up to a mile. The new Netway Spectrum Series includes rack mount media converters for head-end installation, as well as a wide range of indoor and outdoor models with single or multiple SFP Ports for remote deployment and embedded Linq Network Communications Technology for remote monitoring, control and reporting of power/diagnostics from anywhere over the network.


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