Timbercon expands network simulation module line
May 31, 2007 -- The company has expanded its network simulation product line to incorporate custom attributes and application requirements designed to emulate specific network structures and profiles.
May 31, 2007 -- Timbercon Inc., a designer and manufacturer of custom fiber-optic products, has expanded its network simulation product line to incorporate custom attributes and application requirements designed to emulate specific network structures and profiles.
"The product line expansion adds an infinite number of options to the network simulation module product, enabling each client to specify exact performance characteristics," expains Sean Gitt, director of marketing for Timbercon. "Whether it's a custom enclosure, a specific event, multiple connection requirements, or something else entirely, the Timbercon network simulation module can support it."
Each network simulation module can be designed and built to emulate virtually any network or scenario, says the company. Specific events at defined locations (distances), multiple connection types, or multiple channels with varied lengths, or a combination of all are increasingly sought-after options. Timbercon says its network simulation modules are available in any length, with standard enclosures supporting lengths up to 200 kilometers.
Timbercon notes that its standard network simulation modules are available with multiple channel counts, connector types, and fiber options, allowing for a high-degree of application-specific performance while making them easy to integrate into existing systems.