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Omnitron in the News

Irvine, CA – June 17, 2008 Omnitron Systems Technology (www.omnitron-systems.com), a provider of fiber optic access systems for next-generation Carrier Ethernet networks, today announced compatibility with the Simple Network Management Protocol Version 3 (SNMPv3) for the iConverter® family of products.  SNMP is an interoperable standards-based protocol for network management, and SMNPv3 provides secure access to network devices by a combination of authenticating and encrypting packets over the network.

New Converter Provides Flexible Fiber Network Evolution

Irvine, CA – May 20, 2008 – Omnitron Systems Technology, (www.omnitron-systems.com) a provider of Carrier Ethernet demarcation devices and media converters, today announced the availability of the new iConverter® xFF fiber-to-fiber media converter. The iConverter xFF is a protocol-transparent and data-rate independent media converter designed to simplify fiber-to-fiber conversion for Ethernet and TDM networks by providing conversion between different wavelengths, multimode and single-mode, dual and single-fiber.

FOSE, Washington, DC – May 2, 2008 – Omnitron Systems Technology, a provider of fiber optic access systems for next-generation optical Ethernet networks, today announced new extended temperature ranges for its popular iConverter family of intelligent media converters and Network Interface Devices (NIDs). iConverter products now support a wide temperature range of -40º to +60º Celsius for mission-critical reliability in harsh temperature environments, and select products support an extended temperature range of -40º to +75º Celsius.

FOSE, Washington, DC – April 18, 2008 – Omnitron Systems Technology, a provider of fiber optic access systems for next-generation optical networks, today announced the availability of the new iConverter® X21serial-to-fiber media converter for X.21 and RS-530 applications. The iConverter X21 transmits serial data over fiber optic cabling that extends network links up to 120 kilometers.

Irvine, CA – Feb. 19, 2008Omnitron Systems Technology (www.omnitron-systems.com), a provider of fiber optic access systems for next-generation carrier Ethernet networks, today announced a set of enhancements to its iConverter® T1/E1 and T3/E3 media converters. The two media converters are carrier-grade products designed to give telco and cable operators, utilities and enterprises the flexibility to provide different services over existing fiber access infrastructure, thereby reducing costs and creating additional revenue opportunities. The iConverter portfolio of fiber media converters and network interface devices consists of modular converters and chassis that combine to provide a variety of configurations for central office and customer premises fiber deployments. In addition to T1/E1 and T3/E3, iConverters support 10/100 and Gigabit Ethernet, OC3, OC12 and serial technologies.

Irvine, CA – Feb. 18, 2008Omnitron Systems Technology, (www.omnitron-systems.com) a provider of fiber optic access systems for next-generation Carrier Ethernet networks, today announced the latest additions to its iConverter® Network Interface Device (NID) portfolio. The four new NIDs are carrier-grade, Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) certified solutions designed for use in telco, cable and utility networks to support copper-to-fiber, fiber-to-fiber and copper-to-copper demarcation with fixed copper, fiber or Small Form Pluggable (SFP) ports.

Peterborough, Ontario and Irvine, California (January 8, 2008) – Lindsay Broadband, a leading manufacturer of wired and wireless last mile HFC distribution products, and Omnitron Systems Technology (www.omnitron-systems.com), a leading provider of fiber optic access systems for Carrier Ethernet networks, have announced a strategic development and sales partnership.

Warsaw, Poland – September 20, 2010 – Omnitron Systems and Calnex Solutions announced a successful interoperability test of the Y.1731 Ethernet OAM with multiple Ethernet platforms at the EANTC Interoperability Test, which was showcased at the Carrier Ethernet World Congress here today.

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