Transition Launches 10Gbit/s Converter

Transition Networks to launch 10Gbit/s media conversion at CommunicAsia2011

June 21, 2011

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SINGAPORE -- Transition Networks Inc., the media conversion and Carrier Ethernet technology expert - supplier to a major service provider in Singapore - and a wholly owned subsidiary of Communications Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ-GM: JCS), today announced the Asian launch of its new 10 Gigabit Ethernet fiber-to-fiber media converter.

The converter, which is already being trialed by a number of service providers and is field-proven to work with the Cisco 7600 model, is designed to meet the steady increase in network traffic that is driving service providers and enterprise network managers to explore newer 10 Gigabit technologies. Transition’s new 10 Gigabit converters provide a solution to these broadband constraints by developing a cost-effective method for fiber extension and fiber mode conversion. This new line of 10 Gigabit media converters help enterprises and service providers extend the distances required for specific applications, while also supporting bandwidth-intensive applications such as video.

The trials of the new converter come as Transition Networks is expanding its activities across Asia, while also looking to increase its resources this year in Japan, Australia and New Zealand.

Sev Sadura, General Manager of Transition Networks, said: “This is a tremendously exciting time for Transition in Asia. We have a new product line built specifically to more than meet the increasing demands of constrained LAN & WAN networks, while also expanding our local presence at the same time.”

Transition Networks Inc.

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