Fluke Networks earns Good Design Award from Chicago museum
July 20, 2005 - DTX CableAnalyzer picked by Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design.
Fluke Networks today announced that its DTX CableAnalyzer cable tester has been named winner for a 2004 Good Design Award by The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design.
DTX CableAnalyzer's platform is designed to significantly reduce total time to certify by improving every aspect of the testing process. The DTX is the only independently verified TIA Accuracy Level IV tester to obtain UL accuracy classification.
"Being a winner of The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design's Annual Good Design Award illustrates how the DTX CableAnalyzer has proven itself as an effective cable testing tool for many of our largest customers," says Gary Ger, Fluke Networks datacom marketing manager. "We're happy to see our product recognized for its ability to improve the speed, accuracy and diagnostic capability of the testing process."
The Awards for 2004 were for the following categories: electronics, sports equipment, children's products, furniture, office products, industrial equipment, medical equipment, fabric/textiles, automotive/transportation, urban furniture/architecture, tabletop, kitchen and bath, household appliances, household products, lighting, hardware/tools, personal products, and graphics and packaging.
The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design is an International Museum of Architecture and Design.
Fluke Networks is based in Everett, WA. For more information visit www.flukenetworks.com.