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ComNet Fiber Optic and Ethernet Products App
ComNet has issued a mobile app to allow electronics professionals to learn more about its selection of fiber optic video and data transmission products.

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Electronics professionals can download ComNet's new product app that allows A/V professionals to learn more about its line of fiber optic products.
February 04, 2013 | by CI Staff

Not too long ago, Apple ran a commercial that stated, “There’s an app for that.” Now with the introduction ComNet’s new product app, Apple’s commercial proclamation is a reality.

The Skinny: ComNet says its Fiber Optic & Ethernet Products app is available from Apple’s iTunes App Store. Commercial A/V professionals can use the app on their iPhones, iPod Touches and iPads to view the company’s selection of fiber optic transmission and networking products.

The Specs: The Danbury, Conn.-based company’s app allows users to search its product line by application or model number, and ComNet says users can identify their installation options based on the specific benefits each product provides. ComNet also includes product datasheets, installation manuals and A&E specs within the app to provide additional information.

Solutions: The app covers ComNet’s fiber optic video, data and audio products. The company points out the app is available for free.

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