TREND Networks increases cloud cover

TREND Networks launches advanced Cloud reporting for their entire VDV II cable verifier range

The VDV II Basic, Plus, and Pro copper cable verifiers from TREND Networks will now all be Bluetooth-enabled to support enhanced test reporting with the TREND AnyWARE Cloud App and test management system. The new cloud connected verifiers will enable users to quickly, easily, and accurately create and manage test reports; making them ideal for technicians working in voice, data, and video applications.

David Anderson, MD of UK distributor Avoke Limited explains “With the latest update to VDV II, TREND Networks are bringing advanced reporting benefits to an affordable, entry level wire mapper – the type of tester we believe the majority of installers or technicians need to have in their bag.

“By covering users from Basic to Pro, Trend ensure that all users can now experience the same time and cost savings, alongside the dependability and accuracy they have come to expect from the entire TREND Networks product range”.

The new VDV II models connect reliably to the TREND AnyWARE Cloud App using Bluetooth, storing the test results on the user’s phone in real time. It’s as simple as creating a job folder in the app, connecting the tester to a cable, and then sending the test results.

Once these are in the app, users can then tap ‘upload’ to transfer the results to the online TREND AnyWARE Cloud test management system in seconds. Here, test results can be organised, and professional PDF reports can be exported.

This seamless data-transfer also benefits Project Managers. With access to a wider range of test results from their co-workers in the field in a single web-based test management system, they can now standardise their workflow and improve efficiency. The highly-secure TREND AnyWARE Cloud already supports testers from TREND Networks, including PoE Pro, LanTEK III/IV/IV-S cable certifiers, and SignalTEK 10G bandwidth tester.

Installers and engineers can access all the relevant information including pricing, by visiting the Avoke website. Units are available from July 1.

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