SOURCE: Digital Lightwave

Digital Lightwave

October 14, 2010 07:20 ET

Digital Lightwave Announces NIC Platform Upgrade, Improved Workflow Integration

CLEARWATER, FL--(Marketwire - October 14, 2010) -  Digital Lightwave®, Inc., a leading provider of optical networking test equipment and technology, announced today performance upgrades to its NIC 2.5G, NIC 10G, NIC 40G, NIC Gig-E, NIC Plus and NIC EP multi-protocol test products.

"Our new, improved NICs feature a System Controller powered by the Intel Atom controller running Windows Embedded Standard. The new System Controller upgrade increases performance of the full range of SONET, SDH, OTN, Ethernet, Fiber Channel and PDH test instruments and improve the integration of the NIC product line into customers workflow," said Tony Goodchild, Director of Product Management and Marketing. "Enhancements such as these maintain Digital Lightwave's position as the market leader in future-proofing optical test & measurement. This latest update to the NIC platform allows the company to deliver enhancements specific to our customer's workflow such as exporting comprehensive PDF reports and supporting media such as Compact Flash, SD and USB 2.0. The new controller also supports our USB FiberVu product right out of the box, making it easy to plug in and verify the cleanliness and suitability of optical connectors."

Digital Lightwave's NIC platform was released in 2000 and continues to be at the forefront of the Optical Network Test & Measurement market due to a unique architecture that allows any NIC product to be upgraded to the latest technologies, providing the highest return on investment of any product in the industry. Recent product additions including 8Gbps and 10Gbps Fiber Channel and 40/43Gbps OTN/SONET/SDH.

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About Digital Lightwave 
Digital Lightwave, Inc. provides the global communications networking industry with products, technology and services that enable the efficient development, deployment and management of high-performance networks. Digital Lightwave's customers rely on its offerings to optimize network performance and ensure service reliability.

Contact Information

  • Media Contact:
    Tony Goodchild
    Digital Lightwave
    Corporate Communications