RFL Electronics Transforms to Provide Solutions for an Evolving World

BOONTON TOWNSHIP, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- RFL Electronics Inc., a world leader in mission-critical communications and protection solutions for the electric utility and transportation markets, is unveiling a new look, and new solutions at the UTC Telecom 2013 in Houston, Texas, May 15-16.

For mission-critical infrastructures, RFL is introducing the EXMUX® 3500M. The latest addition to the award-winning IP Access Multiplexing family bridges the gap from yesterday to tomorrow with revolutionary benefits such as:

  • Module hot-swapping to assure uninterrupted service while facilitating infrastructure evolution.
  • Seamless migration to a modern IP infrastructure without uprooting legacy equipment.
  • Highly-reliable relaying / protection and SCADA communications channels.

To meet the need for greater bandwidth requirements, RFL is debuting the IMUX 2000s SONET/SDH module. This innovative and cost-effective solution offers unparalleled benefits such as:

  • Leverages existing IMUX 2000 T1/E1 multiplexer equipment to provide higher bandwidth capacity (400 times) for video and other high-bandwidth applications.
  • Supports gigabit Ethernet, delivering resilient, managed IP-based services.
  • Easy, straight-forward upgrade, eliminating costs and complexity of installing a new system.

The rebranding of RFL, together with the new solutions, represent the Company's response to the increasing rate of change faced by its customers. "Our customers' needs are changing faster than their infrastructure. So we realized we couldn't simply provide static products, but instead need to offer dynamic solutions that can accommodate their current and future requirements," said Emmanuel (Manny) Duvelson, RFL's Product Marketing Director.

About RFL Electronics Inc. - An SL Industries Company

RFL Electronics Inc., founded in 1922 and headquartered in Boonton Township, NJ, designs and manufactures a complete line of highly-reliable, mission-critical, and cost-effective communications and protection solutions for the electric utility and transportation markets. Please visit the Company's website at www.rflelect.com.

About SL Industries, Inc.

SL Industries, Inc., RFL's parent company, designs, manufactures and markets power electronics, power motion, power protection, teleprotection and communications equipment and systems that are used in a variety of medical, aerospace, computer, data-com, industrial, telecom, transportation and electric power utility applications. For more information about SL Industries, Inc. and its products, please visit the Company's web site at www.slindustries.com.

About UTC Telecom 2013

UTC is the only annual conference designed for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) professionals. UTC is the premier trade association navigating the convergence of telecommunications, operations and information technology to identify, innovate and enable mission critical solutions for essential utility services. Since 1948, UTC has served as the source and resource for ICT solutions, collaboration and advocacy for utilities and other critical infrastructure industries.



RFL Electronics Inc.
Emmanuel (Manny) Duvelson
Product Marketing Director
P: 973-334-3100, x275
C: 973-945-8632
manny.duvelson@rflelect.com

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