The NOYES Trace Results Manager (TRM) reporting software package now supports 10 GbE IEEE 802.3ae fiber certification as well as integration with parent company AFL’s OFL280 FlexTester and OFL250 OTDR products.

This new software version is free to customers using NOYES OTDR, OLTS and OPM products.

Fiber certification for 10 GbE lets users test fiber results based on industry standards and then create professional, comprehensive reports, the company says, adding, “This new version of TRM permits technicians to quickly view results, generate acceptance reports, analyze OTDR traces, loss or certification results or batch edited OTDR traces uploaded from NOYES M200, M210, M700, OFL280 FlexTester, OFL250 or C-series OTDRs and OPM products.” ??

"Bandwidth intensive applications such as video on demand, music downloads, tele-presence and cloud-based services are driving the need for additional capacity in telecom, broadband and enterprise networks,” explains Ganesh Nakhawa, product line manager at AFL’s Test and Inspection Division. “10 GbE technology comes with tighter optical budgets and the need to thoroughly test fiber infrastructure to new industry standards.”

In addition to supporting the OFL280 FlexTester and the OFL250, TRM works with the OPM5 power meter, and C-Series and M-Series OTDR products. 

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