We have the Atrica compatible products you’ll have a tough time finding anywhere else. That’s because Atrica products are just a fond memory at Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN). Following NSN’s 2008 acquisition of Atrica, NSN had continued its sales and support of Atrica’s A-line series,… read more
Integra’s Fiber Optic Network Solutions
Savings, Quality and Personal Service
SAVE MONEY! Save up to 70% or more on Integra Networks compatible equipment for your fiber optic network needs.
The savings that Integra Networks provides is what first gains a buyer’s attention. However, our customers will tell you that the overall experience of doing business with Integra Networks runs far deeper than that…
- FAST DELIVERY: Wide variety of products stocked domestically, ready for overnight shipment
- VARIETY: ‘Off the shelf’ and customized solutions available
- RESPONSIVE: Personalized customer relationship
- RELIABLE: In-house testing procedures ensure a high degree of reliability
Located in New York’s Capital Region, Integra Networks Inc. is one of the industry’s fastest growing fiber optic equipment manufacturers, specializing in providing quality, cost-effective OEM compatible optical transceivers.
Integra Networks is nationally recognized for its superior products, domestically stocked inventory, short lead times, reputable engineers with a commitment to functionality and reliability, and the ability to provide personalized service including, highly customized solutions. As experts in the industry, Integra Networks is able to provide industry-standard fiber optic equipment designed to increase capacity and improve performance of the MSO, RBOC, TELCO, enterprise, education and government networks they serve.
Fiber Optics Products at a Glance
These small, hot-swappable pluggable interfaces provide physical layer signaling for data, voice, storage and video transport networks over your WDM, CWDM and DWDM configurations. Their design and interoperability is controlled by industry-approved standards.
Passive Optical Components
Integra Networks offers a full line of passive Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) products to assist you in making the most of your network assets by transmitting multiple signals over the same fiber at different wavelengths. Whether your needs are "off the shelf" or highly customized, we work with you to identify the right solution for your unique needs.
Bend Resistant Fiber Jumpers
Integra Networks offers a complete line of factory terminated fiber jumpers for multimode and single mode fibers and connector types. We use the most advanced ITU G.657B compliant bend resistant optical fibers where available, along with a manufacturing process that assures superior connector performance. This compliance ensures that we are meeting, if not exceeding the industry standards for optical reflectance and insertion loss.
Integra News & Events
Integra Networks, Inc. is very pleased to announce that we now are offering optics compatible with the Cyan Z77 platform. Our optical transceivers are coded, tested and certified to be 100% compatible with the Cyan Z77 platform. The following optics are now certified on the… read more
The Integra Networks’ CWDM Optical Power Meter, OTE-CPM18, is designed to measure the optical power of CWDM wavelengths 1270-1610nm used for CWDM transport, FTTX, LTE, and PON systems. It’s compact size and durable construction make it suitable for field operations. Main Features of the Integra… read more
Integra Networks, one of the nation’s fastest-growing fiber optic equipment manufacturers and the fastest-growing company in the Capital Region, today announced that Lou Sackal has been named product development manager. In his position, which is a new one at the company, Sackal will be responsible… read more
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