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Transition Networks Inc.
  • The World Leader in Conversion Technology and
    Specialty Networking Products

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Communications Systems, Inc.213 Main
StreetHector, Minnesota 55342 Phone
320.848.3030 www.commsystems.com
  • Communication Systems, Inc. provides a growing
    package of physical connectivity infrastructure
    and services required for the convergence of
    voice, data and video communications
  • CSI is the parent company for JDL, Image Systems,
    Transition Networks, MiLAN, Austin Taylor and
    Suttle. The companies provided connectivity
    products and services
  • CSI stocks trades on AMEX. Trading symbol JCS

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Transition Networks
  • Transition Engineering founded in 1987. Renamed
    Transition Networks in 1995
  • Subsidiary of CSI (Communications Systems Inc.)
  • Stock - Trades an AMEX JCS
  • 2005 Revenue of 109,709,000
  • 2005 Revenue for Transition Networks 47 Million
  • 2006 Revenue for Transition Networks 53 Million
  • Global Sales Team
  • ISO 9001 2004 standards and 14001 certified

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Company History
CSI Purchased LANart Merged with Transition
Transition Engineering Founded
Renamed to Transition Networks
1999
Transition Networks Purchased by CSI Inc.
Lifetime Warranty Introduced
1995
1987
1999
1998
June 2005
Transition Networks MILAN merge to form one
company with two industry leading brands.
1980s
1990
2002
MILAN Founded
MILAN Purchased by CSI Inc.
First media converter developed by founder of
MILAN
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MILAN Integration
  • MILAN manufacturing/planning/marketing in
    Minneapolis
  • Combined sales force with more to sell
  • Customer service and tech support in California
  • Focusing on switching and wireless access points
  • Cross-pollination of the channel Adding TN
    products into MILAN distributors and vice versa
  • New website with e-commerce capabilities for
    MILAN
  • New advertising campaign that leverages
    Transition brand strength
  • Efficiencies gained in HR, manufacturing, and
    product management
  • MILAN products will be added to our Focal Point
    management software

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Target Markets
  • Government
  • Retail
  • Security Surveillance
  • Enterprise
  • Industrial
  • Service Providers
  • Education

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Product Development History
Introduction of product for AS400
Midrange Environments
Industrys only Auto-Negotiating TX to FX Media
Converter
First OC-12 Converter
First Ethernet Media Converters
Conversion Center Ships
Lifetime Warranty
First Media Converter Developed
High Speed Token Ring Converter
First Ethernet Products
Dedication to Conversion Technology
Industrys First Gigabit Converter
First SX Converter
May 1999
Mid 1980s
1988
1990
1992
1997
March 1998
May 1998
June 1998
Sept 1998
Dec 1998
Feb 1999
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Product Development History
Extended Temp 10 100 Base
Fast Ethernet Converter up to 80km
Single Fiber For Fast Ethernet
T1/E1 Media Converters
1 in Media Conversion
DS3 Media Converters
Unveiled New 8-Slot Point System Chassis
10/100 SX Media Converter LANart Inside ASIC
10/100 Management Aggregation Converter
Introduced 13-Slot Point System Chassis
Introduced Point System
Gigabit TX to FX
2002
Nov 1999
1999
2000
2000
2000
2001
2001
2002
2002
2003
2003
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Product Development History
Additions to Just-Convert-It Line
Remote Mgmt Bandwidth Allocation
Redundant Bridging Option
POTS Converter
Power-Over- Ethernet
Analog Video Converters
EM 2/4-Wire Converter
Introduced Industrial Ethernet Line
10/100/ 1000ah Converter
Introduced 10/100/1000 Converter
Remotely Mgd RS232 Copper to Fiber
Enhanced Focal Point 2 Mgmt Software
125km Gigabit Converter
2004
2004
2005
2005
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
2004
2004
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Product Development History
Milan 8 port 10/100/1000 Extended Temp Switch
Milan 24 Port PoE Switch
Analog Video Converters
10/100 Mini Converter
Enhanced Gig E Converter
Transition Networks Joint MEF
10/100 PoE Converters
Analog Video Plus Data
Gig E Converter for Corning System
1613 Industrial Converters
RS232 to Ethernet Device Server
10/100 802.3AH OAM and IP Mgd Converters
SFP to SFP Converter
2006
2006
2007
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
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Customer List
  • Dell Computers
  • Disney
  • Dow Jones
  • DuPont
  • Exxon
  • Federal Express
  • Ford Motor Company
  • Honeywell
  • Hutchinson Global Crossing (Hong Kong)
  • IBM Corporation
  • John Deere
  • McDonnell Douglas
  • MCI Worldcom
  • MPC Computers
  • NASA
  • NBC
  • NCR
  • NEC
  • New York Telephone
  • Nynex
  • Purdue University Systems
  • Siemens
  • Singtel
  • Smith Barney
  • Target Corp.
  • Telecom New Zealand
  • Telmex
  • The Equitable
  • U.S. Air Force
  • U.S. Army
  • U.S. Navy
  • U.S. Postal Service
  • Unisys
  • Univ. of Minnesota
  • Univ. of Oklahoma
  • Univ. of Wisconsin
  • UpJohn
  • UPS
  • 3M
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • ADC Telecommunications
  • American Crystal Sugar Company
  • American Honda Motor Co.
  • American Power Conversion
  • Anheuser-Busch Companies
  • Arctic Cat
  • Avaya
  • Bailey Controls Company
  • Bay Networks
  • Bell Atlantic
  • Boeing
  • Boise Cascade
  • BP Amco
  • Charles Schwab
  • Chevron
  • China Telecom
  • Cisco Systems

