Fluke Networks is pleased to announce that ECR Informatique, a leading company in the cable installation market, acquired the new Versiv platform, now with a fleet of 7 cable certifiers with DSX-5000 replacing DTX-1800 in order to consolidate its position and deployment in structured cabling solutions systems at both DataCenters and horizontal cabling levels.
カルバドス（フランス）を本拠地とする 2001 年創立の ECR は、標準または特殊環境での、あるいはメーカー認証に準拠したあらゆる種類のローカル・エリア・ネットワーク（メタル、ファイバー、無線、レーザー）のケーブル配線を專門としています。ECR acts on behalf of businesses, local communities, public and private institutions (education, health...) on their main site or remote facilities, and is also a subcontractor for major clients taking charge of large scale projects featuring local networks.
ECR Informatique installs, distributes and certifies over 10,000 copper and fiber optic links every year.By preparing projects with the new Fluke Networks ProjeX management system, ECR Informatique saves time not only by managing several projects simultaneously, but also by gathering reports quickly with a single click in the LinkWare software.
With interchangeable modules for testing copper and network links (with the OneTouch module), the Versiv platform allows ECR Informatique to get the validation of installed cabling systems and the maintenance of customer information systems in a faster, more accurate and cheaper way.
"By being one of the first buyers of the new Versiv platform and in particular DSX-5000, we move forward with technological developments rather than falling behind.This gives us an advantage over our competitors in complex projects.”says Jean-Fred Bachelet, founder of ECR Informatique.“We are used to working with demanding companies that want flawless subcontractors.This starts with the measuring equipment that should be accurate and calibrated periodically as standards require.We have been operating with Fluke Networks' products for many years and we are proud to remain on the forefront of installers.”
Fluke Networks, manufacturer and publisher, sells a range of products for the analysis and monitoring of business and communication networks, as well as the installation and certification of copper and fiber optic cabling for computer networks.