NEWS RELEASE

EAST COAST DATACOM, INC. ANNOUNCES

Dual 10GbE and 25Gbe Network Latency Emulator

12 October, 2017: East Coast Datacom, Inc., a leader in the design and manufacture of Network Latency Emulators will be introducing support for 25GbE network latency emulation testing. With the increasing demand for bandwidth in the data center and cloud computing, 10/25/50/100GbE networking is proving to be the cost effective transition. The biggest improvement in cost vs performance is with 10GbE to 25GbE. The move from 10GbE to 25Gbe has several important benefits. These include the 2.5 times higher data rates with existing server hardware utilizing the same PCIe buss width, lower CPU and power coupled with lower heat in the data center. Now add the lower cable transition of 10GbE to 25Gbe and it is easy to see the real reason why moving to 40GbE is cost prohibitive in most applications. We can all thank the 25 Gigabit Ethernet Consortium for moving fast to implement this important specification.

The EDS-25G will support 2-8 Ports of 10Gbe or 25Gbe per chassis providing users with a very cost effective solution for testing 10G Network Latency or 25G Network Latency.

The EDS-25G ships standard with a web GUI interface, Command Line Interface and the new Script Interface for automated testing environments supporting network impairment testing. The EDS-25G has a 3-year warranty covering software upgrades, factory support and all hardware.

******  For further information please contact:

Mr. Richard Barger - East Coast Datacom, Inc.

245 Gus Hipp Blvd., STE 3, Rockledge, FL 32955

Tel: (321) 637-9922 or Fax: (321) 637-9980

Web Site: www.ecdata.com


EAST COAST DATACOM, INC. ANNOUNCES

DBU-V11_FB WITH REDUNDANT AC/DC POWER

26 September, 2017: East Coast Datacom, Inc., a Florida-based data communications specialist, announces the DBU-V11_FB AC DC data broadcast splitter. The unit supports redundant input data ports for fallback and forward data ports with positive latching relays. Additionally, the unit has dual redundant power supplies supporting AC primary power with fallback and forward to a DC supply supporting 18-72VDC power. 

The new RS-530 data broadcast unit has V.11 electrical interfaces for balanced data rates up to 20Mbps. The DBU-V11_FB is an ideal solution for radar data distribution providing redundancy for data and power.

The unit is available immediatly in a 1U rack mount or standalone chassis.

CLICK: for Link to DBU-V11_FB data broadcast unit

 

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Mr. Richard Barger - East Coast Datacom, Inc.

245 Gus Hipp Blvd., STE 3, Rockledge, FL 32955

Tel: (321) 637-9922 or Fax: (321) 637-9980

Web Site: www.ecdata.com


EAST COAST DATACOM, INC. ANNOUNCES

MAJOR EDS-10G INSTALLATION IN FINANCIAL MARKETS

24 August, 2017: East Coast Datacom, Inc., a leader in the design and manufacture of communication products, announces a large install in the financial data markets. The European financial market has installed the EDS-10G in a demonstration test lab and for major distribution of financial data. The EDS-10G network latency emulator was introduced into the financial data stream to even the latency times between local and distant customers. The EDS-10G install allowed the financial data trading times among all users to be fine tuned evenly.

A new version of the EDS-10G was introduced with dual redundant power supplies and an IPMI management port with SNMP to monitor the EDS-10G hardware health. Additionally, East Coast Datacom, Inc released a new version of software to support 8-Ports of 10GbE traffic per server that is tuned to multicore Intel XEON processors.

The completion was not able to compare to the EDS-10G 8-Ports of 10GbE network latency per chassis. The EDS-10G order has been installed and is performing perfectly.

The EDS-10G now ships standard with a web GUI interface, Command Line Interface and the new Script Interface for automated testing environments supporting network impairment testing. The EDS-10G has a 3-year warranty covering software upgrades, factory support and all hardware.

******  For further information please contact:

Mr. Richard Barger - East Coast Datacom, Inc.

245 Gus Hipp Blvd., STE 3, Rockledge, FL 32955

Tel: (321) 637-9922 or Fax: (321) 637-9980

Web Site: www.ecdata.com

 


 

EAST COAST DATACOM, INC. ANNOUNCES

EDS-10G UPGRADE OPTIONS

8 August, 2017: East Coast Datacom, Inc., a leader in the design and manufacture of communication products, announces hardware and software upgrades to the EDS-10G Network latency Emulator. The EDS-10G hardware now supports dual redundant power supplies for critical operations. The new 2U chassis offers hot swap power supplies and IPMI monitoring of the entire hardware system via SNMP.

New EDS-10G software allows the support of up to 8-Ports of 10G traffic, running four separate delay emulations simultaneously. This greatly reduces the costing for multiple 10G emulation testing or adding 10G latency to critical links such as financial trading data to even delay times for all users.

The EDS-10G also has added automated software logic to allow users who upgrade or add 10G NIC Cards an automated means of upgrading the 10G NIC card to the proper revision for optimal Line Rate performance.

The EDS-10G now ships standard with a web GUI interface, Command Line Interface and the new Script Interface for automated testing environments supporting network impairment testing. The EDS-10G has a 3-year warranty covering software upgrades, factory support and all hardware.

******  For further information please contact:

Mr. Richard Barger - East Coast Datacom, Inc.

245 Gus Hipp Blvd., STE 3, Rockledge, FL 32955

Tel: (321) 637-9922 or Fax: (321) 637-9980

Web Site: www.ecdata.com

 


 

EAST COAST DATACOM, INC. ANNOUNCES

EDS-10G SCRIPT LANGUAGE SUPPORT

13 January, 2017: East Coast Datacom, Inc., a leader in the design and manufacture of communication products, announces software upgrades to the EDS-10G WAN Delay Emulator. The EDS-10G now supports an extensive list of script commands to control the instrument. Script command support is an important element in automated testing environments for network stress testing or network performance testing. Stress testing allows the network test engineer to create an adverse network environment that include fixed network latency and variable network latency. Other important test elements of network impairment testing include dropped packets, reordering of packets and duplicated packets. The EDS-10G Network Emulator is the ideal solution for such testing.

The EDS-10G script commands support all features of the EDS-10G presenting the user with a rich, easy to use interface for automated testing. Another useful tool released is the ability to remote monitor the EDS-10G hardware system and notification of system hardware performance.

The EDS-10G also has added automated software logic to allow users who upgrade or add 10G NIC Cards an automated means of upgrading the Intel X710 NIC card to the proper revision for optimal Line Rate performance.

The Sync2IP now ships standard with a web GUI interface, Command Line Interface and the new Script Interface for automated testing environments supporting network impairment testing. The EDS-10G has a 3-year warranty covering software upgrades, factory support and all hardware.

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Mr. Richard Barger - East Coast Datacom, Inc.

245 Gus Hipp Blvd., STE 3, Rockledge, FL 32955

Tel: (321) 637-9922 or Fax: (321) 637-9980

Web Site: www.ecdata.com


 

EAST COAST DATACOM, INC. ANNOUNCES

DLA CONTRACT AWARD

20 December, 2016: East Coast Datacom, Inc., a Florida-based data communications specialist, announces Defense Logistics Agency(DLA) award. The contract award is for hardware and technical support.

East Coast Datacom, Inc. is providing the Sync2IP, a device that transports serial communications at data rates up to 128Kbps over a 10/100 IP network. The Sync2IP converts up to four full duplex Synchronous serial data streams into a single IP packet stream. The serial stream consists of transmit and receive data with control signals that are converted and transmitted via the IP packets. The Sync2IP extends the life cycle of existing legacy serial communications equipment with the benefit of IP Communications.

The Sync2IP is available in a 1U rack mount chassis mounted with AC or an optional DC power supply.

CLICK: for Link to Sync2IP Serial to IP Converter

No further information on the award will be made available.

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Mr. Richard Barger - East Coast Datacom, Inc.

