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Canary Communications  Profile

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Canary Communications  Company Overview

Canary Communications was founded in 1987 to design, develop, and produce innovative connectivity products, specializing in the Ethernet Local Area Network market. With a focus on physical level Ethernet connectivity, Canary developed the first compact multi-AUI-port transceiver. Canary offers a wide range of connectivity products, including one, two, and four port transceivers, miniature repeaters, fan-outs, hubs, concentrators, multi-media repeaters, converters and boosters.

Canary Communications  Products

The types of products manufactured by Canary Communications include Wavelength Division Multiplexing units, Chassis Converter Products - UTP-to-Fiber and Fiber-to-Fiber Modules, Standalone Media Converters - UTP-to-Fiber Converters, Fiber-to-Fiber Converters, Copper-to-Fiber Converters, and UTP-to-Fiber Bridging Media Converters, and Switching Products.

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