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Updated: July 8th, 2008 05:26 PM CDT

Polatis Launches and Demonstrates New Products in Instrumentation, Video, and Network Monitoring at OFC/NFOEC 2006

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* Targeted at customers in its Government Systems and Instrumentation lines, Polatis is introducing the world's first optical matrix switch card, based on the compact PCI (cPCI) standard. Port sizes range from 4 to 16 total ports, fully reconfigurable, and are mounted into standard 6U backplanes with dual redundant Ethernet interface.

* Already deployed in network monitoring applications, Polatis will formally announce the High Port count Asymmetric (HPA) product for network monitoring, test, and provisioning. Aimed at RFTS and PON/FTTx test & monitoring, the HPA is a highly flexible system, capable of port arrangements from 4x196 to 16x64 in a single 6U chassis, and is expandable to 8x900 in a single rack - while maintaining less than 2.0 dB loss.

Polatis will also be showing previously released products, including its OSM (Optical Switch Module) products, available in both hermetic and non-hermetic configurations, and its widely-deployed OST (Optical Switch Tray) product in 4x4 to 32x32 sizes, available with user-assignable port asymmetry. Many of the Polatis products are available in both single mode and multimode configurations.

"This OFC tradeshow is a testament to how seriously Polatis views its goal of leadership in the optical switch market", stated Dave Lewis, Polatis CEO.

"We continue to demonstrate our ability to innovate and deploy products that solve important customer needs. We have the widest family of optical switch products, enabling us to address the largest number of markets. In every product, we deliver unparalleled performance - setting the benchmark for others to follow. Over the next six months you will see more exciting products, including those that address switching in the core of the network."


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