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Transition Networks

Founded in 1987 as Transition Engineering, the company's first products adapted coaxial cable to twisted-pair cables; connecting terminals to mainframe computers. The company was renamed Transition Networks, Inc. in 1995 and experienced continued rapid growth as its products evolved from general Ethernet networking equipment to a complete line of conversion technology solutions. In 1998, Transition Networks was purchased by Communication Systems, Inc.


For more than 140 years, Greenlee has been a provider of quality tools to the woodworking industry and, for over 70 years, to the electrical industry as well. 

October of 1999, Greenlee acquired Progressive Electronics, a manufacturer of tone generators and probes used by telephone technicians. 

March of 2000, Greenlee announced the acquisition of Chesilvale Electronics, a UK manufacturer of butt-sets, tone generators and probes. Tempo is aggressively marketing new butt-sets coming from Chesilvale and is using the UK location as a marketing center for European expansion. 

January of 2001, Greenlee acquired Tempo Research, a Vista, CA manufacturer of telecommunications testing equipment. Tempo products, namely the Sidekick family of products, are well known among telecommunications technicians as the preferred tool for troubleshooting telephone lines.


Peplink is the leader in Internet load balancing and VPN bonding solutions. Peplink Balance Multi-WAN Routers have been deployed around the world, helping thousands of customers from varied industries to increase bandwidth, enhance Internet reliability, and reduce costs. Our complete product line includes models for business of all sizes, and provides an award winning Internet experience for customers.

Peplink believes that quality, innovative products, and passionate customer service can help everyone experience a better Internet. That’s why customers around the world depend on Peplink.

Peplink operates globally with offices in North America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. Our solutions are sold and supported by distributors, system integrators, and strategic partners worldwide.


When MOBOTIX developed the first weatherproof web cam with digital image sensors and an integrated PC back in 1999, no one could ever have imagined the impact this would have on the future of video surveillance. The transmission of video streams over computer networks finally enabled video technology to depart from the restrictions of a TV standard which had applied for 60 years, bringing it in line with the megapixel image quality of modern-day digital cameras. The primary benefit of using high-resolution cameras is that the stored images are more revealing and provide stronger evidence than other formats. MOBOTIX cameras record approximately 12 times more detail than 95% of all existing video systems worldwide.

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