Company’s Newly Announced Secure Remote Access (SRA) Solution and Passive Power over Ethernet (PoE) Module to be Displayed
MINNEAPOLIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Transition Networks, Inc., a leading provider of IoT and edge connectivity solutions, today announced it will exhibit at the International Security Conference & Exposition (ISC West), taking place July 19-21 at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada.
ISC West brings together thousands of security and public safety professionals and hundreds of exhibitors with products and solutions across access control, biometrics, video surveillance, IoT-enabled devices, IT, cybersecurity, public safety, drones, and robotics.
Transition Networks will exhibit in booth 7095. Among its broad portfolio of security and surveillance solutions, it will showcase its newly announced Secure Remote Access (SRA) solution, which allows rapid deployment of encrypted bi-directional VPN tunnels between a network operations center (NOC) and remote sites. SRA provides a simple and secure way to access and manage distributed network devices and endpoints such as network security cameras, without requiring changes to an enterprise firewall. The solution can be configured to provide either complete local network access or limited access to specific devices. The user can rapidly deploy SRA without typical disruptions such as changes to an enterprise firewall.
Another recently announced solution on display will be the Passive Power over Ethernet (PoE) Module, a new accessory that adds even greater flexibility to Transition Networks’ award-winning Self-Enclosed Managed Hardened Gigabit Ethernet PoE++ Switch (SESPM). While the SESPM already includes four ports capable of IEEE 802.3bt power, the Passive PoE Module enables it to also provide 24VDC power to devices that do not follow IEEE PoE standards. The optional Passive PoE Module is safely and securely mounted inside the switch. Without it, non-standard devices such as wireless radios utilizing 24VDC power would require a separate power source externally mounted to the pole or wall, presenting challenges for access, maintenance, and even permitting.
The company will also share its smart city solutions for delivering connectivity and power across surveillance cameras and sensor networks, including its PoE, PoE+, and PoE++ commercial and hardened switches.
“We are thrilled to be back at events, exhibiting with our peers and sharing our solutions with security and public safety professionals,” said Shadrack Laanoi, Director of Product Management, Transition Networks. “Our solutions are designed to simplify access and monitoring and deliver connectivity and power in remote locations so that security integrators can deliver the best, most cost-effective services to their customers.”
96.7% of Transition Networks products are TAA and NDAA compliant.
For more information about Transition Networks solutions for physical security and surveillance solutions, visit https://transition.com/solutions/physical-security-surveillance/.
About Transition Networks, Inc.
Transition Networks provides edge connectivity solutions to advance intelligent networks globally for enterprises, integrators, service providers, federal agencies, and the military. Addressing the demands of smart city and hybrid networks, our PoE switches and converters, adapters, and optics integrate easily into smart network applications in commercial and hardened environments. We are a U.S.-based company known for expert customer-centric service and built to last, TAA-compliant products with 30 years of experience serving customers in 70 countries, including more than two-thirds of the Fortune 100 companies. Transition Networks is a Communications Systems Inc. company (NASDAQ: JCS). For more information, visit us at 10900 Red Circle Drive Minnetonka, MN 55343, call us at +1.952.996.7600, or visit our website at transition.com.
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