LOYTEC NICs are the most universal network interfaces for CEA‑709 and IP-852 (Ethernet/‌IP) channels. Based on LOYTEC’s Core Technologies, they offer high packet rates and short response times. All NICs are fully compatible with products like NL220, ALEX, LonMaker®, and other LNS® applications. The NICs are also compatible with NodeUtil32, NLUtil, OPC servers, and high performance ORION applications.

The multiplexed network interface (MNI) support allows starting multiple LNS® or MIP applications to run in parallel with an LPA on a single network interface.

The built-in VPN function provides for simple VPN setup and secure access to remote sites. The LTE-800 interface enables wireless access to remote sites through a mobile carrier.

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NIC709-USB100

USB-Interface, connects to the USB port of a PC, supports LonMark TP/FT-10, TP/XF-1250, and TP/RS-485

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NIC709-IP1E100C

Remote network interface (RNI), PC connection via Ethernet/IP, Supports a LonMark TP/XF-1250 channel

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NIC709-IP3E100C

Successor of NIC709-IP3E100, Remote network interface (RNI), PC connection via Ethernet/IP, Supports a LonMark TP/FT-10 channel

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NIC852

Floating licence via USB hardlock key, uses Ethernet port of PC to connect to a LonMark IP-852 channel

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NIC852-SW

Software license, Software activation with costs for one PC, uses Ethernet port of PC to connect to a LonMark IP-852 channel

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LPOW-2415B

Power supply unit with power connector 24 VDC, 15 W

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LWLAN-800

Wireless LAN Interface IEEE 802.11bgn

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LT-03

Network terminator for 1 x TP/FT-10 or TP/LPT-10 (bus or free topology), 1 x Network Access Connector RJ45

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LT-13

Network terminator for: 1 x TP/FT-10 or TP/LPT-10 (bus or free topology), 1 x TP/XF-1250 (bus toplogy only)

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LT-33

Network terminator for 2 x TP/FT-10 or TP/LPT-10 (bus or free topology)

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UTStarcom Holdings Corp.
UT斯达康
TypePublic
NASDAQ: UTSI
IndustryTelecommunications equipment
Founded1991; 30 years ago
FoundersHong Liang Lu
Ying Wu
HeadquartersBeijing, China
Worldwide
Key people
Tim Ti (CEO)
Zhaochen Huang (COO)
Steven Chen (CMO)
ProductsPacket optical networking equipment, wireless products, broadband access products, SDN
RevenueUS$101.6 million (2015)
US$-9.8 million (2015)
Number of employees
>600 (2016)
Websitewww.utstar.com

UTStarcom (UT斯达康) is a Chinese global telecom infrastructure provider headquartered in Beijing.[1][2][3] The company develops and supplies a broad range of telecommunication devices to communications service providers and network operators including fixed and mobile network operators, as well as to enterprises. Traditionally, the company had focused on markets in China, Japan, and India, but has expanded to markets in Africa, Central and Latin America, and the Middle East.[4]

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The company's products are designed to work with existing telecommunications infrastructure to provide low-cost voice and data services for access to both wireless (Wi-Fi) and fixed line products, optimized for mobile backhaul, metro aggregation, broadband access and Wi-Fi data.[5] As of 2015, the company focuses on two core areas: broadband and next-generation network (NGN).

The company has offices worldwide with business and R&D centers located in China, Japan, South Korea, India, the Middle East and Europe.[6] It is listed on the NASDAQ since 2000.[7]

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History[edit]

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The company was founded in 1995 as a merger between Unitech and Starcom Networks to form UTStarcom. Unitech was founded in 1991 by Hong Liang Lu (陆弘亮), a Chinese entrepreneur with a BS degree from UC Berkeley,[8] as Unitech Telecom. It was focused on the telecommunications markets in China, Japan, United States and India, with its initial presence in China established in 1993 in Hangzhou, Zhejiang.[4] Starcom Networks was founded in 1991 by Ying Wu (吴鹰) and a team who had worked together at the Bell Labs in New Jersey, United States.[9]

After several years of trying to expand its business globally, UTStarcom launched the Personal Handy-phone System, also known as the Personal Handy-phone System, a technology originally developed in Japan.

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In March 2000, UTStarcom went public on the NASDAQ.

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In July 2008, UTStarcom sold its Personal Communications Division to AIG.[10]

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References[edit]

  1. ^'UTStarcom Announces Effectiveness of Registration Statement and Mailing of Definitive Proxy Statement/Prospectus for Its 2011 Annual Meeting of Stockholders'. U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Founded in 1991, listed on the NASDAQ in 2000, the Company has its operational headquarters in Beijing, China
  2. ^'UTStarcom Closes Strategic Investment by Beijing E-town International Investment and Development Co., Ltd and Other Investors'. UtStarcom Investor Relations. September 7, 2010. UTStarcom's operational headquarters have been moved to Beijing, China.
  3. ^'UTStarcom to Relocate Headquarters Back to China; to Revamp Core Services'. Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute. March 25, 2010. UTStarcom recently announced that the company's headquarters will be moved to Beijing, China, with an aim to boost its market presence in China.
  4. ^ ab'UTStarcom, Inc. – Company Profile, Information, Business Description, History, Background Information on UTStarcom, Inc.'
  5. ^'Profile: UTStarcom Holdings Corp (UTSI.O)'
  6. ^Maureen McKelvey; Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen (27 February 2015). Innovation Spaces in Asia: Entrepreneurs, Multinational Enterprises and Policy. Edward Elgar Publishing. pp. 175–. ISBN978-1-78347-568-1.
  7. ^'UTSI At a Glance'
  8. ^'Mr. Hong Liang Lu'. Pacrim Venture Partners.
  9. ^AnnaLee Saxenian (2007). The New Argonauts: Regional Advantage in a Global Economy. Harvard University Press. pp. 250–. ISBN978-0-674-02566-0.
  10. ^UTStarcom Announces Strategic Divestiture of its Personal Communications Division
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