Berk-Tek defines the uLAN as an emerging network made up of non-traditional ethernet-enabled utility devices that are now connecting to the network. While the traditional Core LAN—comprised of the PC, VoIP phone and WiFi—is not expected to undergo significant change through 2022, the emerging uLAN is expected to grow significantly over that time. The uLAN and the network infrastructure supporting it will be largely responsible for connecting and powering the billions of new devices.
Transition Networks announced it has been accepted into Milestone Systems’ Marketplace. Launched in February, Milestone Marketplace enables Milestone Technology Partners to market their applications, hardware, and services that integrate with or are designed to work with Milestone XProtect® VMS. In 2018, Transition Networks partnered with Milestone to integrate all of its managed PoE+ and PoE++ switches into the Milestone Systems XProtect VMS.
Transition Networks announced a strategic partnership with Verint Systems Inc. to seamlessly integrate its device management software with Verint’s video software management platform for improved control and management of security cameras and other connected devices. Transition Networks’ Smart Managed PoE+ Enterprise Switches with built-in Device Management System (DMS) software simplifies security network maintenance and management.
Transition Networks announced the addition of two new managed hardened Power-over-Ethernet + (PoE+) rack mountable switches (SISPM1040-3248-L and SISPM1040-3166-L) to its broad portfolio of PoE products. These rugged switches feature either 16 or 24 ports and deliver PoE power and high throughput.
Transition Networks announced a new eight-port, fully managed Power-over-Ethernet ++ (PoE++) switch (SISPM1040-582-LRT) designed for connecting and powering internet of things (IoT) devices in harsh or outdoor environments. Transition Networks will debut the new switch at the International Security Conference & Exposition, known as ISC East. The switch is one of the first to be introduced that supports the new IEEE 802.3bt standard for PoE++, which was ratified in late September.
Transition Networks announced it will showcase its Self-Enclosed, Managed Hardened Gigabit Ethernet Power-over-Ethernet ++ (PoE++) Switch at the Global Security Exchange (GSX) event. New Switch Features Wireless Capabilities to Ease Installation of Security Surveillance Networks. The switch is optimized for easy set-up and maintenance of outdoor security camera networks through the inclusion of a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) radio for remote access to the switch and near-field communication (NFC) for mass pre-configuration of switches prior to powering up or connecting the switches.
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.
Transition Networks, Inc., a leading provider of innovative, high-value, data network integration solutions, today announced its new family of 10/100/1000 Ethernet small form-factor pluggable (SFP)-based enterprise-class media converters (SGPAT1040-x05) with Power-over-Ethernet Plus (PoE+). These products are new additions to the recently announced multi-port Gigabit Ethernet PoE+ family of media converters.
Transition Networks, Inc., a leading provider of innovative, high-value, data network integration solutions, announced a new (small form-factor pluggable) SFP-based Ethernet extender (TN-EOT-xx) designed to connect distant workstations, devices, or workgroups to a corporate network using legacy copper cabling at up to 300Mbps.
Transition Networks, Inc., a leading provider of innovative, high-value data network integration solutions, announced immediate availability of its Ethernet Over Coax Extender with PoE+, which reduces cost and accelerates time to service by utilizing existing coax cabling infrastructure to upgrade from analog to IP-based surveillance cameras or connect other IP devices to the Ethernet network. The new extender conforms to the IEEE 802.3af/at standard for compliance with other PoE / PoE+ powered devices, allowing edge devices to be quickly and easily located in places where power was previously not available and helping to avoid unnecessary and costly electrical installations.