Transition Networks Team Energized by Visit to São Paulo
The recent Futurecom conference held at the Transamérica Expo Center in São Paulo, Brazil counted the Transition Networks team among its exuberant participants.
This was a fun show, filled with the energetic vibe that São Paulo is famous for, living up to its reputation as the “Largest Telecom, IT and Internet Event in Latin America”.
The Expo Center was definitely buzzing with activity reminiscent of last year, where more than 14,500 visitors from around the world – including 2,500 mobile operators and Internet service providers (ISPs) – attended the show, participated in talks from over 300 guest speakers and visited the booths of 350+ exhibitors.
Transition Networks was there this year to showcase our full portfolio of Hardened Ethernet and Carrier Ethernet solutions, and discuss how our solutions help companies migrate to fiber-based cabling systems at a fraction of the cost of upgrading their entire network infrastructure.
Our sales team also met with current customers who stopped by the exhibit booth to talk about their latest projects and learn more about our newest technology.
Transition Networks Products Featured at Futurecom:
Enables superior IP video surveillance over fiber, copper Ethernet, and existing coax cable infrastructures in climate controlled and outdoor environments while monitoring from any network-connected location.
These switches connect devices at the “edge” of the network with a combination of fiber and copper networking in manufacturing, utility, outdoor and potentially explosive environments.
Specializing in ‘last mile’ fiber access including: Fiber aggregation switches, network interface devices (NIDs) and managed demarcation devices.
The Transition Networks team enjoyed the São Paolo experience and is already looking forward to next year’s Futurecom show.
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.