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By: Comtest Networks  09-12-2011
Keywords: service providers


Comtest CPE splitters support VDSL2 technology while remaining fully backwards-compatible with existing ADSL technologies.

Comtest splitters are built to meet your most demanding specifications—supporting the highest possible frequencies for more bandwidth and better data rates—at a competitive cost.

Service providers need to see farther—and more clearly—into their networks than ever before. Comtest’s exceptional test access products provide that visibility, upstream and down, for basic monitoring and more intensive troubleshooting.

Bring us your challenges; we’ll build you solutions. Industry-leading customers come to Comtest for custom boards because they know we have the experience and expertise to make things exactly the way they want.

Keywords: service providers

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