10 Gigabit Media Conversion Introduced

Transition Networks meets service provider demand.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted May 11, 2011
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Media conversion and Carrier Ethernet technology expert Transition Networks Inc. announced the introduction of its new, 10 Gigabit Ethernet fiber-to-fiber media converter. Designed to meet the increase in network traffic driving service providers and enterprise network managers to explore newer 10 Gigabit technologies, Transition offers a cost-effective method for fiber extension and fiber mode conversion. According to Sys Con, enterprises and service providers are able to extend the distances required for specific applications, while also supporting bandwidth-intensive applications such as video.

"’The demand for 10 Gigabit Ethernet is being driven by the increasing need to deliver multi-gigabit connections to the network edge, helping to reduce the potential bottle necks associated with increased traffic from bandwidth-hungry applications.’ says Patrick Schaber, Global Director of Marketing at Communication Systems Inc. ‘This is where 10G is finding a lot of activity and where Transition's 10 Gigabit media conversion and fiber extension is ideal.’"

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