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Anritsu and EPS Global Announce Distribution Agreement

TEXAS, USA & DUBLIN, Ireland, September 29, 2014 -- Anritsu Networks Co., Ltd. and EPS Global today announced that Anritsu’s industry-leading Traffic Control Appliances are now available through EPS Global’s distribution network to resellers, VARs, system integrators, and end users throughout the United States and Canada.


EPSGlobal Announces The Launch of Its New Website!

DUBLIN, Ireland, September 17, 2014 -- EPSGlobal is pleased to announce the launch of its new website at www.epsglobal.com. The website launch coincides with the opening of their latest Sales Office and Programming Centre in Querétaro, Mexico, bringing the total number of EPSGlobal office locations worldwide to 28.


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OFC ’14: Finisar CFP4 & 40G VCSEL Demo

Finisar demonstrates CFP4 MSA form factor for 100G systems within carrier and data-center environments, 40G serial vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) link technology that increases per-lane data rates, a 16-channel x 25G CDFP active optical cable (AOC), and hybrid Raman erbium-doped fiber amplifier (EDFA) for extending reach without compromising performance.

Finisar also showcased its new indium phosphide (InP)-based optical components, expanding its 100G coherent portfolio.