Gemalto announced it is bolstering protection against cyber-attacks for the new generation of cloud-based virtualized networks being planned and deployed with Intel® technology. This new initiative combines the Intel Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) trusted enclave(1), deployed in the company’s industry-leading cloud server CPUs, with Gemalto’s advanced SafeNet Data Protection On Demand security software services to create a robust processor-level security solution for virtualized networks.
Transition Networks announced it has partnered with ScanSource a provider of technology products and solutions, to expand the delivery of its high-quality edge connectivity solutions with a focus on physical security networks.ScanSource offers the industry’s best AIDC, point-of-sale, communications, physical security and emerging technology solutions, along with the highest level of service and support.
Siklu announced that its wireless radios have been deployed in the City of Lincoln, United Kingdom. These systems provide 14 high capacity wireless data links in support of a modern IP networked CCTV system, primarily to provide surveillance for the city and public spaces. The new wireless network is part of the Vision 2020 project announced last year. Vision 2020 is a three-year plan to build a Smart City improving the city’s infrastructure, roadways and parks and includes investing in a new transportation hub.
Interlogix introduced its TruVision® NVR 71, a high-capacity H.265 high-definition recorder for larger internet protocol-based video surveillance solutions and an advanced touchscreen network management switch. Both are being showcased April 11-13 booth #18019. The new TruVision recorder is ideal for large commercial applications offering up to 576 Mbps of incoming camera bandwidth supporting up to 128 IP camera channels. Its 96TB of embedded storage – in RAID or non-RAID configurations – accommodates high resolution or long-term video storage needs. The recorder’s H.265 video compression standard reduces network bandwidth and storage requirements.
TRENDnet® has announced the launch of two 2.5G managed switches with 10G SFP support, designed as a cost-effective solution to expand your network’s bandwidth. The pair include a standard version with the 10-Port 2.5GBASE-T Web Smart Switch, model TEG-30102WS, and a PoE version with the 10-Port 2.5GBASE-T Web Smart PoE+ Switch, model TPE-30102WS. TRENDnet’s two 2.5G managed switches increase your network’s maximum bandwidth without requiring new cabling. Save on cable installation costs by utilizing your existing Cat5e and/or Cat6 cabling; 10G switches require upgrades to Cat6a or Cat7 ethernet cables for full support.
DITEK is displaying their new DTK-RM24NETS, a modular, rack-mounted surge protector here at ISC West 2018 (booth #6103). Designed with state-of-the-art circuitry, DTK-RM24NETS provides superior protection for shielded Ethernet and PoE connections and is ideal for installations where multiple Ethernet cabling feeds require surge protection before entering network switches. The DTK-RM24NETS is a 24-channel, 1U rack mount surge protector providing the industry’s strongest surge protection for shielded Ethernet and Power over Ethernet (PoE) connections.
Siklu is extending its gigabit solutions portfolio to offer the breakthrough SmartHaul™Wireless Network Design Engine (WiNDE), which accelerates time to deployment by automating complex mmWave network designs.Siklu’s End-to-End solutions will be showcased at ISC West, Las Vegas, April 11–13, Axis booth #14051. Siklu has long been an industry leader in gigabit wireless connectivity, positioned with the largest choice of Gigabit Wireless Access (GWA) and aggregation radios and delivering up to 10Gbps Full Duplex throughput in PtP and over 2Gbps in PtMP configurations.
Siklu announced that the John Glenn Columbus International Airport in Columbus, Ohio, has deployed mmWave radios from Siklu providing wireless connectivity for a remote building and the airport runway for the purposes of local area network connectivity (LAN, internet, VOIP). The airport, which is the largest passenger airport in central Ohio and second busiest in the state with over 150 flights daily, had a need for a wireless network to connect its Shipping and Receiving Building, which is a detached building located half a mile across the runway.
Siklu announced Smart City deployments based on Siklu’s broad E-band and V-band product portfolio have reached a milestone of 100 cities installed. Smart Cities, which were initially defined as municipalities connecting low data rate sensors for water, gas and more, have been evolving to demand high-capacity connectivity at gigabit-per-second speed. This high-bandwidth network infrastructure is needed to support new applications such as video security, public Wi-Fi backhaul, and private city network deployments. As municipalities move to support an increase in public safety cameras and improved connectivity between public buildings such as police, fire, schools, and libraries, the networks are being upgraded.
The concept of white box is nothing new to the IT industry. In the beginning, there were a handful of manufactures who dominated the server, workstation, and laptop market. Well-known brands like IBM, Hewlett Packard, and Compaq were a mainstay throughout corporate IT. As the industry started to shift, generic —or white box— servers began to emerge. Companies like Supermicro and ABMX offer price competitive solutions over traditional branded products. Large companies like Amazon, Facebook, Netflix, Google, Microsoft, and LinkedIn have all made the shift to white box servers.