Education Networks

Whether it’s connecting several buildings in a school district or campus setting or adding Ethernet switches in the classroom, academic institutions use fiber in the Enterprise to capitalize on the latest technological advances. Fiber offers greater transmission distances, cabling infrastructure scalability, and data protection from noise and interference.

Transition Networks offers small-port count Ethernet switches with fiber uplinks to allow copper-based network devices in the classroom to connect with fiber cabling that extends back to the main computer room. Chassis-based copper-to-fiber media converters are used to connect the same fiber to the copper ports of core Ethernet switches for more reliable and versatile performance.

Applications

High Security Data Networking

Fiber-to-the-Desk (FTTD)
Voice over IP (VoIP)
Copper to Fiber Conversion in a Campus/Base Environment
Fiber Conservation (WDM Technologies)

Telecommunications

Carrier Ethernet
Circuit Emulation Services
ISDN Switching

Security/Surveillance

Physical Security
Outdoor Surveillance
Access Control

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