Company Overview of Covaro Networks, Inc.
Covaro Networks, Inc. develops intelligent Ethernet demarcation products for Ethernet WAN applications. Its products enable carriers to offer ethernet services over copper, fiber, SONET, and DS3/DS1. The company’s technology offers carrier-grade service definition, monitoring, and diagnostics for ethernet based services. The company was formerly known as Arriso Networks, Inc. and changed its name to Covaro Networks, Inc. in October 2002. Covaro Networks, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Richardson, Texas with an additional office in Ottawa, Canada. As of February 3, 2006, Covaro Networks, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of ADVA Optical Networking North America, Inc.
2301 North Greenville Avenue
Richardson, TX 75082
Founded in 2002
Key Executives for Covaro Networks, Inc.
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