Solutions
Power Utilities
Global energy demand is growing, society's conscioussness of greenhouse emissions is high, and climate changes can strain energy networks especially in hot summer months.The power industry has responded to these challenges with the development of a smart grid, a telecommunications infrastructure parallel to the power infrastructure.Loop Telecom devices help power companies build this communication network, allowing more information to spread faster and achieving energy and financial efficiency. Furthermore, Loop devices help power utilities communicate inside power plants as dams and nuclear power plants grow bigger and more computerized.
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Oil, Gas, & Petroleum
As large companies grow, they increasingly need more dedicated internal infrastructure to communicate with their machines across large factories and between remote sites. Loop Telecom products such as the IP6820 are suited for these difficult environments -- Several GbE ports for high speed data transfer between data-hungry devices and industial casing to survive harsh temperatures. Our devices allow you to connect all of your SCADA devices together and monitor from a central office.
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Enterprises & Offices
While not as physically demanding as large factories, offices require strong communication networks as well. Many companies seek better ways to organize their traffic and this is where the IP6510-LN and the IP6610 can help. Our devices can add VLAN tags to direct traffic. They can also aggregate company leased lines for more efficient use. Video surveillance and alarm monitoring, applicable both to white and blue collar workplaces, requires a communication network as well. With devices from Loop Telecom, alarms can be monitored from long distances.
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Public Transportation
In many ways, a telecommunications network often mirrors a physical transportation network -- thus the old phrase "information superhighway" used to refer to the internet. However, physical transportation networks such as roadways and railways often require their own separate communication network to relay alarm and status information to human operators. LoopTelecom provides the total solution for transmission equipment so that government agencies can build such a support network to keep their roads and railways safe and efficient. As well,iNMS management and provisioning lightens the load of maintenance.
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Carrier Backhaul
As the number of internet access devices such as smart phones and laptops grows and grows, their desire for more and more data at higher speeds strains current telecommunications networks. Loop Telecom devices help carriers across the world as they expand and upgrade their network. This includes our SDH/SONETfamily of devices such as the O9400Rand O9100for transport over fiber optical lines. TheV4150 providesscalable DS0 grooming solution. Loop devices also provide last mile infrastructure and legacy access, such as our AM3440in the Multi-Services Cross Connect category, filling in niche markets not served by big companies.
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Management
Every network needs to be managed. All Loop devices support SNMP and SSH into a remote terminal. Loop-iNETand LoopViewallow you to change settings through a GUI format, and also switch easily between multiple devices. For complex network features such as circuit provisioning, Loop-iNMSfulfills customer needs. Loop products support both inband and outband management, depending on the customer's needs. This section shows some examples of how key features such as Disaster Recovery have helped our customers manage their communication networks.
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Wireless
Products in Loop's Wireless category such as our W8140 and W8210are flexible and can work as both an access point and a high speed backhaul. This allows you to build up a local wireless network or easily append it on to an existing installation. Furthermore, all of our devices confirm to international standards such as IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n.
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TDM over Ethernet
The move from a TDM (time division multiplexing) based network to an Ethernet or IP-based packet switched network is one that is both gradual and necessary in order to improve performance and keep costs down. However, this switch is being approached different ways depending on if the customer is a telecom carrier, utility, financial institution, or other industry. In all cases, legacy devices still need to be supported. Loop's line of TDMoE devices such as the IP6700 and the IP6763 mitigates the risk of the transition by letting older TDM devices connect to the new IP-based network. These stories show how.
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White Papers
With a history spanning over twenty years, Loop Telecom is an established company with a history in the telecom industry. Our consultants and senior management have come from other great companies such as Bell Labs. As such, we have a large body of technical expertise that, over the years we have distributed through the form of white papers. These papers are a useful tool to help you better understand telecommunications and Loop Telecom products.Summaries of these documents are available here in this section along with links for you to download.For application notes detailing step-by-step instructions for specific products/applications, please contact Loop Sales.
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