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CeBIT 2014: With ARGUS 162, intec Presents the DSL and Fibre Combi Tester for the Future of High-Speed Internet

LUEDENSCHEID, Germany, February 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

ARGUS 162 features all important broadband interfaces for sustainable testing - intec also showcases the new start-up device ARGUS 151


intec, a leading provider of DSL measurement technology with more than 25 years of experience, will be presenting two new testers at this year's CeBIT: the ARGUS 162 and the ARGUS 151. Both testers offer a wide variety of functions and impress with their high quality "Made in Germany" standards.

The new ARGUS 162 combines the capabilities of a tester for day-to-day installation with those of a tester for high-speed interfaces such as GPON (FTTH) or VDSL2 Bonding. In addition, it is equipped with a powerful and versatile SFP slot (FTTx) and a copper based Gigabit Ethernet interface which can, for example, provide a full ONT or xDSL modem simulation. Furthermore, it supports VDSL2 Vectoring and on request also integrates an ADSL interface as well as all recognised handset functionalities for ISDN (BRI S/T/U) and POTS.

Comprehensive features of ARGUS 162 and 151

ARGUS 151, the new starter model for testing, supports ADSL as well as VDSL2 Vectoring. The compact, low-cost device impresses with extensive functionalities and simple and user-friendly operation.

Both ARGUS 162 as well as the smaller ARGUS 151 are equipped with a Gigabit Ethernet interface and an Ethernet-TDR function, for example to measure loop lengths in LAN cabling. Both devices utilise the IPv4 and the new IPv6 protocol for parallel triple-play testing e.g. high-speed downloads with multiple 100 Mbit/s as well as simultaneous VoIP and IPTV.

Both testers can be optionally equipped with a two-wire TDR function for detecting faults in metallic cables, also on the last mile of DSL accesses, as well as with the ARGUS Copper Box for the safe and accurate measuring of all important electrical quantities within the local loop including, among others, voltage, isolation resistance or capacitance.

About intec Gesellschaft für Informationstechnik mbH

With over 25 years of experience in this sector, intec GmbH can be considered to be one of the leading providers of xDSL, ISDN and IP-measurement technology in Europe. The intec ARGUS product range provides a convenient solution for commissioning and troubleshooting on xDSL and ISDN connections. Specifically designed for user requirements in daily, praxis-related operations for international network operators, service providers and installation companies, the ARGUS measuring devices have already been purchased more than 80,000 times. Companies such as Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone, Telefonica, KPN, British Telecom and Telekom Austria put their trust in the quality of the intec products "Made in Germany".

Images:
are available on request by sending an e-mail to Frederik Löwer - [email protected] as well as under http://www.rheinfaktor.de/presse/intec/pressefotos.html

CeBIT 2014

10.-14.03.2014

Hall 13, Stand D58

For more information about ARGUS testers, please go to http://www.argus.info/en, contact your distributor or get in touch with us directly at +49(0)2351-9070-0.

SOURCE intec Gesellschaft für Informationstechnik mbH

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