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Remote Environment Management Helps Reduce Security Costs of On-Site Visitors in Your Data Center
Increase Security, Reduce Footfall, Save Money, Decrease Risk and Increase Customer Satisfaction According to Research and Markets, the global data center market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of more than 2 percent during the period 2019–2025. In the U.S. alone, the data center market is expected to reach revenues of
Ways to Remotely Access Your Clients Network
It’s a common request in your line of work: A call comes in from your customer requesting help with a network problem. Your team isn’t on-site, so you can’t remote into their network because the firewall is doing exactly what it’s designed to do: keep outsiders out. While there are multiple processes to modify a
Exhausted Your Fiber Connections? Maximize your Fiber Capacity 16x with CWDM
After more than a year of juggling evolving work, school, and social interaction dynamics brought on by the pandemic, one thing is for sure – fast, reliable broadband is more important than ever before. Even so, long before the pandemic, the push to close the digital divide has been growing for some time, with efforts
Optical Transceiver Market to Expand at Significant Growth Rate by 2023
It’s no doubt that the communication industry is growing quickly; the way we communicate, the volume in which we communicate, the type of information we communicate, and the timeliness of our communication- to name a few. Technical advancements are also driving change for communications. This growth in the communications industry is fostering higher demands on
Transition Networks – Because They Are!
This quote from our South Central Regional Sales Manager Alphie Kilgus is one of my favorite quotes. We say it a lot here at Transition Networks—because networks are always “in transition”. We’ve already witnessed the progression of Ethernet networks from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps to 1000 Mbps. And now the adoption time for higher
Using Dual-Speed SFPs to Reduce the Cost and Hassle of Storing Spare Parts, and Improve Network Logistics
Spare SFPs anyone? The hassle of stocking spare small form factor pluggable (SFP) transceivers is a challenge for many enterprises. With Gigabit Ethernet (1 Gig) and 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10 Gig) network connections growing, and an evolution from 1 Gig to 10 Gig, many companies have a never-ending need for extra SFPs. Network downtime while
Should the Security Camera Network be Separate from the Enterprise Network?
In the era of analog security cameras, the network connections were via coaxial cable and not the twisted pair copper cabling used for most enterprise network applications. This meant that enterprises needed to build a separate and dedicated security network to connect these devices to monitors and video management systems (VMS). But the latest security
BICSI: Demos, New Technology, and New Products
Every year we look forward to our trip to the BICSI Winter Conference & Exhibition and this year was no exception. As always, BICSI is a great place to connect with our long time and new customers, and share the latest trends in network technology. As a continuous Drink Sponsor of BICSI, connecting with attendee’s
Device Management System: The Little-Known Technology that Makes It Easier to Manage PoE+ Devices
While it’s safe to say that Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) was invented to support VoIP phones, I would argue that it has a bigger impact on network managers’ lives by making it much easier and more cost effective to connect multiple types of remote network devices to the network. The simplicity with which it’s possible to connect
Solving the Legacy Network Cabling Conundrum
Upgrading enterprise network cabling is expensive. Not only is the cable and installation costly, but so is removal and disposal of the old cabling, making it tempting to leave the legacy cabling in place, snaked through the walls and ceilings of your enterprise. But there are advantages to doing so, the cabling can be re-used.
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