In 2011, Communications Systems, Inc. integrated Patapsco Communications into Transition Networks. With this acquisition, Transition adds industry leading technologies such as: circuit emulation services (CESoIP), also known as TDM over IP or pseudowire and a variety of ISDN products including ISDN over IP (ISDNoIP). The acquired Packetband and Mediaband product lines add a wide range of technology allowing for the transportation of TDM traffic over IP and Ethernet packet networks.
The PacketBank-ISDN range delivers completely clear/transparent ISDN channels across different types of packet networks. PacketBand turns your packet network into a virtual ISDN network.
The PacketBand-ISDN range is unique. It delivers clear/transparent switched ISDN "B" channels across packet networks so any type of traffic can be transported, including:
Deliver switched, transparent, synchronous, ISDN data services across asynchronous packet networks.
Learn more about Transition Networks Single Port BRI over IP
The PacketBand-ISDN-B-4 delivers transparent switched ISDN data services across packet networks. All ports are locked with central, or network clocks, providing a fully synchronous environment across asynchronous networks.
Learn more about Transition Networks 4-Port BRI ISDN over IP
The PacketBand-ISDN-P delivers transparent switched PRI ISDN synchronous data services across asynchronous packet networks for PRI interfaces.
Learn more about Transition Networks Single Port PRI over Ethernet and IP
PacketBand-TDM delivers a high quality, completely transparent, E1/T1 circuit across different types of packet networks and various clocking options for different types of networks.
The PacketBand-TDM-1 (TDM-1) supplies a clock-locked clear channel or structured E1 or T1 circuit over Ethernet, IP, or MPLS networks. It supports a single E1/T1 and can be used in pairs or with other members of the PacketBand range.
Learn more about Transition Networks Single Port E1/T1
The PacketBand-VX provides reliable, transparent, and manageable end-to-end X.21 and V.35 connectivity across packet networks. It can connect to local devices and/or leased lines and is able to provide, take and recover clocks.
Circuits can be established 24/7 or in response to requests from the attached equipment via control signals so the circuit is established periodically and on demand. Packetband also supports Multicast for simplex broadcast applications.
Learn more about Transition Networks Single Port V.35 and X.21 / V.11 Over IP
The PacketBand-TDM-4 (TDM-4) supplies clock-locked clear channel or structured E1/T1 circuits over Ethernet, IP, or MPLS networks.
It supports up to four E1/T1s and can be used in pairs or with other members of the PacketBand range. A three port unit (PacketBand-TDM-3MC) supporting Multicast is also available and this has applications in larger networks where clocking is critical and in some vertical markets such as broadcasting.
Learn more about Transition Networks 4-Port E1/T1 over IP "Leased Lines"
A single PacketBand-TDM-8 chassis can support up to 8 E1/T1 circuits in G.704 or G.703 mode. These circuits can be connected to other chassis and/or to stand-alone smaller PacketBands such as the various single and 4 port units.
Learn more about Transition Networks 8 Port Resilient Chassis
A single PacketBand-TDM-16/32 chassis can support up to 32 E1/T1 circuits in G.704 or G.703 mode, up to 32 V.35/X.21 ports or 16 E1/T1 and 16 V.35/X.21. These circuits can be connected to other chassis and/or to stand-alone smaller.
Learn more about Transition Networks 16-32 Port Resilient Chassis
Liberator models support up to 4 PRI interfaces and 0, 4, 8, or 16 BRI 'S' interfaces. A standard Liberator 'S' can be user configured with all PRI interfaces the same.
Learn more about the Transition Networks Liberator S
Very "soft", network-wide management & visibility via Ethernet of serial port with diagnostics.
The DataBand interface converter provides transparent conversion from unstructured G.703 and optionally structured G.704 to either V.11/X.21 or V.35 interfaces. In G.704 mode the unit supports speeds from a single 64kbps timeslot through to a full 2.048Mbps in steps of 64kbps. DataBand also supports full/fractional T1 circuits.
Learn more about the Transition Networks DataBand EV
DataBand IMUX and CSI range connect high speed serial data devices together using multiple ISDN calls, in effect dialling a high-speed “leased line” between non-ISDN devices.
Available with 1 or 2 I-Mux serial ports. The ISDN can be partitioned between the 2 ports or access dynamically so 1 port can use all of the ISDN, for example. This gives a great deal of flexibility on potential speeds of different calls.
Learn more about Transition Networks DataBand IMUX
A range of remotely manageable E1 T1 V.35 and X.21 media converters which transport serial interfaces across dark fiber plus transport Ethernet traffic at the same time.
Used in pairs; one at each end of the fiber, MediaBands are both locally and remotely manageable with good diagnostics and test facilities - the MediaBand is a robust professional fiber converter.
MediaBand-1 transports a single E1/T1 G.703 circuit across a wide variety of fiber links. The same fiber can be used to simultaneously transport Ethernet services.
Learn more about the Transition Networks MediaBand-1
MediaBand-4 transports up to four E1/T1 circuits across a wide variety of fiber links. The same fiber can be used to simultaneously transport Ethernet services.
Learn more about the MediaBand-4
The MediaBand-8/16/32 interfaces to 8, 16 or 32 E1 or T1 circuits and delivers these clear trunks transparently across a fiber link. V.35 and X.21 interfaces are also available.
Learn more about MediaBand 8/16/32