Rochester, N.Y. -- Precision OT, which supplies optical transceivers and related active/passive optical components, has added fiber optic jumpers to its extensive inventory. As a result, the company looks to solidify its position as a comprehensive supplier of optical equipment for network operators around the globe.
Precision OT now delivers fiber jumpers with a focus on customer service and support. The company has also developed a fiber jumper configurator accessible on its website. With functionality like a standard checkout portal, customers can easily view and decide on the fiber jumpers that will best suit their existing network architectures. A Precision OT engineer will double check the order to ensure customers are purchasing the right type of jumper for the transceivers they use.
"At Precision OT, we are always looking for effective ways to ease the procurement process for network operators and administrators in search of reliable, cost-effective equipment," said Precision OT CEO Todd Davis. “By adding fiber jumpers into our already-extensive inventory of optical networking equipment, we’re proud to become even more of a one-stop-shop for our customers."
Precision OT offers short lead times and same-day shipment upon request. The company also offers a 10-year warranty on its fiber jumpers and guarantees complete NEM-compatibility for all its products.
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