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High-bandwidth industrial Ethernet solutions for quad-play networks

Industrial Ethernet solutions specialist Moxa Inc. announces the release of new high-bandwidth integrated solutions designed to ensure high network availability to provide bandwidth-hungry quad-play services over a single converged network.

Comprising of a complete edge-to-core product portfolio including GbE/10GbE switches, GbE security, PoE/PoE+ switches, 802.11n wireless solutions, and full HD/HD IP cameras, Moxa’s high-bandwidth solutions also help customers design better network infrastructure.

According to Gary Chang, product manager of Moxa Inc., building a single converged network in the past for industrial automation was simple since networks only transmitted small amounts of data and the throughput rates were relatively low. Modern industrial automation networks however, deploy several devices for multiple communication interfaces, drastically increasing the demand for converged quad-play services such as data, voice, video, and control data. Network transmission has also become more complex, requiring bigger bandwidth to transmit different types of data, especially video data.

Given this growing demand for bandwidth-hungry systems in industrial applications, operators must consider an integrated plan to ensure network availability. Bandwidth-hungry systems such as video surveillance have been widely adopted in various applications including railway, tunnel, and e-bus, which require comprehensive network design to provide seamless transmission.

Moxa offers specialist expertise in designing integrated edge-to-core networks for bandwidth-hungry applications to provide the user with accurate bandwidth calculation and insights into network infrastructure.

Moxa’s solutions range includes a full line of high-bandwidth wired (GbE/10 GbE switches) and wireless (802.11n wireless solutions) devices, as well as full HD and HD IP cameras for IP surveillance systems and Gigabit PoE+ switches to support the growing power consumption demands of outdoor IP cameras and wireless APs.

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