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Pakedge Device & Software, Inc. C36 Wireless Controller

The C36 WAP Controller provides installers with faster setups, easy troubleshooting, and better network performance by serving as the command, coordination, and control center of a wireless network containing multiple access points. The C36 turns these access points into a transparent, seamless experience for the user.




Black Box ClimateCab Cabinets

ClimateCab™ Cabinets: Save by cooling only the cabinet, not the entire room.
Cool and protect IT equipment in remote locations, wiring closets, and industrial environments with these NEMA 12 cabinets. They include air-conditioners and are sealed against dust and debris to create a self-contained mini data center.




Gefen DVI KVM over IP

This system allows the remote control of computers from any workstation using a Gigabit Ethernet switch. One local DVI output on the sender unit is provided for video monitoring. This product uses a method of visually loss less compression, and boasts latency of less than two frames.




ihiji ihiji invision 2014

ihiji invision is the only zero maintenance cloud-based remote network management solution for commercial integrators. It’s easily set up, uses only small, low-cost onsite appliances, and features a centralized web-based dashboard with visibility into multiple client networks. Users become more efficient, eliminating nearly 90% of…




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QuietCab™ and Elite™ QuietCab Acoustic IT Enclosures Reduce computer noise and increase workplace productivity.
QuietCab enclosures are an economical solution for environments where you need to locate network equipment near workers, such as open offices, schools, medical practices, etc. QuietCab cabinets reduce equipment noise…




Linked2 Software Support Dashboard & Monitor

The Support Team Dashboard is the premier solution for Monitoring, Controlling and Diagnosing critical customer equipment behind a Firewall without a VPN.




ATX Networks UCrypt

ATX’s UCrypt IP & RF digital gateways transition content into RF or IP-based networks. The devices decrypt select programs from the digital tier, re-encrypt them with Pro:Idiom® or leave them in-the-clear and retransmit them via QAM 64 or 256, or over GigE-based IP protocol.




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