Manufacturers

Developed over two decades of successful data center and desktop innovation, our industry-leading portfolio of software, hardware and embedded technologies can solve whatever challenges face enterprise-level IT organizations, helping them control, plan, evolve and secure their heterogeneous, multifaceted information technology infrastructure. Our proven, award-winning solutions improve efficiencies, deliver greater agility and produce rapid ROI. They empower IT to progress beyond the role of business process sustainer to that of competitive differentiator. Highly available. Acutely responsive. Infinitely extendable.
http://www.avocent.com/


Lantronix

Lantronix, Inc. (NASDAQ: LTRX) develops hardware and software solutions to help remotely access and manage electronic products and network infrastructure equipment. With a 16-year heritage of connecting serial devices to networks, and more than 22 million ports connected to Lantronix products, the company is a one-stop shop for technologists who want to design, manage and configure products and network infrastructure equipment, incorporating the advantages of remote device management. T he company's worldwide headquarters are located in Irvine, California. For more information, visit http://www.lantronix.com


Patton
Patton Electronics Company is a US manufacturer and marketer of data communications products, including VoIP/ToIP gateways & routers, Remote Access (V.92, V.90, K56Flex, V.34+, and ISDN dial-in), Last Mile/Local Loop Access (T1, E1, and xDSL modems, NTUs and CSU/DSUs), Multi-Service Access (voice, intranet, extranet, and Frame Relay access), and Connectivity (interface converters, short range modems, multiplexers, and surge protectors). For more information, visit
http://www.patton.com

 


 

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The company’s Transition Networks brand of media converters make conversion between disparate media types possible, providing conversion technology solutions that offer the necessary adaptations without affecting the performance, nature or appearance of the network. The company designs and markets these media conversion technologies across a broad spectrum of networking protocols including Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, ATM, Gigabit Ethernet, T1/E1, DS3, video, Power-over-Ethernet, and more. Transition Networks offers its products in chassis, stand alone, and PCI form factors. Our devices are SNMP manageable and can be managed via our graphical interface Focal Point, a web browser, or a command line interface.
http://www.transition.com