PAV targets network bottlenecks with connectivity solution

PAV is promising cost effective bandwidth to users of its PAVLight range, as a result of the Free Optic Space (FSO) technology that it is utilising.

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By  Zoe Moleshead Published  April 2, 2003

PAV is promising users of its PAVLight range cost effective bandwidth as a result of the Free Optic Space (FSO) technology that it is using. The product offers bandwidth scalability ranging from 1.54 M/bits/s to 1 G/bit/s.

The PAVLight system is capable of providing high speed broadband wireless connections to distances of up to 4 kms. According to the vendor, the platform is a key tool for network administrators that are looking to reduce connectivity bottlenecks.

“With thousands of installations worldwide in carrier, mobile and technical enterprise markets, we really do understand customers’ needs, and with increased demand for scalable and manageable bandwidth we were keen to develop this product,” comments Paul Widdrington, PAV technical director.

“Unique to PAVLight is its modular architecture, developed by our highly experienced research and development team, and thus modular approach really puts PAV ahead of the competition,” he claims.

PAV also cites easy installation as a key feature of the product, which features Advanced Digital Modules (ADM) to provide the greatest variation of FSO solutions. PAVLight uses a standard multi-mode fibre optic connection to provide standard 10 base F, 100 Base F or 100 Base F interfaces.

“The technology behind PAVLight means maximum benefits for users. With demand increasing for cost effective high bandwidth solutions,” says Widdrington.

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