245 Gus Hipp Blvd., STE 3, Rockledge, FL 32955

Tel: (321) 637-9922 or Fax: (321) 637-9980

Web Site: www.ecdata.com

 


 

EAST COAST DATACOM, INC. ANNOUNCES

FITARA/COTS Compliant Network Emulator emerges with new INTEL© Technology

12 February, 2016: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a leader in the design and manufacture of communication products announces the EDS-10/40G Network Emulator. The versatile EDS-10/40G supports Copper or Fiber Ethernet for 10/100/1000, 10GbE and 40GbE WAN Emulation testing in one easy to use platform. The Commercial Off The Shelf(COTS) hardware design supports one of the highest Packet Per Second(PPS) throughput rates on the market and is fully FITARA hardware Compliant. The FITARA compliance allows users to expand the capabilities of the system or replace system parts with Intel COTS hardware. One example allows the user to purchase multiple Intel I350 or x710 NIC Cards for expanding 1G or 10GbE port capacity of the system.

The EDS-10/40G supports a host of user defined options for network bandwidth, latency, jitter, packet loss and other important network impairments. Network emulation testing has become increasingly critical to performance of applications prior to system deployment.

The EDS-10/40G uses a pipelined software architecture, which exploits the power of Intel multicore XEON processors. Fast network I/O is provided by new high performance Intel network adapter cards, the Netmap software framework, and careful tuning of the Linux operating system.

The EDS-10/40G uses a pipelined software architecture, which exploits the power of Intel multicore XEON processors. Fast network I/O is provided by new high performance Intel network adapter cards, the Open Source Netmap software framework, and careful tuning of the Linux operating system.

Stages of the processing such as input, traffic selection, shaping and delay emulation, packet manipulations and output are assigned to different cores, according to speed requirements and the complexity of the processing. This allows the EDS-10/40G to scale performance as the number and speed of the LAN ports grow. At the same time, the pipelined architecture inherently preserves the ordering of all traffic.

The EDS-10/40G is supplied in a 2U high, rack mount or bench top chassis. The unit operates on 90-240VAC power and has a 3-year warranty including support with standard software upgrades.

The EDS-10/40G has a list price of $16,995.00 US Dollars and ECD offers substantial discounts.

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Mr. Richard Barger - East Coast Datacom, Inc.

245 Gus Hipp Blvd., STE 3, Rockledge, FL 32955

Tel: (321) 637-9922 or Fax: (321) 637-9980

Web Site: www.ecdata.com

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

EAST COAST DATACOM, INC. ANNOUNCES
5-YEAR GSA CONTRACT EXTENSION

 February 2, 2016: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a industry leader in the design and manufacture of Network Delay Emulators announces five year extension of GSA Contract GS-35F-0187X. The contract extension covers all current products with the option to add additional products over the life of the contract. This contract vehicle allows all federal agencies with ease of access to critical network delay emulator test appliances. ECD also supplies many legacy serial communication products to the government and has established itself as a valued partner to the government for quality products at affordable price levels. The contract pricing includes 3-years of warranty and support for all ECD products, which further saves agencies valuable time and money.

The GSA Contract is administered by Debbie Barger of ECD and she noted that, "the GSA Contract has allowed our federal partners access to our network latency emulators. We value this relationship and I can assure our partners that ECD has the highest integrity, we do what we say we are going to do".

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

EAST COAST DATACOM, INC. ANNOUNCES
DBU-TTL DATA BROADCAST UNIT

27 January, 2016: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the eight port TTL Data Broadcast Unit, model DBU-TTL.

The DBU-TTL is designed for uses in receive only data broadcast applications. Examples of typical data broadcast applications are; Continuously updated public data displays and distribution of continuous data and clock signals to Terminals or receive only communication equipment. The DBU-TTL is especially suited for weather data distribution systems and radar data distribution.

The DBU-TTL utilizes an TTL interface with data rate capabilities up to 20Mbps. The unit supports up to eight receive only TTL Devices simultaneously.

The DBU-TTL typically continuously broadcasts receive data and receive timing from the input data source to the eight output ports. Each data port has independent drivers and receivers for transmission.

The DBU-TTL supports cascading multiple units together from a single data source for multiple outputs.

The List Price of the DBU-TTL is $1295.00 US Dollars with immediate availability.

See Web site for further details
http://ecdata.com/products/data-broadcast-units/

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

East Coast Datacom, Inc announces

Border Gateway Protocol( BGP) Network Delay Simulator

12 June, 2015: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a leader in the design and manufacture of Network Delay Simulators announces the BGP-EDS, Border Gateway Protocol or BGP Ethernet Delay Simulator.

Large corporate and government enterprise networks are increasing their use of BGP to interconnect different administrative and country specific regions. This geographic span adds further to the complexity of a BGP network when calculating and planning for network latency. Network design engineers need a reliable and cost effective means to test the routers’ ability to handle BGP transactions accurately while simulating network latency with their applications.

BGP-EDS Main Features:

> Supports 10/100/1000 copper or fiber in one economical design

> Adjust bandwidth, network delay, reordering, packet loss and duplication

> Shows list of applied profiles with source IP and destination IP

> Integrated with Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) Router

> Perform Routing Decision Dynamically based on number of networks available at that instant

> Assign router ID for a BGP router

> Adding and deleting Neighbors, Networks to and from the System

> Forwarding Packets based on routes created dynamically

> Show List of neighbors added to a BGP router and also shows BGP routing table

> View Routes Advertised to/by Neighbors

> Assign Preference(Weight) to a particular path from list of available Multiple paths

The BGP-EDS is managed by an integrated Graphical User Interface(GUI). The entire system is an embedded application with no user software to load.

The BGP-EDS is immediately available.

The BGP-EDS is supplied in 2U high 19inch wide rack mount or tabletop chassis. The unit operates on 90-240VAC power and has a 3-year warranty including support and free software upgrades.

The BGP-EDS has a list price of $19,995.00 US Dollars.

******For further information please contact:

Mr. Richard Barger - East Coast Datacom, Inc.

245 Gus Hipp Blvd., STE 3, Rockledge, FL 32955

Tel: (321) 637-9922 or Fax: (321) 637-9980

Web Site: www.ecdata.com

 


 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

east Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

ECONOMICAL 10/100/1000, 10G and 40G NETWORK DELAY SIMULATOR IN A SINGLE CHASSIS

16 January, 2015: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based test communications specialist, announces the EDS-10G, Ethernet Delay Simulator. The EDS-10G allows users to test/stage critical network equipment adding delays and impairments over 10/100/1000, 10GbE and future 40GbE networks. The economical design is an excellent choice for test evaluation of new or future products and technologies. The EDS-10G has no cumbersome software to load or confusing licenses to deal with for restricting bandwidth or user functions.

EDS-10G Main Features:

> Supports 10/100/1000 and 10GbE in one economical design, upgradable to 40G

> Adjust bandwidth, network delay, reordering, packet loss and duplication

> Bridge or Route modes for IP Traffic

> BERT test and port flapping feature

> Filter Support: IP Address, MAC, Port, Protocol, MPLS Label

> Supports IPV4/IPV6 and MPLS

Scripting support and line rate performance for 10/100/1000

Simulated network delays are bi-directional, independently controlled and may be set from 0mS up to 10 seconds in length. A variety of error conditions can be introduced under controlled and testable conditions. The EDS-10G will support line rates for traffic over 10/100/1000 and near line rate for 10GbE.

The most popular example of utilizing the EDS-10G is between a pair of high-speed routers in a staged network to simulate the actual network conditions with respect to delays and potential line errors. Other examples include simulating long-haul terrestrial transmission delays and modeling delays to simulate buffer and queue effects.

The EDS-10G is immediately available.

The EDS-10G is supplied in 3U high 19inch wide rack mount or tabletop chassis. The unit operates on 90-240VAC power and has a 3-year warranty including support and free software upgrades.

The EDS-10G has a list price of $12,500.00 US Dollars.

******For further information please contact:

Mr. Richard Barger - East Coast Datacom, Inc.

245 Gus Hipp Blvd., STE 3, Rockledge, FL 32955

Tel: (321) 637-9922 or Fax: (321) 637-9980

Web Site: www.ecdata.com


East Coast Datacom, Inc Announces 10/40G Ethernet Delay Simulator Development

4 March, 2014: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the EDS-10/40G Ethernet Delay Simulator development. The EDS-10/40G will allow users to test and stage critical network equipment adding delays and impairments over 1/10/40GbE networks. The unit is an excellent choice for validating and evaluating new products and technologies. The EDS-10/40GbE will allow users to accurately simulate:

  • bandwidth, latency, jitter, loss and congestion
  • packet loss patterns, bit error patterns
  • bandwidth change patterns, delay change patterns
  • packet reordering patterns
  • trigger patterns for emulation of e.g. cross-layer mechanisms
  • filter by IP Packets, Port Flapping
  • single and multi-path support for IPV4/IPV6
  • scripting support and line rate performance

Simulated network delays are bi-directional, independently controlled and may be set from 0mS up to 8 seconds in length. A variety of error conditions can be introduced under controlled and testable conditions. The EDS-10/40G will support line rates for any packet size.

