Interfaces and functions
For more than 25 years intec Gesellschaft für Informationstechnik mbH has successfully been developing products for the international telecommunications market. We now specialize in high-quality, value telecom handheld testers and have established ourselves as one of the leading providers of xDSL, ISDN, IP and fibre measurement technology in Europe and abroad.
Since 1997 we offer customer specific test equipment under the trade name of ARGUS® with a „Made in Germany“ quality guarantee. Benefitting from local manufacturing and the fact that all development, sales, marketing and logistics activities are provided by ourselves, we are able to react promptly to requirements and new challenges. As a medium sized German company we offer our customers a comprehensive service from detailed documentation, hands on instructions and free updates through to effective, capable assistance to support our customers with their day-to-day measurement routine.
Our ARGUS® testers combine all the features needed for on-site testing; in addition, they excel with their high user friendliness. They simplify the day-to-day work, for example when it comes to physical line qualification and troubleshooting on the last mile, commissioning xDSL and ISDN connections or the levelling of a wide range of Ethernet routes – both optical and copper-based. They also test Triple Play services such as VoIP, IPTV and data transfers as well as monitoring their quality of service (SLA). All of this makes the ARGUS® tester an indispensable tool for the maintenance of the last mile.
An essential factor for our success is the ability to innovate: we continuously update our portfolio and always cover the latest standards, including current existing technologies such as 2005 ADSL2+, 2013 VDSL2 Vectoring, GPON, VDSL2 profile 35b and even VDSL2 Bonding, as well as G.fast.
Our customers have appreciated the quality of our products and services for many years. This trust in our products has enabled us to supply more than 100,000 ARGUS®-Testers throughout the world during the last 15 years – a large majority of which have been delivered to international network operators such as Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone, Telefonica, KPN, British Telecom and Telekom Austria.