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Research Triangle Park, NC, February 27, 2014 Sumitomo Electric Lightwave (www.sumitomoelectric.com) and Omnitron Systems (www.omnitron-systems.com) today announced the successful completion of interoperability testing of the DEMARC Auto-Configuration (DAC) process with Sumitomo’s FSU7100 DPoE™ Certified Series EPON Optical Line Terminal (OLT) and Omnitron’s iConverter® GM4 Network Interface Demarcation Device. The DAC process provides automatic provisioning of the demarcation device for Carrier Ethernet services over DOCSIS® Provisioning of EPON (DPoE) networks. This successful interoperability demonstration verifies an end-to-end solution for automating DOCSIS provisioning of Carrier Ethernet business and mobile backhaul services.

SCTE Cable-Tec Expo, Atlanta, GA – October 21, 2013 – (www.omnitron-systems.com) today announced the demonstration of the iConverter® GM4 PoE Network Interface Device (NID) at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo. The GM4 PoE is the first Carrier Ethernet 2.0 NID with integrated Power over Ethernet (PoE), that leverages DOCSIS and PON networks to directly power small cell equipment and reduce service providers' deployment costs.

Irvine, CA - September 30, 2013 - Omnitron Systems  today announced the launch of GM4-PoE, the first Carrier Ethernet (CE) 2.0 Network Interface Device that integrates up to 60W Power over Ethernet (PoE) to directly power small cell equipment and reduce service providers' Total Cost of Ownership.

Irvine, CA – September 23, 2013 - Omnitron Systems Technology, (www.omnitron-systems.com) a leading provider of fiber access products for Carrier Ethernet business services and mobile backhaul, today announced that Local Backhaul Networks (www.LocalBackhaul.com) has integrated the iConverter® GM4 Network Interface Device (NID) into OcularIP. The iConverter GM4 NID provides Carrier Ethernet 2.0 service demarcation with comprehensive support for SLA performance monitoring and fault management capabilities.

Irvine, CA – April 16, 2013 - Omnitron Systems Technology, (www.omnitron-systems.com) a provider of Carrier Ethernet demarcation devices, announces the launch of NetOutlook® EMS that provides Carrier Ethernet 2.0 management and monitoring for iConverter® Network Interface Devices (NIDs). NetOutlook EMS is a carrier class Element Management System that streamlines the provisioning, monitoring and maintenance of iConverter devices in a complex network environment.

COMPTEL Plus, Las Vegas, NV - March 10, 2013 - Omnitron Systems Technology, (www.omnitron-systems.com) today announced the launch of new and enhanced five-port iConverter GM4 Network Interface Devices (NID) with G.8032v2 ring protection and 1588v2 synchronization. The GM4 can be deployed as a demarcation device at a cell tower, multi-tenant customer premises or as an aggregation device at a hub location.

 

Network Interface Devices are among the first group of MEF CE 2.0 Certified Compliant products

San Diego, CA – January 30, 2013 - Omnitron Systems Technology, (www.omnitron-systems.com) a provider of Carrier Ethernet demarcation devices, today announced that iConverter® Network Interface Devices (NIDs) are certified compliant to deliver Carrier Ethernet 2.0 services. The Metro Ethernet Forum’s Carrier Ethernet 2.0 certification was provided by Iometrix, the official MEF certification test lab, where iConverter NIDs achieved accreditation for CE 2.0 by passing hundreds of exacting test cases.

SCTE CableTec Expo, Orlando October 16, 2012 - Omnitron Systems, (www.omnitron-systems.com) today announced the successful completion of lab trials using its iConverter® GM4 Network Interface Demarcation Device supporting the DEMARC Auto-Configuration (DAC) process.  Defined by the CableLabs® DOCSIS Provisioning of EPON (DPoE™) DEMARC specification, the DAC process allows DEMARC devices to be automatically provisioned, enabling Carrier Ethernet services over the DPoE network. Omnitron’s successful lab trials were conducted with a major Cable MSO and demonstrated how automating provisioning shortens deployment time and reduces operational costs.

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