Phoenix Datacom announces partnership with Deviser to bring high quality Test & Measurement solutions and market-disruptive pricing to the UK & Ireland

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T&M solutions for Broadband/CATV, Satellite & Terrestrial TV, Base Station Communications, RF & Microwave, and Optical applications are now available at an unrivaled price-point

Our partnership with Deviser will place the same question in the minds of buyers and users of telecommunications test equipment – Why continue to pay more for T&M equipment when we can now buy comparable alternatives at half the cost?

Phoenix Datacom Limited’s T&M Division has announced its strategic partnership with Deviser Electronics Instrument Co., Ltd to exclusively sell and support its full product portfolio in the UK and Ireland. The partnership represents a new wave in price-performance ratio, and opens T&M equipment availability to a much wider scope of customers at a price-point in many cases half that of competitors’ test solutions.

For Broadband/CATV and Satellite & Terrestrial applications this includes Spectrum Analysers, QAM Analysers, Downstream Monitoring Systems and RF Multiplexers, TV & Satellite Analysers, as well as DVB-T/T2 and Satellite Meters.

Products in the area of Fibre Optics include: Telecommunication OTDRs, OSAs, CWDM & DWDM Channel Analysers, Power Meters, Light Sources and Multimeters.

For RF & Microwave, Phoenix Datacom will sell and support Handheld Spectrum Analysers, Cable & Antenna Analysers as well as Vector Network Analysers.

“During early evaluations, it became clear that the Deviser solutions we were testing were equal, and in some cases superior to the competitors’ products specifications.” said John Carson, Managing Director at Phoenix Datacom Limited. “I was particularly impressed by the excellent EMC/RFI and Environmental test facilities during my recent visit to the Deviser manufacturing facility. The focus on product quality and Deviser confidence in it was evident when the CTO deliberately dropped an E8000A Handheld Spectrum Analyser on a concrete floor to demonstrate its hard-wearing durability, and then proceeded to pick it up and run a full RF spectral sweep demonstration.”

Speaking at the ECOC Optical Communications event at the Excel Centre in London, Nan Feng, Head of International Business Development at Deviser said, “Phoenix Datacom’s T&M heritage and expertise made partnering with them an easy decision for us to make. We are delighted to have Phoenix Datacom on board as a key strategic partner, not only to extend our sales and support functions to the UK and Ireland, but also for the development of our product portfolio.”

Phoenix Datacom’s Test & Measurement Division will also provide customers with support and calibration from its own (Quality management system BS EN ISO 9001:2008 registered) calibration house at its operations based in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.

Feng went on to say, “With the double-digit growth we have consistently experienced over the past 8 years, extending our reach to the UK and Ireland with Phoenix Datacom will help ensure this level of growth continues.”

Carson added, “Our partnership with Deviser will firmly place the same basic question in the minds of buyers and end-users of telecommunications test equipment – Why continue to pay more for test solutions when we now have the option to buy comparable alternatives at half the cost?”

More information about the Deviser range can be found on the Phoenix Datacom web site here:

http://www.phoenixdatacom.com/deviser

About Phoenix Datacom

Founded in 1984 and located in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, Phoenix Datacom is the UK’s most technically competent provider of solutions and professional services to enhance the performance & security of cloud, physical and virtual networks.

We are trusted by major UK organisations, including Enterprise Network Owners in Private and Public Sectors and Defence, Network Equipment Manufacturers and most of the Fixed and Mobile Carriers and Broadcast providers to help them test, monitor, secure and optimise their networks & critical applications.

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