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Setting the Bar for Layer 1 Switches: Why ColdFusion?

Lepton’s ColdFusion Layer 1 test automation switch enables the automation of 100% of lab infrastructure. With ColdFusion, network topology changes can be performed with the click of a button, or by integrating QA test scripts with ColdFusion APIs.

ColdFusion has the broadest media support, has the highest density, and the only Layer 1 switch that supports 10m to 128G in the same chassis.

Cost Savings

  • Reduce CapEx through an increased utilization of a smaller number of tools.
  • Reduce OpEx as automation increases and manual labor decreases.
  • Reduce time to market, increasing savings and profits.
  • High-density architecture saves expensive rack space.

Increase Test Lab Utilization

  • Run the same number of test cases using fewer test tools and DUT’s.
  • Allow remote test engineers to share the same lab resources from anywhere.
  • Gain full control and visibility over who is using lab resources, and for how long.
  • Schedule and reserve resources.
  • Reduce lab equipment idle time.

Reduce Test Time

  • Reduce unnecessary troubleshooting time due to manual cabling mistakes.
  • Build, modify or teardown test topologies quickly and reliably using scripts.
  • Quickly isolate and troubleshoot test problems
  • Reduce test setup time.
  • Free up test engineers’ time to focus on their core technology challenges.

Lepton’s ColdFusion1 supports Ethernet, Fibre Channel, Infiniband and OTN across a wide range of data rates from 1G to 10G, 25G, 40G, 50G and 100G over Active-Optical-Cable (AOC), Direct-Attached-Cable (DAC), Multimode or Singlemode optical cables.

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