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CNT Releases Optical Networking Products

Computer Network Technology announced the UltraNet Wave Multiplexer 7600 and UltraNet Optical Multiplexer 7500 optical networking products.

The UltraNet Wave Multiplexer 7600 is a dense wave division multiplexer (DWDM), which uses multiple lasers to transmit multiple light signals simultaneously over a single optical fiber, enabling existing fiber infrastructure to be greatly increased. The UltraNet Optical Multiplexer 7500 is a time division multiplexer (TDM), which transmits multiple signals simultaneously over a single transmission path, allowing lower-speed signals to be time sliced into one high-speed transmission and re-divided into a lower speed on the receiving end.

Contact CNT, (800) CNT-0090, www.cnt.com.

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