Laser 2000 offers a wide range of transmission technology products. Our transmission technology range extends from transceivers, which are also compatible with most system manufacturers, to media converters, CPEs, optical switches, and matrix switches, to complete system solutions via radio, through to free-space laser transmission and complete xWDM network solutions.
The PL-X000 platform is a unique, pay-as-you-grow, all-in-one optical WDM solution that supports 8/16/32G FC, sub-10G to 100G services. The PacketLight solution has an unprecedented rich feature set that is cost-effectively packaged in a compact 1U chassis with ultra-low power consumption.
The Whitebox optical platform, consisting of ROADM, Mux / DeMux and Amplifiers, is designed for simplicity and scalability with open, vendor-neutral interfaces (SDN) and consists of configurable building blocks (Netconf / YANG) that support networking in a variety of applications.
x-light ensures a safe communication even in case of device failure by optically bypassing the defective node so that a permanent data transmission is guaranteed.
The e-light media converters and switches are especially designed for industrial applications. They have got a robust housing, compact design, a wide temperature range and an extended input voltage range.
The e-light ethernet switches are especially designed for industrial applications. They have got a robust housing, compact design, a wide temperature range and an extended input voltage range.
Transition Networks’ multi-port managed and unmanaged switches are designed to withstand enterprise or hardened applications. Our full line of network switches support multiple applications including a complete offering of Power-over-Ethernet (PoE/PoE+) options with flexible port counts: 2, 4, 8, 16, and 24 ports.
The pe-light distribution solution is a compact and pre-configured mounting box for outdoor use and special designed for installation into light masts. It allows connecting of IP cameras, traffic control systems or weather monitoring stations via Ethernet to a central office.