Legacy Datacomm and WAN Products
These products were based on the previous dominance of TDM based networks. The products include Multiplexers, Channel Banks, Digital Patching, and its related test equipment. They also include data cabinets and wiring components.
These products were the backbone of most telecommunication networks based on TDM topology. They are still used in Utilities and emerging International markets. They include Multiplexers, Short Haul Modems, Channel Banks, Digital Cross Connects, CSU/DSUs, and Frame Relay equipment.
These products were used to monitor Serial Fractional data interfaces like RS-232, V.35, RS-530, V.36, and X.21. They provided a convenient way to non-intrusively tap the serial port for monitoring or to simply patch to an alternate connection for testing a circuit. They were very popular with Modems and Routers before CSU/DSUs were built in. They were also popular with Lab environments, Utilities, and Military applications. The products were manufactured by Hadax, VIR, ADC, TE, and NSG.
These products were used to monitor and test T1, E1, and Serial Fractional data interfaces like RS-232, V.35, RS-530, V.36, X.21, and many more. This equipment also includes Test Equipment for TDM, Packet Based and Video Networks. They provided a convenient way to non-intrusively tap the port for monitoring or to simply patch to an alternate connection for testing a circuit. They were very popular with Modems and Routers before CSU/DSUs were built in. They were also popular with Lab environments and Military applications.
These video products are used for security and monitoring purposes. They include IP video cameras that can operate during the day or night.
These products compress standard and high definition IP video. They are used by most broadcasting and television programmers to send live or pre-recorded video feeds from one location to the other.
These products allow remote control of equipment for testing, control or power access. Some examples include remote control of switching and RS-232 connection between two cables or resetting the power to a server. They provide different access methods depending on the application from analog phone lines to the Internet.
These products provide standard metal enclosures for Datacomm, WAN, Servers, and Appliances. Sizes vary from wall mount to 77" inch high cabinets. They have a multitude of options from plexiglass locking doors to exhaust systems.
These products are your traditional physical layer products like Category 5/6/7 Ethernet cable and Single/Multi-Mode Fiber cable. They also include Serial Cables, Baluns and older technologies like Twinax and Coax.