The most popular example of utilizing the EDS-10/40G is between a pair of high-speed routers in a staged network to simulate the actual network conditions with respect to delays and potential line errors. Other examples include Simulating the delays and transmission impairments of geosynchronous satellite networks, Simulating long-haul terrestrial transmission delays and modeling delays to simulate buffer and queue effects.

The EDS-10/40Gbe will be available in July-August 2014.

The EDS-10/40G is 3U high, rack mount and the unit operates on 90-240VAC power and has a 3-year warranty including support and free upgrades.

The EDS-10/40G has a list price of $12,500.00 US Dollars.

****** For further information please contact:
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

East Coast Datacom, Inc Announces Stateful Traffic Generator® Model STG-10G with Embedded D-ITG and INTEL® DPDK

January 18, 2014: East Coast Datacom, Inc., a Florida-based communications specialist, announces availability of the Stateful Traffic Generator®, model STG-10G based on a well know traffic generation engine, D-ITG. The STG-10G is composed of a Graphical User Interface (GUI) that wraps the D-ITG engine, INTEL® DPDK Fast Packet Technology and other test tools.

Using D-ITG, the STG-10G is capable of producing IPv4 and IPv6 traffic by accurately replicating the workload of current Internet or typical user applications. The platform supports 8-Ports 10/100/1000 and 4-Ports of 10GbE traffic generation managed via the easy to use GUI. This allows users to perform load tests on hardware prior to deployment and to simulate wired or wireless network traffic behavior.

The D-ITG generation engine provides many interesting and unique features. Thanks to it the STG-10G is also a network measurement tool able to measure the most common performance metrics such as throughput, delay, jitter and packet loss at the packet level. The STG-10G can generate traffic following stochastic models for packet size (PS) and inter departure time (IDT) that mimic application-level protocol behavior. By specifying the distributions of IDT and PS random variables, it is possible to choose different renewal processes for packet generation: by using characterization and modeling results from literature, STG-10G is able to replicate statistical properties of traffic of different well-known applications such as Telnet, VoIP - G.711, G.723, G.729, Voice Activity Detection, Compressed RTP - DNS, network games.

At the transport layer, the STG-10G currently supports UDP, TCP, ICMP, DCCP, SCTP and soon to be released support for IGMP. Additionally an FTP-like passive mode is also supported to conduct experiments in the presence of NATs, and it is possible to set the TOS (DS) and TTL IP header fields. The STG-10G also supports Pcap files with an easy to use Pcap player.

Additional technology from INTEL® called DPDK Fast Packet Technology was integrated into the STG-10G that allows wire line rates even for tiny 64byte packets. The combination of D-ITG and INTEL® DPDK technology allows the STG-10G to generate traffic at comparable rates to FPGA based proprietary systems at half the price.

East Coast Datacom worked in collaboration with the D-ITG authors who have over 25 publications in the field of IP Traffic Generation. The easy to use Graphical User Interface(GUI) is designed with closed and open source software that present a unique product.

With a host of user features, ease of use and free software upgrades included in a 3-Year warranty, the STG-10G is well positioned for budget conscious buyers.

Availability: Immediate

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE EAST COAST DATACOM, INC. ANNOUNCES TWO NEW DATA BROADCAST UNITS

28 February, 2013: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces two new 4-Port Data Broadcast Units. The two new UDC-DBU 4-Port Models support RS-232 or V.11 balanced output ports for simplex data transmission. The input port is selectable as RS-232, RS-422/449, X.21, V.35, HSSI, LVDS or TTL. The units are available in standalone or 1U Rackmount enclosures.

The UDC-DBU has the widest input serial data interface range of any product on the market. The units have a 3 year warranty and have all UL, CSA, CE and RoHS approvals for worldwide shipment.

Availability in March 2013.

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EAST COAST DATACOM ANNOUNCES
UPDATED RATE ADAPTER

February 25, 2013: East Coast Datacom (ECD) Inc., a Florida- based data communications accessory specialist, announces the immediate availability of a speed enhanced Asynchronous to Synchronous Rate Adapter. The RA-64/128k Rate Adapter allows low speed RS-232 DTE equipment operating at 1.2k, 2.4k, 4.8k, 9.6k, 19.2k, 38.4k and 57.6k to transmit over a 64K clear channel V.11 sync communications link. Additionally, the unit now supports RS-232, 1.2k, 2.4k, 4.8k and 9.6k over a 16K clear channel sync communications link, such as a wireless radio link.

The async interface is RS-232 compliant and the synchronous channel is V.11 compliant. The unit supports async character length of 8, 9, 10 and 11 bits, including the start and stop bit.

The RA-64/128k derives its power through the async and sync data interfaces. The device utilizes leading edge technology for reliable, low power operation.

The RA-64/128k list price is $369.00 US dollars with immediate availability.

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EAST COAST DATACOM, INC ANNOUNCES
10/100/1000GBE AND 10GBE ETHERNET TRAFFIC GENERATORS

22 January, 2013: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces development of an easy to use GUI Web based Ethernet Traffic Generator. The product supports 10/100/1000Gbe(STG-1G) or 10GbE Traffic Generation(SGT-10G) . The embedded hardware software design allows users to stress test networks prior to deployment or to simulate network attacks.

The product is available in several different hardware configurations and is coupled with custom software. The unit operates from a web browser and the user has no cumbersome software to load prior to use. Product upgrades and custom developed features are administered via the GUI web interface.

The product supports a host of features such as packet type, size and transmission rate. Transport Layer Protocols supported are TCP, UDP, DCCP, SCTP and Application Layer Protocols are DNS, Telnet, VoIP (G.711.1, G.711.2, G.723.1, G.729.2, G.729.3) CSa, CSi and Quake3. The unit supports the generation of traffic flows with real packet content, as obtained in input from pre-captured traffic in pcap format. In order to allow the generation of bidirectional traffic flows, the same pcap trace is used on both the sender and the receiver side. The resulting QOS data parameters (e.g. bitrate, delay, jitter, loss, ...)are then analyzed and the results are prominently displayed or saved for analysis.

Availability in May or June 2013.

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EAST COAST DATACOM, INC. ANNOUNCES
EIA-644 LVDS INTERFACE CARDS
FOR RDS-PLUS DELAY SIMULATOR

January 21, 2013: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications specialist, announces support for high speed EIA-644 LDVS DCE and DTE serial interface cards.

The new LVDS cards are utilized in the RDS-PLUS Network Delay Simulator to support industry leading Safenet, Inc., model KIV-7M crypto supplied with LVDS data ports.

The EIA-644 LVDS Interface Cards have a list price of $728.00 US Dollars.
Availability in February 2013.

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EAST COAST DATACOM, INC. ANNOUNCES
EIA-644 LVDS To HSSI Interface Converter

January 21, 2013: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications specialist, announces the UDC-IC Interface Converter with support for EIA-644 LDVS to HSSI high speed conversion with either DCE and DTE serial interface cards.

The new LVDS cards are also utilized in the RDS-PLUS Network Delay Simulator to support industry leading Safenet, Inc., model KIV-7M crypto supplied with LVDS data ports.
The UDC-IC allows users to convert from LVDS to HSSI existing equipment such as existing serial base Test Equipment(i.e. TTC 6000a with HSSI) or existing satellite receivers. The data rates are up to 52Mbps and the unit is available in stand-alone or 1U Rackmount. The UDC-IC supports all international Safety, EMI and Lead Free initiatives. The unit is powered on 110/220VAC or optional DC -48V supply.

The EIA-644 LVDS and HSSI Interface Cards are available for shipment in the first week of February 2013.

