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AMG Systems to showcase new 9000 series Ethernet switches at Intersec in Dubai

UK-based video transmission systems manufacturer, AMG Systems, will showcase its new 9000 series of rugged Ethernet switches via live demonstrations at Intersec in Dubai, UAE, on January 17-19, 2010.

The new 9000 series has been specifically designed to meet the high reliability requirements that are essential for rugged outdoor and harsh industrial environments with extended temperature ranges. It comprises hardened unmanaged switches that are a flexible solution for small to medium networking applications. They use hardened media converters that enable transparent extension and switching of 10/100Mbits/sec Ethernet-over-optical fiber links between multiple fast Ethernet twisted pair devices with no performance degradation. A range of Gigabit hardened media converters are also available, enabling Gigabit Ethernet-over-optical fiber links. The converters are full duplex, easy to use, flexible and compact and benefit from flow control and link fault pass through functionalities.

Left: The 9000 series is designed with harsh and extreme environments in mind, such as the conditions encountered in the Middle East

“The switches support ring topologies and offer a really cost effective networking solution, without comprising on advanced functionality, such as fast ring recovery of less than 20 ms and Power over Ethernet,” says AMG founder and MD, Dr Alan Hayes. “The transmission capability stretches to 40km over single-mode fiber and the products are available for extended temperature range requirements from -40° to +75°C, which makes them eminently suited for the harsh outdoor environment conditions in the Middle East region.

“The extended transmission range is achieved through the dual speed SFP Combo fiber port for increased network elasticity with no performance degradation,” Hayes adds. “Spanning Tree and IGMP snooping functionality are also key features and the Power over Ethernet option allows for taking power, as well as data, to the edge of the network devices.”

Hayes will present, ‘The Technologies and Topologies of CCTV Transmission Networks’ at the Commercial Security Forum at Intersec.

 

December 15, 2009

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