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Fibre network intrusion detection for defence site

Optellios : 09 August, 2007  (Application Story)
Air Force establishment in Cheyenne Mountains protects its fibre network with FiberPatrol FP5100 from Optellios
Optellios has successfully deployed its FiberPatrol FP5100 system for the protection of fibre optic communication lines within the NORAD/USAF Cheyenne Mountain Complex in Colorado Springs, CO. The FiberPatrol system, which actively monitors physical network pathways against intrusion, was installed as a joint effort between Optellios and a national defence contractor already operating on site.

"Our team exceeded the demanding performance and technological criteria for securing critical fibre-optic communication routes within the complex," said Jay Patel, CEO of Optellios. "We are proud to do our part in protecting our nation's critical infrastructures. We will be continuing our efforts to provide highly reliable and advanced products based on our patented technology."

Using advanced technology, Optellios' FiberPatrol system can analyse the slightest disturbance within the fibre-optic link to identify and locate potential threats to transmission integrity. Currently, FiberPatrol is deployed in both private and public facilities around the world protecting perimeter boundaries and communication pathways.

Final acceptance of the Cheyenne Mountain system in April, 2007 marks the conclusion of a rigorous long term testing and performance certification process.
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