Posted April 26, 2017

IEEE’s Electronics 360 Features New Extenders and Smart Managed Switches

Electronics 360We’re pleased to share that Transition Networks was featured this month in IEEE’s Electronics 360, an online publication covering the business and technology of electronics as it impacts a myriad of industries across the global economy.

In the article, Assistant Managing Editor, Peter Brown, provides an overview of our Ethernet Over 2-Wire Extender with PoE+, our Ethernet Over Coax Extender With PoE+ and our Smart Managed PoE+ Switch, all designed for reducing the costs associated with implementing or upgrading security networks.

Here’s some background on each of the products he mentions:

Our Ethernet Over 2-Wire Extender with PoE+ extends Ethernet networks at near Gigabit speeds and provides power to security cameras, wireless access points, and other IP devices at distances beyond the typical 100m Ethernet cable limitation.

Our Ethernet Over Coax Extender with PoE+ reduces cost and accelerates time to service by utilizing existing coaxial cabling infrastructure to connect and power IP devices, such as in analog to IP surveillance camera upgrades.

Finally, our Smart Managed PoE+ Switches feature an innovative Device Management System (DMS) – a technology that offers advanced tools for management of connected IP-based powered devices. The DMS capability built into the switches is new from Transition Networks and provides time-saving features enabling security integrators or network administrators to establish and document a baseline deployment, automatically discover and remotely configure attached IP-addressable powered devices (PDs), and monitor and automatically restart edge devices using Transition Networks’ Auto Power Reset feature.

You can read the brief article here and for more information read about our security solutions.

I’ve used Transition Networks’ products in my customer installations for years. I’ve always found their products, customer service, sales, and tech support to be top-notch. I wouldn’t even consider using another brand.

Senior Project Manager at IT Solutions Provider