CXR Larus History Highlights
Larus History Highlights
1980- Company founded as Larus Corporation, first year sales total $1200. The first product was a 66 Block mounted repeat coil. Their first customer was MCI.
1981- More voice circuit products introduced, revenues up 12,000% to $140K.
1984- First million dollar sales year.
1985- Introduced first Automatic Span Powering Repeater with selectable precompensation, the 1101.
1986- More ASPR repeaters released, sales top $2 million for the first time.
1988- Sales top $5 million for the year.
1989- Larus purchases Flextie 56 and T1 Automatic Protection Switch product lines from California Microwave. Larus introduces its first in a series of advanced Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) Timing Systems, the STS 5300. Its Direct Digital Frequency Synthesis (DDFS) technology is patented.
1990- Larus enters into an agreement with AT&T to provide T1 Single Ended Protection Switches and a quad T1 to fiber optic extension product family dubbed the DDM-Plus. Eventually, over 25,000 units of the fiber products are sold. Larus earns AT&T QLP Gold status.
1992- Sales top $10 million for the first time, ending the year at $12 million.
1993- Larus introduces the next generation in SDH Timing, the 5400, incorporating a Rubidium based Stratum 1 level reference and utilizing Global Positioning System (GPS) technology.
1994- Larus earns ISO-9001 certification as a world class manufacturer.
1996- Larus partners with Alcatel to provide timing for its 1680 OGX switch, and Larus introduces the StarClock 100 Output Timing System.
1997- Larus introduces a license free quad T1 microwave radio system , the Model 7000. Sales exceed $18 million.
1999- Larus releases the 5800 StarClock, an innovative single box timing solution.
2000- Larus releases the 5850 Primary Reference Source (PRS).
2004- Larus begins shipping new StarClock 200 Timing Products for the RBOC market. Larus is purchased by EMRISE Corporation.
CXR Telcom History Highlights
1982 - Halcyon founded
1997 - Emrise buys Halcyon; division named CXR Telcom
1998 - CXR Telcom ships first handheld Halcyon test set
2000 - Modems are manufactured in France
2000 - CXR Telcom buys T-Com; ships first T1/T3 tester
2002 - CXR Telcom begins to lower costs of the manufacture
2004 - Largest revenue month in history of company
2005- Larus is merged with CXR Telcom to become CXR Larus Corporation
2006- Larus releases new StarClock 200E Expandable Synchronization Timing System
2006- Larus introduces new E1 and IRIG-B versions of the 5850 GPS Stratum 1 Primary Reference Clock