TEL AVIV, Israel, July 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
RiT Technologies (NASDAQ: RITT), today announced that its SMART Xlight™ end-to-end fiber optic cabling solution has been certified by an independent laboratory to exceed 10 Gb/s and 100Gb/s performance requirements as specified in the ANSI/TIA-568-C standard. The independent testing was performed by Intertek, one of the world's largest and most widely respected independent testing organizations, across multiple channel configurations that included RiT SMART Xlight end-to-end 10G configuration, RiT SMART Xlight end-to-end 100G configuration, LC multi-mode cords, LC-MPO cassettes, MPO-MPO pre-terminated cables, LC-LC cassettes and MPO cords, in both intelligent and non-intelligent architectures.
"Extended performance margins are crucial in high-bandwidth multi-fiber array systems like RiT's SMART Xlight fiber optic line," commented Dr. Ben Eshay, RiT's CTO. "The tests performed by this respected laboratory certify that our products support high-density, high-bitrate protocols and installations, future-proofing the datacenter through the provision of 10, 40 or 100 gigabytes per second bandwidth. This is a benefit that data center engineers can leverage to create maximum flexibility and superior performance in their data center designs, especially when coupled with the deployment of RiT's intelligent infrastructure management solutions."
Dr. Ben Eshay continued, "In fact, every aspect of our SMART datacenter cabling product line reflects our 20 years of experience in providing the top quality, cutting-edge solutions that meet the exacting needs of our customers' dynamic organizations. With a total commitment to R&D and testing, we bring a broad variety of innovative products to markets looking for robust, reliable performance in all types of real-world data center environments. As the data center industry continues raising the performance bar, we continue to evolve, creating ever-higher-grade products today that support both current and future needs."About RiT Technologies