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media conversion

[′mē·dē·ə kən‚vər·zhən]
(computer science)
The transfer of data from one storage type (such as punched cards) to another storage type (such as magnetic tape).
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The blade is a critical hardware component that expands the scope of media conversion in the physical layer matrix switch industry.
CSI serves the broadband network market as the world's leading supplier of media conversion technology, which permits networks to deploy fiber optic technology, while retaining the copper-based infrastructure already embedded in the network.
The OptEnet(TM) Media Conversion Platform consists of a modular chassis, power supply modules, communications modules (for remote monitoring), and a full line of media conversion line cards.
The Raven Series, MIL-RC3000 and MIL-RC6000 Series of Advanced Media and Rate Converters offers numerous media conversion solutions for a broad range of network environments.
No copper ports are affected by this redundancy option and provide continuous media conversion services.
5 million increase in sales of media conversion products, which included a contribution of $3.
The iConverter 1-Module Redundant-Power Chassis is an ideal solution for mission-critical Enterprise and Metro Ethernet fiber deployments requiring managed media conversion in locations lacking ready access to power sources.
ADC provides fiber to copper media conversion at wall outlets with solutions having two simple components.
iConverter is the company's flagship modular Ethernet access device platform, featuring managed end-to-end media conversion and modular optical Ethernet demarcation.
Transition Networks is recognized as the industry's leading supplier of media conversion equipment for LAN and private data networks.
IMC Networks has been a leader in fiber media conversion for many years, and selecting the MiniMc for the fiber-to-copper conversion allowed us to deliver the MantaCam at a very reasonable pricepoint, and with the reliability required by 24x7 operations.
MINNEAPOLIS, May 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Digi International (Nasdaq: DGII) today announced the addition of three new converter and transceiver modules to its 9100X Media Conversion System, enabling customers to use newer fiber-based ATM and Gigabit Ethernet technologies over older media.

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