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EAST COAST DATACOM, INC. ANNOUNCES
Ethernet Delay Simulator, EDS-1G

29 December, 2011: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the EDS-1G Ethernet Delay Simulator. The EDS-1G is an Ethernet Delay Simulator allowing users to test and stage critical network equipment adding delays and impairments over 10/100/1000 Ethernet. The unit is an excellent choice for validating and evaluating new products and technologies. The EDS-1G allows the user to accurately emulate bandwidth, latency, jitter, loss and congestion. Additional options allow real time traffic graphs and network statistics.

Simulated network delays are bi-directional, independently controlled and may be set from 5mS up to 8 seconds in length. A variety of error conditions can be introduced under controlled and testable conditions.

The most popular example of utilizing the EDS-1G is between a pair of high-speed routers in a staged network to simulate the actual network conditions with respect to delays and potential line errors. Other examples include Simulating the delays and transmission impairments of geosynchronous satellite networks, Simulating long-haul terrestrial transmission delays and modeling delays to simulate buffer and queue effects.

The EDS-1G is operates from a web browser and the user has no cumbersome software or confusing licenses to load for operation.

The EDS-1G is 1U high, rack mount and the unit operates on 90-240VAC power and has a 3-year warranty including support and free upgrades.

The EDS-1G has a list price of $12,500.00 US Dollars.

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EAST COAST DATACOM, INC. ANNOUNCES
EIA-644 LVDS INTERFACE CARDS FOR RDS-PLUS DELAY SIMULATOR


7 December, 2012: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces support for high speed EIA-644 LDVS DCE and DTE serial interface cards. The new LVDS cards are utilized in the RDS-PLUS Network Delay Simulator to support industry leading Safenet, Inc., model KIV-7M crypto supplied with new LVDS high speed serial data ports. The EIA-644 LVDS Interface Cards have a list price of $728.00 US Dollars. Availability in January 2013.

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East Coast Datacom Announces

EAST COAST DATACOM, INC. ANNOUNCES FAA CONTRACT AWARD

July 15, 2011: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data
communications accessory specialist, announces Federal Aviation Administration(FAA) award to provide hardware for system timing synchronization. The contract award is for multiple sites throughout the FAA network.

ECD is providing the DBU-2328, RS-232 Data Broadcast Unit. The DBU-2328 allows data to be broadcast in Real Time to multiple devices. The unit is 1U rack mount and has surge protection on all interfaces and the power supply. The DBU-2328 supports data rates up to 128k on DB-25 female connectors. The DBU product line is an excellent choice for system timing synchronization at an affordable price.

No further information on the award will be made available by ECD.

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. Awarded GSA Schedule 70 IT Contract GS-35F-0187X Contract to Provide Network Latency Simulators to Federal Government and full line of Data Communication Equipment


20 January, 2011: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications specialist, announced today that the company has been awarded the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) IT Schedule 70 contract. The Multiple Award Schedule, the Information Technology (IT) Schedule 70 grants federal agencies direct access to ECD's Router Delay Simulators and over 100 data communication products manufactured by the company.

Local, state and federal governments can now work closely with the sales team at East Coast Datacom, Inc. to obtain pre-approved pricing and terms. As a trusted vendor partner, East Coast Datacom can complete contracts with agencies faster and with fewer obstacles.

"The contract award enables us to provide our products in a cost effective and timely fashion" "Our Network Latency Simulator products have grown into a product of choice for many federal agencies and government contractors. This will allow those agencies to move forward in their critical network testing faster while reducing paperwork for acquisition" said Richard Barger, President of East Coast Datacom, Inc.

Debbie Barger, Director of Finance and Administration at East Coast Datacom, Inc. will be responsible for the GSA implementation. She has an extensive background in the banking industry, administration and the employment service industry.

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EAST COAST DATACOM, INC. ANNOUNCES
U.S. ARMY CONTRACT COMMAND AWARD

22 October 2010: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data
communications accessory specialist, announces U.S. Army Contracting
Command, National Capital Region Contracting Center (NCRCC) award to upgrade
hardware and software, for the PD Satellite Communications, under the Army's
Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS). The
contract award is for the upgrade of hardware and software that supports the
Senior National Leadership Communication Equipment (SNLC).

ECD is providing a WAN Delay Simulator. The RDS-PLUS is a modular, network
link error and delay simulator that provides a realistic simulation of
physical network behavior with respect to time delays and bit errors. The
RDS-PLUS supports a wide range of interface types and speeds, ranging from
1200bps to over 50Mbps.

No further information on the award will be made available by ECD.

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EAST COAST DATACOM, INC. ANNOUNCES
NEW INTERFACE CONVERTER PRODUCT LINE

4 January 2010: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces a new Interface Converter product line that supports multiple serial interfaces. The UDC-IC allows the user to purchase a single product to convert interfaces between any combination of RS-232, RS422/449, RS-530, V.35, X.21, HSSI, RS-485 TTL and Current Loop. The unit supports data rates up to 10Mbps.

The UDC-IC has two TTL level interfaces for connecting each data interface. The unit is shipped with any two user specified data interfaces included in the price. Additionally data interfaces are sold separately.

The UDC-IC utilizes state of the art digital CMOS technology to provide a feature filled product at a very affordable price. Our Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) design has allowed us to offer this product with a wide selection of data interfaces.

The UDC-IC is supplied in a sturdy metal enclosure and has a 110/220VAC selectable AC power input. The warranty is three years and the list price is $595.00. The price includes any two serial data. The UDC-IC product line will be available in January of 2010.

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EAST COAST DATACOM, INC. ANNOUNCES
NEW MODEM ELIMINATOR PRODUCT LINE

4 January 2010: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces a new Modem Eliminator product line that supports multiple serial interfaces. The UDC-ME is designed with plug in serial interfaces cards supporting RS-232, V.35, RS-530, RS-442, X.21, RS-485, HSSI and TTL. The unit allows two DTE terminal devices or routers to communicate within proximity of each other without using Modems. All clocking and signal crossover are provided within the UDC-ME.

A unique feature of the UDC-ME allows the user to mix and match the serial interface modules such as RS-232 and V.35. This eliminates the need for an interface converter when the attached router or terminal device data interfaces do not match.

The UDC-ME supports selectable clock rates of 1.2K up to 3.072Mbps with a total of 31 selectable clock rates available. The unit also supports selections for inverted data, clock and RTS/CTS delays.

The UDC-ME is supplied in a sturdy metal enclosure and has a 110/220VAC selectable AC power input. The warranty is three years and the list price is $595.00. The price includes any two serial data. The UDC-ME product line will be available in January of 2010.

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EAST COAST DATACOM, INC. ANNOUNCES NEW RATE ADAPTER PRODUCT LINE

4 January 2010: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces a new Rate Adapter product line that supports multiple serial interfaces. The UDC-RA is designed with plug in serial interfaces cards supporting RS-232, V.35, RS-530, RS-442 and X.21.

The UDC-RA Rate Adapter allows low speed asynchronous Terminal (DTE)equipment to transmit over a 16k synchronous Modem(DCE). The UDC-RA devices are used in pairs, one at each end of the communications link or in multiples as when used in a multi-point or broadcast communications link. The UDC-RA will support bi-directional or simplex data transmissions.

A unique feature of the UDC-RA allows the user to mix and match the serial interface modules such as RS-232 and V.35. This eliminates the need for an interface converter when the attached router or terminal device data interfaces do not match.

The UDC-RA has internal switch options to force control signals. Additionally, the user may set RTS to be in-band with the data to DCD. This is useful for networks that have no control signals passed.

The UDC-RA is supplied in a sturdy metal enclosure and has a 110/220VAC selectable AC power input. The warranty is three years and the list price is $525.00. The price includes any two serial data. The UDC-RA product line will be available in January of 2010.

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Async2IP 4-PORT Secure Console Server

25 January, 2008: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the Async2IP Secure Console Server. The Async2IP connects up to four async remote console serial ports, across a 10/100 LAN to the serial ports of a terminal at a central network control site. The Async2IP converts the full duplex asynchronous serial data stream to an encrypted TCP/IP packet stream.

The Async2IP units are initially configured via secure SSL HTML “web page” interfaces. This process allows the user to configure the LAN IP Address and the RS-232 Port speeds. After configuration all command and data functions are accomplished inside the terminal interface at the central site using HyperTerminal or Putty. The central site Async2IP unit functions as a Master Device. The Master Device can connect one session at a time to an unlimited amount of Remote Site units. Two or more Async2IP units are required to connect the serial devices over the LAN.