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Worldwide Offices
Stockholm
Wiesbaden
Minneapolis
Boston
D.C.
Prague
Seattle
Tokyo
Sunnyvale
L.A.
Texas
Shanghai
Atlanta
Tampa
London
Brazil
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Manufacturing Locations
TN Headquarters Minneapolis
Shenzhen, China
San Jose, CA
Taiwan
Milwaukee, WI
Houston, TX
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Certifications
  • UL
  • NEBS
  • ISO 14001
  • ISO 9001
  • Metro Ethernet Forum

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Environmental Compliance
  • RoHS ComplianceTransition Networks is working
    with the component vendors and manufacturing
    services suppliers to modify our products and
    processes in order to be compliant with the EU
    Directive. Transition Networks will be phasing in
    RoHS compliant products under the current model
    numbers and identify an RoHS compliant product
    with a special label.   Please contact Transition
    Networks regarding your specific RoHS compliant
    product needs.
  • Waste Electronic Equipment (WEEE)Transition
    Networks is also working to implement the WEEE
    recycling program with its partners in the EU.
    The WEEE directive addresses the problem of
    product recycling products and requires product
    to be labeled to identify participation in the
    program. The EU approved double-crossed wheelie
    bin symbol will affixed to the product, and
    recycling instructions included in the users
    manual.

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New Location
  • China Office
  • Engineering
  • Sales
  • Logistics
  • Purchasing
  • Manufacturing Management

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Future Growth
85M
75M
65M
58M
53M
48M
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
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Take your network Farther with Transition Networks
Video Media Conversion
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Agenda
  • Video Technology Overview
  • Typical video network architecture
  • Limitations of copper-based cabling in video
    systems
  • Fiber Benefits
  • Media Conversion Products
  • Power over Ethernet (PoE) Technology
  • What about PoE with fiber?
  • Competition

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Video Technology Overview
  • Analog Video
  • Optical transmitters modify signal output based
    on video content
  • Modifications include amplitude (AM) or frequency
    (FM)
  • Most commonly used for security and surveillance
    applications
  • Tried and true technology and still the cheaper
    option today
  • 80 market share today for new installations
  • IP Video
  • Video camera automatically encodes the video
    output into IP packets
  • Video output can be transmitted directly over a
    traditional Ethernet LAN
  • Power over Ethernet technology benefits
  • Gaining popularity in security and surveillance
    applications
  • Estimated to gain 50 market share by 2010

