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Paper: The Future of Legacy in Industrial Networks
March 3: Setting up iPBX solutions with SmartNode
• Transition RS-232 Device Networks to Ethernet/IP
• Broadband Ethernet
Reaches Beyond Technical Limits
• SIP Trunking Promises Lower-cost Enterprise Telephony
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Dear Patton eNews
March 2010 edition of Patton CONNECT
with news u can
use for the telecom and networking technology
markets. In this issue... sign up for our
technical webinar about iPBX setup with SmartNode gateways,
learn about the
future of legacy technologies in next-generation industrial netwoks,
boundary-breaking Ethernet extension technology—plus Patton's
new Session Border Controller for secure, cost-saving enterprise VoIP. So by
all means please read on. . .
Tech Webinar - Configuring SmartNode with 3CX and Tribox iPBXs
Join us Wed
3 Mar 2010 at 2:00 PM EST for a technical training Webinar.
Patton and VoipStore will present an in-depth look at SmartNode™ analog and digital VoIP gateways.
Sign up! Learn how to configure Patton's analog and digital gateways with such popular iPBX platforms as 3CX and Tribox.
info... The webinar will also take you through common troubleshooting tasks.
White Paper: The Future of Legacy in Next-Generation Industrial
|As industrial networks transition to converged-IP communications, there is much residual value in
What does the convergence of voice and data communications mean for the future of industrial
automation networks? Will IP technology
render legacy technologies useless? What is the cost—in terms of new hardware, disrupted operations, and downtime—of IP-enabled alternatives to async devices?
Get this whitepaper to learn...
• What (if any) legacy infrastructures can/should be
preserved in NGNs?
are the shortcomings of Ethernet in industrial networking?
can asynchronous devices be enabled for Ethernet/IP?
Reaches Beyond Technical Limits
Now anyone with access to copper
deliver broadband Ethernet that defies traditional distance
CopperLink™ 2160 takes Ethernet farther and faster—with greater reliability—than previously considered
achievable. The new CopperLink extends Ethernet up to 5.2 miles (8.3 kilometers) and
achieves rates up to 45 Mbps. >>Learn
Tomorrow's IP-Centric Device Networks Today!
Ready? Set. CONVERGE! Transparently multiplex up to
8 asynchronous device outputs over a sync-serial or Ethernet/IP composite
link. For RS-232/V.24 device networks,
Model 3038 offers a
smooth transition to all-IP networking.
Manufactured at Patton’s USA headquarters and priced at half the cost of traditional
multiplexers, the IpStatMux enables immediate or future migration
to next-generation device networking. >>more
Telephony Costs with Secure, Fully-Interoperable SIP trunking
SIP-based IP-PBX phone system can connect to any ITSP—without interoperability issues and without compromising security.
The SmartNode™ 5200
Enterprise Session Border Router (ESBR) lowers SIP-trunking equipment costs by including an advanced IP router, QoS, VoIP-VPN security, least-cost call routing and IP-link
redundancy in a single device—with no added licensing or support fees. Manufactured in the USA.