The Async2IP RS-232 serial ports are presented as a DCE device using an 8-pin RJ-45 connector for each of its asynchronous ports. The RJ-45 ports are pinned to be compatible with popular Routers and Switches.

Using the Async2IP is similar to using legacy dialup modems. From within the terminal window on the PC (which is connected to a Master Async2IP unit) an IP address and port number is entered while in command mode. Upon hitting ENTER this IP address is used to establish a secure TCP session with the desired Remote unit. When this TCP session is successfully made the two Async2IP units are now in Data Mode working just like a legacy modem would.

Once in Data mode all keystrokes entered in the terminal window are delivered to the attached remote user device at the other end of the LAN link. Conversely all display data generated by the remote user device is delivered to the terminal window in near Real Time.

The Async2IP is housed in a sturdy 19 inch 1U high chassis and has a 90-120 VAC power supply. Additional power supplies of 90-240VAC or 36 to 72 Volts DC are also available.

The Async2IP has a 3-year warranty and a 24 hour turnaround on warranty repairs.

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Async2IP_WEB 4-PORT Remote Secure Console Server

23 January, 2008: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the Async2IP_WEB Secure Console Server. The Async2IP_WEB remote secure console server allows network administrators to securely control and monitor remote routers, switches and servers over the corporate TCP/IP network using secure SSL encryption and password protection. The Async2IP_WEB allows remote management of async serial ports using an HTTPS encrypted web browser at the host site. The user interface is presented as a terminal screen with a command prompt on a web based GUI interface. No additional hardware or software is required at the host site and the Async2IP_WEB supports an unlimited amount of remote sites.

Local IT administrators can gain fast access to remote IT problems without sending expensive service personnel to trouble shoot a problem site. The Async2IP_WEB provides a significant return on investment with fast problem solving capabilities producing higher network uptime.

The Async2IP_WEB is housed in a sturdy 19 inch 1U high chassis and has a 90-120 VAC power supply. Additional power supplies of 90-240VAC or 36 to 72 Volts DC are also available.

The Async2IP_WEB has a 3-year warranty and a 24 hour turnaround on warranty repairs.

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Sync2IP upgrades

20 March, 2007: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces upgrades to the Sync2IP adapter. The Sync2IP is a device that transports serial communications at data rates up to 128Kbps over a 10/100 TCP/IP network. It converts up to two full duplex Sync or Async serial data streams to a single TCP/IP packet stream. The serial stream consists of transmit and receive data with control signals.

The redesigned Sync2IP now offers the user AC or DC power supplies. The AC supply supports 90-240VAC input and the DC supply supports -36 to -72VDC inputs.

A new chassis allows 1U high rack mounting and an optional chassis allows two Sync2IP units in a 1U high chassis. The dual chassis operates from one power supply for optimal power efficiency while improving rack mount density in data centers.

The Sync2IP now ships standard with a manual button, LCD and GUI user interface. New software features allow remote upgrade of the user system via the 10/100 LAN port.

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East Coast Datacom Announces 128Kbps, Dual Composite 16 Port TDM Multiplexer

July 7, 2006: East Coast Datacom, Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the Nx8-MUX_DD, a 16 Port Time Division Multiplexer (TDM). The 16-Port Dual Nx8-MUX_DD is a modular TDM Multiplexer designed to support up to sixteen sub-channel ports from 1.2Kbps to 128Kbps in both Sync and Async formats.

The unit is designed with a pair of composite ports with variable port rates from 8Kbps to 128Mbps in 8k increments for maximum flexibility. The composite port data interface is software selectable as RS-232, RS-530, V.35, RS-422/449 or X.21.

The dual composite architecture allows for the distribution of channels over two aggregate links of equal bandwidth. This permits the utilization of the 2X bandwidth either to achieve up to nearly ~128Kbps Mbps total bandwidth, or to allocate spare bandwidth for channel recovery in the event either link fails. For the latter configurations, channels may be assigned with either high or low priority, which assures that high priority channels remain in service on the surviving link.

The Nx8-MUX_DD key user features include, Non-Disruptive Channel Allocation, Embedded HDLC Management Channel for remote configuration and control, Software Select Data Interfaces, Front Load Cards and an 85-264 VAC Power Supply.

The Nx8-MUX_DD is the fourth generation TDM multiplexer released by East Coast Datacom, Inc.

The Nx8-MUX_DD list price, fully loaded is $3549.00 US dollars with immediate availability.  The unit is RoHS compliant.

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2.048Mbps, Dual Composite 16 Port TDM Multiplexer

July 7, 2006: East Coast Datacom, Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the Nx64-MUX_DD, a 16 Port Time Division Multiplexer (TDM). The 16-Port Dual Nx64-MUX_DD is a modular TDM Multiplexer designed to support up to sixteen sub-channel ports from 1.2Kbps to 768Kbps in both Sync and Async formats.

The unit is designed with a pair of composite ports with variable port rates from 64Kbps to 2.048Mbps in 64k increments for maximum flexibility. The composite port data interface is software selectable as RS-232, RS-530, V.35, RS-422/449 or X.21.

The dual composite architecture allows for the distribution of channels over two aggregate links of equal bandwidth. This permits the utilization of the 2X bandwidth either to achieve up to ~4 Mbps total bandwidth, or to allocate spare bandwidth for channel recovery in the event either link fails. For the latter configurations, channels may be assigned with either high or low priority, which assures that high priority channels remain in service on the surviving link.

The Nx64-MUX_DD key user features include, Non-Disruptive Channel Allocation, Embedded HDLC Management Channel for remote configuration and control, Software Select Data Interfaces, Front Load Cards and an 85-264 VAC Power Supply.

The Nx64-MUX_DD is the third generation TDM multiplexer released by East Coast Datacom, Inc.

The Nx64-MUX_DD list price, fully loaded is $3549.00 US dollars with immediate availability. The unit is RoHS compliant.

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Sync to LAN Converter (Sync2IP)

1 September, 2005: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the Sync2IP adapter. The Sync2IP is a device that transports serial communications over a TCP/IP network. It converts a full duplex Sync or Async serial data stream to a TCP/IP packet stream. The serial stream consists of transmit and receive data with control signals.

The Sync2IP are used in pairs. Serial port A of one Sync2IP is connected over the LAN to serial port A of the peer Sync2IP. Likewise for serial port B.

The Sync2IP is configured via the front panel LCD display and input buttons. An optional Browser interface is available. The peer Sync2IP (across the LAN) can also be configured via the local Sync2IP front panel interface. If a Sync2IP and its peer are configured differently (non-symmetric) then the lowest common denominator configuration is activated when possible.

The Sync2IP supports a wide variety of serial data interface cards. The unit operates on 110 or 220VAC power and has a 3-year warranty.

The Sync2IP has a list price of $595.00 US Dollars. Serial Interface cards sold separately.

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Router Delay Simulator Plus (RDS-PLUS)

19 May, 2005: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the RDS-PLUS Network Simulator. The RDS-PLUS is a modular, network link error and delay simulator that provides a realistic simulation of physical network behavior with respect to time delays and bit errors. The RDS-PLUS supports a wide range of interface types and speeds, ranging from 1200bps to over 50Mbps.

Simulated network delays are bi-directional, independently controlled and may be set from 5mS up to 4 seconds in length. A variety of error conditions can be introduced under controlled and testable conditions. Both continuous random and burst errors are supported.

The most popular example of utilizing the RDS-PLUS is between a pair of high-speed routers in a staged network to simulate the actual network conditions with respect to delays and potential line errors. Other examples include Simulating the delays and transmission impairments of geosynchronous satellite networks, Simulating long-haul terrestrial transmission delays and Modeling number-of-bit delays to simulate buffer and queue effects.

Using a computer, such as a laptop running HyperTerminal, an operator is able to adjust delay and error settings for various networking scenarios and test setups. Additionally, an optional LAN and GUI interface is available for control of the RDS-PLUS.

The RDS-PLUS is 1U high, rackmount and supports a wide variety of data interface cards. The unit operates on 110 or 220VAC power and has a 1-year warranty.

The RDS-PLUS has a list price of $5995.00 US Dollars.