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Video Technology Overview
  • Security video cameras offered in one of
  • two formats
  • Analog video
  • IP Video
  • Analog or IP video camera functionality falls
    into
  • two broad categories
  • Fixed
  • Typically for entry doors, hallways, gates, etc.
  • Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ)
  • Typically used in retail, casinos, etc. where the
    ability to change camera view is required and the
    cameras are actively monitored/controlled

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Typical Analog Video System (Copper-based)
228 meter (750ft) distance limitation on coaxial
cabling runs
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Typical IP Video System (Copper-based)
Network Switch
100 meter (328ft) distance limitation on all UTP
cabling runs
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Video Security and Surveillance Realities
  • Ever increasing reach of surveillance
  • Leading to quality, bandwidth and transmission
    distance issues
  • Beyond the reach of traditional copper cabling
  • New camera locations require new cabling
    regardless of type
  • Many IP camera installations co-exist with analog
    camera networks
  • Cabling mismatch if upgrading cameras
  • Extended reach of network beyond original design
    for new cameras

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Copper-based cabling limitations
  • Limited transmission distances
  • Coaxial cable lt 228 meters (750 ft.)
  • UTP cable lt 100 meters (328 ft)
  • Requires signal conditioning / amplification to
    increase distance
  • Susceptible to electrical interference
  • Noise, high voltages and ground faults
  • Quality and security risks
  • Quality effected by distance and interference
  • Copper-based cabling easy to tap into

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Fiber cabling benefits
  • Allows for extended transmission distances
  • Multimode cable lt 2km (1.24 miles)
  • Single mode cable gt 10km (6.2 miles)
  • Smaller size, less weight and better tensile
    strength
  • Easier installation when pulling through conduit
    or overhead cable trays
  • Usually existing as network backbone in vertical
    risers and between buildings
  • Reduce cost by utilizing existing fiber
    infrastructure
  • Improve quality, bandwidth and distance of video
    system

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Fiber cabling benefits
  • High degree of security difficult to tap into
    or interfere with
  • Immunity to electrical interference such as
  • Electromagnetic interference (EMI)
  • Radio frequency interference (RFI)
  • High voltage interference caused by
  • Fluorescent lights
  • Card access door strikes
  • Outdoor lighting systems
  • Induced voltages caused by ground potential
    differences between locations
  • Occurs in over 50 of all video security systems

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Video Cabling Forecast
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Using Media Conversion in Analog Video Networks
PTZ Cameras
Fixed Cameras
Coax Serial to Fiber Analog Video Data Media
Converters
Coax to Fiber Analog Video Media Converters
NoteAll media converters should accept the same
power input as the cameras themselves so that no
external power supply is required
Multiplexer
VCR or DVR
Monitor
Controller
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Fixed Analog Video Media Converters
  • AM Modulation
  • NTSC, PAL and SECAM compatibility
  • Compatible with all CCTV equipment
  • Real Time Full Color Video
  • Features
  • Link Pass Through
  • Automatic Gain Control
  • Transmitter Receiver
  • Wide input power supply
  • Transmitter 9 24 VAC 9 40 VDC
  • Receiver 9 16 VAC/DC

J/VD-TX-01
J/VD-MRX-01
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Fixed Analog Video Media Converters
  • One transmitter option/size
  • Miniature SA for space savings
  • Direct camera mount
  • Four receiver options/sizes
  • Miniature SA for space savings
  • Standard size stand alone
  • 12 Slot Converter Rack mounting
  • Chassis Card
  • Single Receiver card
  • Dual Receiver card

