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Fiber Optic Network Simulator

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RALEIGH, N.C., July 15, 2022 — The Fiber Lab MSP fiber optic network simulator from M2 Optics Inc. simulates several common fiber optic links in a single unit for training, demonstration, and testing applications.

Built to eliminate the hassle of managing multiple fiber optic components, Fiber Lab MSP simplifies the task of simulating multiple fiber optic spans in locations where it can be more challenging such as classrooms, conference spaces, and on-site customer visits. The versatile solution includes several fiber lengths with integrated components such as 1xN splitters, connectors, and good/bad splices for a real-world network experience.
Jul 2022

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