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Upgrade to 16 Port TDM Multiplexers

November 3, 2003: East Coast Datacom, Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the availability of redundant power supplies for the Nx64-MUX and Nx8-MUX 16 Port Time Division Multiplexers(TDM). The upgraded chassis and power supplies provide a means for redundant power for critical network facilities. Both TDM muxes provide visual or system user notification through the serial configuration port.  The new firmware release supports a host of user features, most notably the ability to upgrade the operating system end to end.

The Nx64-MUX is a modular, 16 Port TDM multiplexer for serial data terminal equipment. It is designed to work in a paired, point-to-point configuration over a single synchronous composite link from 64Kbps to 2.048Mbps.  The system may be configured with from 4 to 16 channel ports, operating at rates up to 38.4 Kbps asynchronous, or up to 768Kbps synchronous. The system is configured and managed by the user through an RS-232 COM port terminal interface to either a computer/laptop running a terminal emulation program, or a standard ASCII terminal.

The Nx64-MUX key user features include, Non-Disruptive Channel Allocation, Embedded HDLC Management Channel for remote configuration and control, Software Select Data Interfaces, Front Load Cards and 85-264VAC redundant Power Supplies.

The Nx64-MUX list price, fully loaded is $3130.00 US dollars with immediate availability.

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

2.048Mbps, 16 Port TDM Multiplexer

March 11, 2003: East Coast Datacom, Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the Nx64-MUX, a 16 Port Time Division Multiplexer (TDM). The Nx64-MUX is a modular, 16 Port TDM multiplexer for serial data terminal equipment. It is designed to work in a paired, point-to-point configuration over a single synchronous composite link from 64Kbps to 2.048Mbps. The system may be configured with from 4 to 16 channel ports, operating at rates up to 38.4 Kbps asynchronous, or up to 768Kbps synchronous. The system is configured and managed by the user through an RS-232 COM port terminal interface to either a computer/laptop running a terminal emulation program, or a standard ASCII terminal.

The Nx64-MUX key user features include, Non-Disruptive Channel Allocation, Embedded HDLC Management Channel for remote configuration and control, Software Select Data Interfaces, Front Load Cards and an 85-264 VAC Power Supply.

The Nx64-MUX is the second generation TDM multiplexer released by East Coast Datacom, Inc. The Nx8-MUX was released in November 2002 with composite data rates of 8k to 128k.

The Nx64-MUX list price, fully loaded is $2725.00 US dollars with immediate availability.

ABOUT EAST COAST DATACOM, INC. (ECD)

ECD is a customer-oriented, high technology enterprise which was formed in 1994 to design, manufacture and support data communications accessories. Its product range consists of campus modems, sharing devices, converters, signal splitters and Router Delay Simulators which solve network connectivity problems in a cost-effective manner.

In addition to its regular product line, ECD offers product design services to meet customers' specific needs, with solutions ranging from adaptations of existing ECD products to the design and manufacture of completely new products, which cannot be found elsewhere. The company is able to develop prototypes within very short lead times and to provide competitively priced products even for short production runs.

By focusing on solutions, which other vendors are unable to achieve economically, ECD offers its customers a cost-effective approach to designing and operating their data communications networks.

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

ASYNC-TO-SYNC AC POWERED CONVERTER

December 1, 2002: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the availability of an Asynchronous to Synchronous converter. The ASC-232/V11 Async to Sync Converter is designed to allow RS-232 async terminal equipment to transmit over higher speed V.11(balanced interface) compliant sync modems. The ASC-232/V11 devices are used in pairs, one at each end of the communication link or in multiples as when used in a multi-drop communication link.

The ASC-232/V11 supports async data of 8, 9, 10 and 11 bits, including the start and stop bit. Standard data rates from 1200 to 38.4bps and 3/4 rates of 900 to 28.8bps are supported for synchronous transmission.

The ASC-232/V11 is AC powered and allows RS-232 and V.11 balanced signals to be transmitted over greater distances than interface powered converters.

The ASC-232/V11 list price is $595.00 US Dollars with immediate availability.

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

16 Port TDM Multiplexer

November 25, 2002: East Coast Datacom, Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the Nx8-MUX, a 16 Port Time Division Multiplexer(TDM). The Nx8-MUX is a modular, 16 Port TDM multiplexer for serial data terminal equipment. It is designed to work in a paired, point-to-point configuration over a single synchronous composite link of up to 128Kbps. The system may be configured with from 4 to 16 channel ports, operating at rates up to 38.4 Kbps asynchronous, or up to 64Kbps synchronous. The system is configured and managed by the user through an RS-232 COM port terminal interface to either a computer/laptop running a terminal emulation program, or a standard ASCII terminal.

The Nx8-MUX key user features include, Non-Disruptive Channel Allocation, Embedded HDLC Management Channel, Software Select Data Interfaces, Front Load Cards and an 85-264 VAC Power Supply.

The Nx8-MUX is the first in a series on TDM multiplexers to be released by East Coast Datacom, Inc. The next release will be a 64k to 2.048Mbps composite port selection aimed at the fractional T1/E1 market and serial ports of DSL modems and multiplexers.

The Nx8-MUX list price, fully loaded is $2725.00 US dollars with immediate availability.

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

26Mbps Network Extender

November 22, 2002: East Coast Datacom, Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces 2-wire, 26Mbps network extender. The VDSL-MUX provides unprecedented speed for network expansion in a campus environment. With the VDSL-MUX installed at each end of an unconditioned 2-wire line, you have instant access to multiple digital services such as LAN internetworking, PBX extensions and video conferencing simultaneously. The unit may also be utilized as a high bandwidth Limited Distance Modem for point-to-point networking.

The VDSL-MUX utilizes a proprietary VDSL chip set for the 2-wire line interface providing secure, error correcting digital data transmissions.

Designed to bridge the gap between LANs and WANs the VDSL-MUX features full duplex rates up to 26 Mbps over standard 2-Wire unconditioned copper lines. The unit simultaneously supports 10 base-T Ethernet, NX64 serial data transmissions and T1 or E1 traffic in a single platform via option cards.

The VDSL-MUX is configured and managed by the user through an RS-232 COM port terminal interface to either a computer/laptop running a terminal emulation program, or a standard ASCII terminal. An imbedded HDLC management channel allows local and remote configuration commands. The unit provides convenient down-line loading of user configurations to a remote VDSL-MUX unit.

The VDSL-MUX list price is $1395.00 US dollars with immediate availability.

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

HSSI and TTL Interface Support

November 12, 2002: East Coast Datacom, Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the availability of bi-directional HSSI and TTL Interface cards that may be utilized in the VDSL-MUX network extender, Router Delay Simulator and the universal Interface Converter. The HSSI interface card now allows the user of the VDSL-MUX to extend serial HSSI data up to 26Mbps over an unconditioned 2-wire line at distances of up to 2,300 feet. The VDSL-MUX also supports 10base-T LAN, T1/E1 and serial data interfaces for RS-232, V.35, X.21, RS-530 and RS-422.

The HSSI interface card adheres to the latest HSSI standards and is supplied with a 50 pin connector on a multi-layer card. The TTL interface card has sturdy BNC connectors.

The Router Delay Simulator is a popular network latency device used throughout the communications industry. The Universal Interface Converter is an excellent choice for labs, data centers and users that expect high reliability with adherence to data interface standards.

The HSSI interface module has a list price of $295.00 and the TTL interface module list price is $149.00 US Dollars with immediate availability.

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

RS-232, -48VDC DIGITAL SHARING DEVICE

February 15, 2002: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the immediate availability of a RS-232 DCE/DTE selectable Digital Sharing Device for central office applications. The Digital Mixing Module(DMM-4DC) with five RS-232 electrical interfaces allows users to share a common communications link. The use of Sharing Devices can dramatically reduce the number of communication lines and modems required in a network.

Typical applications for Digital Sharing Devices include:

1) Continuously updated financial and news networks

2) Banking industry terminals/controllers

3) Hospital and airline reservation systems

The DMM-4DC offers transmission speeds up to 128Kbps and supports DC voltage inputs of -36 to -72 VDC. The product supports synchronous and asynchronous transmissions and allows for up to four DCE or DTE devices to share a digital line when attached to a DCE or DTE Host.

