Based in Irvine, California, Omnitron Systems Technology innovates, designs and manufactures media converters, Carrier Ethernet demarcation devices, CWDM multiplexers and fiber-optic access products.
Omnitron's products are designed and manufactured in the United States, and support 10/100/1000, Gigabit and 10 Gigabit Ethernet, T1/E1, T3/E3, OC-3, OC-12 and a variety of serial protocols.
Omnitron serves the Enterprise LAN, Service Provider Metropolitan First-Mile (Fiber-to-the-X), Government, Military, Transportation and Industrial markets.
Omnitron has produced steady year-to-year growth of its domestic and international market since its incorporation in 1992. This growth can be attributed to Omnitron's innovative and quality-oriented engineering as well as its fanatically responsive customer service (including Omnitron's lifetime warranty and free 24/7 technical support). Steve Mood, Omnitron's CTO put it this way, "Everyone at Omnitron, from the CEO to the shipping clerk is involved in delivering quality, user-oriented products. We talk with our users and pack their ideas into our products. As a result, our engineers design products and features that have value for our customers."
Since its first AS/400 and Token Ring products, through its early Ethernet hubs and switches to present day state-of-the-art access products, Omnitron has been developing innovative fiber-optic solutions for network applications.
The FlexPoint™ family of unmanaged media converters was introduced in 1998 to provide a diverse range of unmanaged self-contained module products.
In 2001 Omnitron launched the first of the iConverter® family of managed fiber access media converters with a full and continuously developing set of modules. With its associated SNMP NetOutlook™ Network Management Software, the iConverter family has become the preferred fiber access equipment used by many service providers and enterprise users worldwide.
The miConverter™ family of unmanaged miniature media converters was introduced in 2004 to provide cost-effective fiber-to-the-desktop and fiber-to-the-laptop connectivity solutions.
In 2005, Omnitron strategically entered the Carrier Ethernet market with the iConverter line of Network Interface Devices, and has continuously developed these products with strong Metro Ethernet Forum involvement.
The iConverter line of CWDM multiplexers was launched In 2008, providing a multi-service platform with other media converter and NID modules installed in high-density chassis.
Today, Omnitron is setting new standards in turnkey Fiber-to-the-X (FTTX) access with easy-to-use products that provide sophisticated fiber connectivity solutions.