LaserBit improves Pico

LaserBit Communications has added an E1 Interface option, SNMP system management and increased the distance capability of its Pico offering.

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By  Matthew Southwell Published  March 21, 2004

Free space optics (FSO) vendor LaserBit Communications has added an E1 Interface option, SNMP system management and increased the distance capability of its wireless connectivity solution. The renamed Pico II is capable of linking PBX based communication networks and it being touted as an ideal solution for temporary, short range, and last mile line-of-sight voice networking connectivity requirements. “We have recognised the needs of our customers to have cost-effective, quick to install, connectivity giving voice networking as well as our wire-speed data networking for temporary and last mile situations,” says Zsolt Tereczki, product offer director at LaserBit Communications. “We believe Pico II provides unbeatable price/performance for short range E1 applications,” he adds, The Pico II can be ordered with an IP based SNMP compatible management device, which gives customers flexibility of remote control and monitoring, and can be deployed to connect sites at distances up to 200m. The Pico II is available in two versions, either full wire-speed Ethernet connectivity or with a G.703 interface. “The Pico II with E1 enhancement demonstrates our commitment to meet every need of our customers, enabling us to deliver fantastic quality of service together with the return on investment possible using FSO technology,” says Walter Koenig, chairman & CEO of LaserBit Communications.

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