"We are proud of this product in that we were able to modify an existing design for central office applications, with international approvals in less than 45 days," says ECD President, Rick Barger." "The DMM-4DC is approved for worldwide use in telco Central Office environments that utilize -48 volts DC."

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

64K and 128k RATE ADAPTER

October 12, 2001: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the availability of an Asynchronous to Synchronous 64K or 128k Rate Adapter. The Rate Adapter(Model:RA-64/128K) allows low speed async RS-232 DTE equipment to transmit over a high speed 64k or 128k sync communications link. The RA-64/128k supports transmitting async data rates up to 115.2k over 128k sync lines.

Typical examples for utilizing the RA-64/128k are low cost clear channel 64k or 128k synchronous leased lines or VSAT communication links.

Technical Overview:

1) Async to Sync Rate adaptor supporting point-to-point or multi-point networks

2) Sync Interface: 64k or 128k with X.21, V.35, RS-530 and RS-422 interfaces

3) Async Interface: 9.6k, 19.2kbps, 38.4kbps, 57.6kbps or 115.2k with RS-232 interface

4) Power Requirement: Line powered from data interfaces

5) Small, compact and low cost

The RA-64/128k list price is $295.00 US Dollars.

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

DBU-16 DATA BROADCAST UNIT

15 August, 2001: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the sixteen port RS-232/RS-422 Async Data Broadcast Unit, model DBU-16.

The DBU-16 is designed for uses in RS-232/RS-422 async receive only data broadcast applications. Examples of typical data broadcast applications are; Continuously updated public data displays and distribution of continuous data to Routers, PC's or receive only printers.

The DBU-16 utilizes an RS-232 interface with data rate capabilities up to 128Kbps. The unit supports up to sixteen receive only terminals simultaneously. The output ports are supplied in removable modules with four ports per card. The DBU-16 output modules may be "hot swapped" from the front of the unit without powering down the unit.

The DBU-16 continuously broadcasts receive data from the data source to the sixteen output terminal ports. Each data port has independent drivers and receivers for transmission.

The DBU-16 supports cascading multiple units together from a single data source for multiple outputs.

The List Price of the DBU-16 is $1295.00 US Dollars with immediate availability.

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

TAIL CIRCUIT BUFFER

6 August, 2001: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the RDS-TCB Tail-Circuit Buffer.

The RDS-TCB Tail-Circuit Buffer is designed to provide selectable bi-directional buffering between two data circuits that are operating at nominally the same clock rate and are capable of providing clocking as a DCE. In such cases, the timing of the two circuits is not locked to the same timing source, or may be allowed to deviate from a common timing source for a length of time. The Tail-Circuit Buffer meets this need by providing selectable amounts of bi-directional memory up to 8,192 bits, and supports synchronous clock rates up to 2.048 Mbps.

The various buffer memory sizes, that are user selectable are:

1,024 Bits

2,048 Bits

4,096 Bits

8,192 Bits

The RDS-TCB is 1U high, rackmount and supports interface cards of RS-232, RS-422/449, V.35 and X.21. The unit operates on 110 or 220VAC power and has a 3-year warranty.

The RDS-TCB has a list price of $1295.00 US Dollars.

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

RELOCATION TO NEW FACILITY

1 August, 2001: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces relocation and expansion to former NCR terminal repair facility.

The relocation represents a significant step in future site expansion capabilities with the purchase of 2.1 acres in the heart of the Gus Hipp Rockledge Industrial Park. The new facility provides twice the floor space of the existing facility, while maintaining close proximity to existing key suppliers.

Company president Rick Barger states that, " We continue to grow at a good steady pace while maintaining a strong positive cash position. This positive position has put us in control of our facility site and future expansion plans".

The new facility is set to stage the company's entry into the campus modem arena. The flagship product is a 26Mbps bi-directional multiplexer that supports LAN, T1/E1 and Nx64 serial data, called the "VDSL-MUX". The product is set to launch in the 4th quarter of 2001.

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

DBU-2328 DATA BROADCAST UNIT

25 January, 2001: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the eight port RS-232 Data Broadcast Unit, model DBU-2328.

The DBU-2328 is designed for uses in RS-232 sync or async receive only data broadcast applications. Examples of typical data broadcast applications are; Continuously updated public data displays and distribution of continuous data to Routers, PC's or receive only printers.

The DBU-2328 utilizes an RS-232 interface with data rate capabilities up to 128Kbps. The unit supports up to eight receive only terminals simultaneously. Surge protection is provided for all RS-232 data interfaces and the power supply input, providing extremely reliable operation.

The DBU-2328 continuously broadcasts receive data, receive timing and an optional control signal(DCD) from the data source to the eight output terminal ports. Each data port has independent drivers and receivers for transmission.

The DBU-2328 supports cascading multiple units together from a single data source for multiple outputs. The unit has a redundant cascade port that utilizes positive latching relays. If a single unit looses power, all remaining units will continue to function without error.

The List Price of the DBU-2328 is $795.00 US Dollars with immediate availability.

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

DBU-HSSI DATA BROADCAST UNIT

3 January, 2001: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the DBU-HSSI data broadcast unit.

The East Coast Datacom DBU-HSSI is designed for uses in receive only data broadcast applications. Examples of high speed HSSI or ECL compliant device data broadcast applications are; continuously updated private or public data displays and distribution of continuous data to Routers, Bridges or PC's. The expanding role of VSAT systems in receive only applications for real time data distribution is expected to increase dramatically over the next few years. The DBU-HSSI is an excellent choice for applications of this type.

The DBU-HSSI utilizes an Emitter Coupled Logic(ECL) balanced user interface on all subchannel ports. ECL is utilized for all HSSI data interfaces on Routers and Bridges. The ECL interface has a maximum data rate of up to 52Mbps. The unit has female DB-25 connectors that allow the user to easily and economically source data cables.

The DBU-HSSI continuously broadcasts receive data and receive clock from the master input port to the four output ports. The DBU-HSSI's master port should be connected to the HSSI transmitter(DCE device). The input signals are split with the internal circuitry and broadcast out on the four output HSSI ports. All output ports should be connected to DTE devices. Each port has its own independent driver and receiver for re-transmitting Data and Clock signals.

The DBU-HSSI is housed in a sturdy aluminum standalone or rackmount enclosure and is supplied with an internal linear power supply. The unit has a 110/220 VAC rotary select switch located on the rear of the housing and can operate on standard AC power found in all countries. The unit has a three-year warranty.

The List Price of the DBU-HSSI is $1295.00

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

64K RATE ADAPTER

May 01, 2000: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the availability of an Asynchronous to Synchronous 64K Rate Adapter. The Rate Adapter(Model:RA-64K) allows low speed async RS-232 DTE equipment to transmit over a high speed 64K sync communications link.

Technical Overview:

1) Rate adapter with async to sync supporting split speed capability, point-to-point or multipoint

2) Sync Interface: 64kbps with X.21, V.35, RS-530 and RS-422 interfaces

3) Async Interface: 19.2kbps, 38.4kbps and 57.6kbps with RS-232 interface

4) Power Requirement: Line powered from data interfaces

5) Small, compact and low cost

The RA-64K list price is $295.00 US Dollars.

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

UNIVERSAL INTERFACE CONVERTER

January 4, 2000: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the availability of a Universal Interface Converter(UIC). The UIC allows the user to purchase a single product to convert interfaces between any combination of RS-232, V.35, RS-422/449, X.21, RS-530, TTL and customer specific requests. The UIC is shipped with any two user specified data interfaces. Additional data interfaces are sold separately.

The unit is 110/220VAC switch selectable and is supplied as a standalone unit with rackmount capabilities. The UIC is a valuable addition to any data center, design engineer, test department or system integrator.

The List Price of the UIC is $695.00 US Dollars.

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

SYNC-TO-ASYNC CONVERTER

January 5, 2000: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the availability of a simplex Synchronous to Asynchronous converter. The converter, model "SV11-AV24" allows simplex 9600bps synchronous 8-bit data to be transmitted to asynchronous 19.2kbps data terminal equipment(DTE). The synchronous data interfaces supported are RS-422/449, V.35 and RS-530. The asynchronous data interface is RS-232.

The SV11-AV24 list price is $225.00 US Dollars.

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

2 Mbit ELASTIC BUFFER

16 December, 1999: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the RDS-SB Satellite Buffer with Differential Frequency Discriminator.

