Digital Lightwave is a publicly held company (OTCBB: DIGL) whose headquarters are in Clearwater, Florida. The company's global presence — sales, service, and support offices as well as distribution partnerships — extends to more than 80 countries around the world.
We have substantially broadened our capabilities to enable us to serve all kinds of networks and the companies that build them, develop components for them, install them, and manage them. We enable our customers to know what's going on inside their networks so they can optimize performance and ensure service reliability.
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Digital Lightwave Corporate Overview
Digital Lightwave, Inc. provides the global fiber-optic communications industry with products and technology used to develop, install, maintain, monitor and manage fiber-optic communication networks.
Telecommunications service providers and equipment manufacturers deploy the Company's products to provide quality assurance and ensure optimum performance of advanced optical communications networks and network equipment.
The company's products are sold worldwide to telecommunications service providers, telecommunications equipment manufacturers, equipment leasing companies and international distributors.
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As of 12-03-07 Digital lightwave had an o/s of 255.5 million shares. Digital Lightwave Restructures Debt and Secures $2.5M Line of Credit
Remote Fiber Test System (RFTS)
Problems can occur at any point within a network. In the increasingly complex world of communications, customers can and do receive service from many providers; a single service provider no longer controls or owns all the elements of a network. Whether your network contains multiple points of presence or you are in a co-location application, deciding where a problem is, and who has ultimate responsibility can be difficult, time-consuming, and potentially costly. Demanding customers have choices; competing providers are always ready to step in, so assuring reliable, quality service is more critical now than it ever was.
With the FSXpert system in place, you can analyze the network by performing a variety of tests from a remote location. From this remote location, you can uncover a potential problem before it becomes a problem and you can determine fault responsibility. If the fault is isolated to circuits outside your network, there is no need to dispatch a technician. If the fault is found to be within your network, you can proceed to correct the problem.
With the FSXpert system strategically placed at Point of Presence (POP) locations, circuits added or dropped off Add-Drop Multiplexers (ADMs) can be remotely accessed for monitoring or testing from a Network Operations Center or other location. The FSXpert system can be custom configured to accommodate the number of circuits you need to access, as well as multiple test units.
- Non-intrusive and intrusive network access for monitoring or testing
- Modular system can be configured to meet network access needs
- Local or remote management
- Access to multiple test devices
- Transparency to all speeds and protocols
- Use the iVAM WDM, OTDR, OPM and switch modules to build unique solutions