Timbercon Introduces New Website for Fiber Information

The new Timbercon website incorporates user-friendly navigation, in-depth technical information, and a wealth of reference materials in an easy-to-use format.
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Timbercon Introduces New Website for Fiber Information

Jun 28, 2006 12:25 PM

Timbercon, Inc., a fiber-optic products and services company providing a vast array of connectivity solutions, introduced its new website designed to provide users with a single source for fiber-optic products, applications, and industry information.

The Timbercon website incorporates user-friendly navigation, in-depth technical information, and a wealth of reference materials in an easy-to-use format. This combination of features provides users with a means for browsing products, researching applications, reviewing industry requirements, and learning about fiber-optic technologies within the same website, reducing the time and effort associated with online research.

Sean Gitt, director of marketing for Timbercon, says that the new timbercon.com site is focused on providing its clients with a robust collection of resources, enabling them to use the site as a technical reference tool on fiber optics, rather than just an online catalog of products. "Whether you are researching fiber optics for an aircraft application or you need to understand what attenuation means and how it works, timbercon.com has your answer,” Gitt says.

For more information, visit www.timbercon.com.

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