J/VD-TX-01
J/VD-MRX-01
J/VD-RX-01
CVIDF2011-155
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Analog Video Data (Preliminary)
D
  • Conversion of analog unidirectional video to
    fiberwith unidirectional data over fiber
  • AM Modulation
  • NTSC, PAL and SECAM compatibility
  • Interfaces
  • BNC (RG59/RG6)
  • Fiber (MM or SM)
  • Data (Terminal block RS232/422/485)
  • Features
  • Link Pass Through
  • Automatic Gain Control
  • Transmitter Receiver
  • Wide input power supply
  • Transmitter 9 24 VAC 9 40 VDC
  • Receiver 9 16 VAC/DC

CVIDF2011-110
SVIDF2011-110
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Analog Video Data (Preliminary)
D
  • One transmitter option/size
  • Miniature SA for space savings
  • Direct camera mount
  • Two receiver options/sizes
  • Standard size stand alone
  • 12 Slot Converter Rack mounting
  • Chassis Card
  • Single Receiver card

SVIDF2011-100
CVIDF2011-110
SVIDF2011-110
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Power over Ethernet Technology
  • IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet (POE)
    specification
  • The ability of a device to transmit power as well
    as data on the UTP cabling link to an end device
  • Typical end devices are IP cameras, wireless
    access points and IP phones
  • POE greatly simplifies camera installation and is
    a huge benefit of IP network camera installations
    vs. analog equivalent
  • No need for an electrician to install power
    receptacle in a difficult location
  • Saves time and
  • Most IP cameras can be powered devices (PD) using
    POE technology

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Typical IP Video System with POE switch
(Copper-based)
POE Network Switch
  • Switch with port-selectable Power over Ethernet
    capability

100 meter (328ft) distance limitation on all UTP
cabling runs
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Typical IP Video System with POE injectors
(Copper-based)
  • POE Injectors

100 meter (328ft) distance limitation on all UTP
cabling runs still applies
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Fiber Cabling Issues in IP Installations
  • How to take advantage of POE when utilizing fiber
    optics?
  • POE Media conversion can provide the data link as
    well as inject the power onto the UTP interface
    with the camera while providing the fiber link
    back to the central location

100-240 VAC power Input
LAN Data
Interface
-48VDC power Out
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Using Media Conversion in IP Video Networks
Ethernet Media Converters
Fiber Optic Cabling
PC Location 1
Fixed Cameras
PC Location 1
POE Media Converters
Managed Media Converter Chassis
Network Switch
Video Server
DVR
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Hybrid Video over Fiber Network
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Review
  • Utilizing fiber in FIXED analog video networks
  • J/VD-TX-01 (min. size TX for camera mount or
    wall mount)
  • J/VD-RX-01 (std. size for use in E-MCR-04)
  • J/VD-MRX-01 (min. size for wall mounting, placing
    in conduit, enclosure, etc.)
  • CVIDF20xx-150 (Point System RX card for use in
    CPSMC chassis)
  • CVIDF20xx-155 (DUAL Point System RX card for use
    in CPSMC chassis)
  • Utilizing fiber in PTZ analog video networks
  • SVIDF20xx-100 (min. size TX for camera mount or
    wall mount)
  • SVIDF20xx-110 (std. size RX for use in E-MCR-04)
  • CVIDF20xx-110 (Point System RX card for use in
    CPSMC chassis)

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Review
  • Utilizing POE in fiber-based IP video networks
  • External power supply
  • J/POE-CF-01 (10/100Base-TX to 100Base-FX POE
    media converter)
  • SPOEB10xx-100 (full-featured version
    10/100Base-TX to 100Base-FX)
  • Internal power supply
  • SEPOE10xx-150 (10Base-T to 10Base-FL POE media
    converter)
  • SFEPE10xx-100 (100Base-TX to 100Base-FX POE Media
    Converter)

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Competition
  • Analog Video Media Converters
  • GE Security
  • IFS
  • American Fibertek
  • Bosch (private labels IFS)
  • Pelco
  • POE Media Converters
  • IMC
  • Signamax
  • Ruby Tech

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