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Multi-port firewalls now support SHDSL connections

Multi-port firewalls now support SHDSL connections
The EAGLE20-0400 and EAGLE30-0402 multi-port firewalls have been updated to provide additional flexibility of deployment and state-of-the-art security functionality. The Hirschmann multi-port firewalls, from Belden, have a new router redundancy and WAN interface to help achieve maximum network availability and security in any industrial setting.
2nd September 2014

Encoders integrate VideoFlow technology

Encoders integrate VideoFlow technology
Digital Video Protection (DVP) from VideoFlow has been integrated into SAPEC's Altum II encoders, it has been announced. With the integration of VideoFlow technology, the encoders can provide high quality, live video transmission over unmanaged networks such as the internet. In providing this, the DVP removes the need for a Service Level Agreement (SLA), reducing overall operating costs. 
1st September 2014

Ethernet switches utilise PoE+ to deliver more power

Ethernet switches utilise PoE+ to deliver more power
Enabling four Ethernet Switch ports to be simultaneously deployed for the supply of power, HARTING has announced the Ha-VIS eCon Ethernet switches. Using the higher-power variant PoE+ standard (based on IEEE 802.3at) to offer power levels of up to 34.2W, the Ethernet switches provide more power to connected system devices, significantly increasing the variety of potential applications.
1st September 2014


Control panel targets master room controllers

Control panel targets master room controllers
A 6-button auxiliary control panel, which works as a remote control panel for master room controllers, has been released by Kramer Electronics. To communicate the over a single cable with controllers such as the Kramer SL-1, the RC-43T uses proprietary KNET protocol.
29th August 2014

Models now switch SuperSpeed USB 3.0 and 3G-SDI

Models now switch SuperSpeed USB 3.0 and 3G-SDI
The Draco tera compact KVM matrix switch series, manufactured by IHSE, now features models capable of switching SuperSpeed USB 3.0 and 3G-SDI. Through the incorporation of I/O cards which can be individually loaded with SFP modules for coax and fibre connections, the switches allow users to choose and mix transmission formats.
29th August 2014

Project achieves record breaking data transmission rate

The Guinness Book of Records have recognised MODE-GAP, the European collaborative R&D project, for achieving the highest data transmission rate over hollow-core optical fibre. Supported within the European Commission’s 7th Framework Programme, the project has brought together leading European organisations to address methods of resolving the future communication network capacity crunch.
28th August 2014

Card can customise switches with fibre or coax SFPs

Card can customise switches with fibre or coax SFPs
The UNI-I/O card, which allows users to customise an IHSE Draco tera enterprise KVM matrix switch with fibre or coax SFPs has been released by IHSE. Supporting either SDI signals or USB 3.0 sources, the coax/fibre hybrid can be configured to the desired cabling requirements. Featuring eight ports, the card allows users to reside broadcast sources and KVM sources in the same matrix frame.
28th August 2014

External drive controls power source output in real-time

External drive controls power source output in real-time
An external drive option, enabling users to directly control the output of a power source in real-time, has been released by AMETEK. The -EXTD enables the California Instruments RS series of regenerative programmable AC sources to be used in HIL test systems.
27th August 2014

AMD communication devices re-introduced by Rochester

AMD communication devices re-introduced by Rochester
The AM7968 TAXIchip Transmitter and the AM7969 TAXIchip Receiver Chipset is a general-purpose interface for very high-speed (4-17.5MBps, 40-175MBd serially) point-to-point communications over coaxial or fibre-optic media. The speed of a TAXIchip system is adjustable over a range of frequencies, with parallel bus transfer rates of 4MBps at the low end, and up to 17.5MBps at the high end.
27th August 2014

Serial I/O modules feature software-controlled configuration

Serial I/O modules feature software-controlled configuration
The Emerald-MM-8EL-XT (EMM-8EL-XT), a family of serial I/O modules offering four or eight serial ports, has been released by Diamond Systems. Based on PCIe octal UART with 256-byte TX/RX FIFOs and auto RS-485 transmit control, the ports feature software-controlled configuration and optional opto-isolation.
27th August 2014


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