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FirstNews Briefs: Spirent, KORE Wireless, Amped Wireless, ZTE, ClariPhy

Tue, 03/11/2014 - 10:32am
Wireless Week Staff

Spirent Communications today announced the launch of the 4-port Spirent dX2 100G test module with support for CFP4 transceiver interfaces. CFP4 refers to the form factor of a new generation of optical transceivers, defined under the CFP Multi-Source Agreement (MSA), supporting the 40Gbit/s and 100Gbit/s interfaces needed to address the high bandwidth requirements of today and tomorrow’s communication networks.

KORE Wireless, an M2M wireless network provider, together with ATrack, a telematics hardware manufacturer, have established a global partnership to provide ATrack customers access to KORE M2M network services in more than 150 countries worldwide.

Amped Wireless, a manufacturer of wireless solutions for the home and office, today announced the availability of its REC15A High Power Compact 802.11ac Wi-Fi Range Extender. The wall-plug unit extends the signal of any standard 802.11a/b/g/n or ac Wi-Fi router by repeating, amplifying, and redistributing the signal in a new extended location.

ZTE Corporation has launched the LTE broadband multimedia trunking solution. ZTE’s LTE broadband multimedia trunking solution is based on TD-LTE technology. The system can be used across a multitude of sectors, providing information and communications technology (ICT) service for customers and meeting the requirements of many organizations including transport, public safety and energy.

ClariPhy Communications, Inc., a developer of high speed systems-on-chip (SoCs) for data networking, announced its LightSpeed-II CL10010-Z SoC for coherent CFP applications. The CL10010-Z supports data rates of 40G and 100G and is optimized for use in coherent CFP applications, enabling point to point unamplified links up to 80km (commonly known as the “ZR” application) as well as metro DWDM connections up to 1200km.

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