The RDS-SB is intended to provide a unidirectional 2.097 Mbit elastic data buffering (FIFO memory) function between two systems having nominally equivalent clocking rates. The two systems may be either running asynchronously, or may be traceable to a common timing source while one or both systems may possess a high degree of clock jitter. An option switch on the front panel allows the RDS-SB internal buffer memory to utilize a Differential Frequency Discriminator to prevent the FIFO memory from re-centering after an underrun or overflow until the frequency difference between the two external clocks is within a set range.

The 2.097 Mb First-In, First-out (FIFO) memory is used to buffer data inand out of the unit. Receive data may be simultaneously written into the FIFO while transmit data is read out. Internal counters track the FIFO level and are used to indicate underrun and overflow conditions, as well as indicate when the FIFO is half-full (centered) after initialization. A Differential Frequency Discriminator (DFD) may be invoked to conditionally hold off accepting received data and re-centering the FIFO after a power-on cycle, or an underrun or overflow condition occurs, until the frequency difference between the two port clocks falls within a set range of approximately 400 Hz. The purpose of this function is to prevent an out of range clocking source from repeatedly producing frequent underrun or overflow conditions.

When this function is invoked, and only after an underrun or overflow condition occurs, the FIFO memory is held in an initial state of emptyif the DFD indicates that the absolute frequency differential is outside the range. If at any time within the sample window of the DFD (approx. 20mS), this differential should fall within the range, the FIFO will re-center normally and begin transferring data. (NOTE: It is possible in some cases that the average frequency differential will be outside the range, but may at times fall within the range due to clock jitter. This will be sufficient to trigger re-centering of the FIFO and transfer of data.)

The RDS-SB has a list price of $1195.00 US Dollars.

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

ROUTER DELAY SIMULATOR (RDS) WITH SELECTABLE DATA INTERFACES

25 June 1999: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces the Router Delay Simulator (RDS) for testing network transmission delays.

The RDS allows Router-to-Router connections at data rates up to 2.048Mbps while simulating network delays. The user selectable delays are for both data and control signals and range from 5 milliseconds(mS) to approximately 1250 mS, in 5 mS increments. The RDS allows users to test and pre-configure Routers (with software applications)and other critical DTE equipment for reliable network operation while simulating network delay times.

The RDS has individual data interfaces that allow V.35, RS-530, RS-422/449, RS-232 and X.21 connections. The data interfaces may also be mix and matched such as V.35-to-RS-530 connection.

The unit is supplied in a sturdy metal enclosure and is 115/230VAC selectable for AC power input.

With a host of user selectable features, the RDS is a valuable tool for testing and maintaining reliable communication networks.

List Price: $1495.00

Availability: July

Warranty: 3 years

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

DBU-V11 UPGRADE OPTIONS

18, January, 1999: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces 20Mbps speed capability and Integral Fallback Switch options for the DBU-V11 data broadcast unit.

The DBU-V11 is an eight port data broadcast unit with a high speed V.11 interface, new product features are as follows:

1) Model: DBU-V11/20, The standard DBU-V11 is capable of 10Mbps and now users of MPEG2 data can now offer the cost saving benefits of our DBU-V11 data broadcast unit. The new 20Mbps option is available for immediate delivery. Our 4-layer printed circuit card provides the user with superior output signal quality. The unit has UL 1950, FCC Class A and is CE approved for Europe.

2) Model: DBU-V11/IFS, The new Integrated Fallback Switch option is designed for users of critical data distribution with redundant requirements. The DBU-V11/IFS provides the user with the option of selecting Data, Clock or the Control lead for fallback and fall forward operation.

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

FOUR NEW PRODUCTS

07 December, 1998: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces three new products for first quarter 1998 production. Plus, new higher data rates and ESD protection for our RS-232 modem sharing devices.

The four new products are as follows:

1) Model: V35-V36, The V35-V36 is an interface converter and is designed to convert any V.35 modem (or DCE interface) to a V.36 terminal (or any DTE interface). The specification for V.36 covers RS-422, RS-449 interfaces and typically utilizes a DB-37 connector. An optional adapter cable allows the V35-V36 to convert from V.35 to RS-530. Production units are available for immediate delivery.

2) Model: V35/X21 BBOX, This product is a combination V.35 or X.21 breakout box. When using a breakout box, the interpretation of the LED's can at times be misleading. The V35/X21 BBOX contains circuitry to help alleviate this problem. A pulse streaching technique is used to keep the LED illuminated long enough to be interpreted. The V35/X21 BBOX is 115/230VAC selectable. Production units will be available in January 1999.

3) Model: ALD-19.2, This product is a low cost 4-wire asynchronous line driver for 9.6k, 19.2k and optional 38.4Kbps point to point operation. Control signals for RTS and DSR are passed as in-band flow control. This flow control is full duplex and control signals are transferred simultaneously in both directions. Targeted for the retail industry with remote serial printing needs, the ADL-19.2 is also an excellent choice for remote async terminals connected to a statistical multiplexer. Production units will be available in January 1999.

4) ESD protection and higher speed. Our industry standard RS-232 modem sharing devices (MSD-4 and MSD-8) now have +/- 15kV ESD protection to handle harsh operating environments. Each transmitter and receiver on the MSD is protected against +/- 15kV ESD discharge shocks. Additionally, data rates of up to 128kbps sync or async are now possible.

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

TWO NEW PRODUCTS

10 March, 1998: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces two new products for first quarter 1998 production. The DBU-V11 data broadcast unit and the SME-530 synchronous modem eliminator.

The new product features are as follows:

1) Model: DBU-V11, The DBU-V11 is an eight port Data Broadcast Unit with a X.21 (ITU V.11 electrical) interface. The device has one input port and eight output ports. A dedicated cascade port is provided that allows linking the DBU-V11's together without loosing a user sub-channel port. The unit has UL 1950, FCC Class A and is CE approved for Europe. Production units are available for immediate delivery.

2) Model: SME-530, This is an RS-530 Modem Eliminator that was developed for high speed DTE equipment. The SME-530 is capable of data rates of 2.048Mbps, has diagnostic indicators for each DTE, acts as a leased line or dial DCE device and is 115/230VAC selectable. Production units will be available in April.

Pricing may be obtained by calling East Coast Datacom, Inc. sales.

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East Coast Datacom, Inc. ANNOUNCES

FOUR NEW PRODUCTS AND DME UPGRADE

5 January, 1998: East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data communications accessory specialist, announces four new products for the first quarter of 1998 and AutoBaud as an upgrade to the DME (Digital Multidrop Extender) product.

The four new products are as follows:

1) Model: ASC-422, This converter allows Asynchronous RS-232 DTE equipment to communicate over Synchronous RS-530 or RS-422/449 DCE equipment. The product was developed especially for government and secure encrypted Modems utilized by a Gretacoder® that has an existing RS-422/V.11 electrical interface.

2) Model: TTL-530, This converter allows TTL signals (Data and Clock) to be transmitted via RS-530 (or any V.11 interface). TTL voltage levels are converted to the balanced V.11 specification. Data rates in excess of 10Mbps are possible. Two converters per rackmount chassis are provided, as well as Transmit and Receive TTL levels for loopback testing. This product was developed for satellite communication systems used by the US Government.

3) Model: V35-BBOX, This product is a breakout box for both V.35 and X.21 interfaces. The unit is 115/230VAC selectable. This is a high quality test box that was developed by customer demand.

4) Model:SME-232, This is a RS-232 Modem Eliminator that was developed for high speed DTE equipment utilizing RS-232. The SME-232 is capable of data rates of 128Kbps, has diagnostic indicators for each DTE, acts as a leased line or dial DCE device and is 115/230VAC selectable.

The DME upgrade is as follows:

1) Model:DME, The Digital Multidrop Extender is a Point-to-point or multi-point digital line driver with data rates of up to 64Kbps. The new feature is AutoBaud, for increased or decreased clock and data rates automatically. This is a substantial improvement to the DME and we do not know of any other product like this in the market for multidropped DTE's.

All of the above mentioned products will be available in the first quarter of 1998. The TTL-530 and the ASC-422 are available for immediate delivery. Pricing may be obtained by calling East Coast Datacom, Inc. sales.

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