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The MediaLinX Switching Media Converter is designed to interconnect different network segments to a multimode fiber backbone in the LAN, or connect multiple LANs over MAN fiber. Featuring a 10/100 Ethernet copper port and a 100Base-FX fiber port, the unit is both a media and speed converter, allowing an Ethernet network to be extended up to 80 km over single-mode fiber. The product is available as either a stand-alone unit or as a module. --IMC Networks

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Title Annotation:IMC Networks ships MediaLinX Switching Media Converter
Comment:Ethernet over fiber. (Fiber-optic and cabling products).(IMC Networks ships MediaLinX Switching Media Converter)
Author:Cicero, Anthony
Publication:Communications News
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jul 1, 2002
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