New DataScout 10G Smart Tablet

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Mobile computer: Greenlee / A Textron company offers the Greenlee Communications DataScout 10G rugged touch screen tablet developed for service provider, utility, smart grid, mobility and enterprise network testing technicians looking for increased productivity and efficiency in a network analyzer.

The DataScout 10G combines multiple test interfaces into a single simple to use, fast to learn network analyzer that is capable of simultaneously testing everything from 10G Ethernet, DS3/DS1/DS0/Datacom, TIMS and network timing. Its ready to test feature is three times faster, compared to competitive network analyzer models currently on the market.

The DataScout 10G network analyzer has an all-in-one rugged design that eliminates the need to carry or lose bulky modules. This one analyzer replaces up to eight handheld devices and a separate laptop that a technician would have to use in the field. The touch screen tablet design allows for both portrait and landscape modes, intuitive test configuration and exportable test result.

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