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Solutions for Critical Infrastructure

Local and national-scale public infrastructures include urban flood control structures, wastewater treatment, power supplies & distribution, and government communications systems. On the private side, Ethernet networks for factory and building automation, smart agriculture, and vertical farms all comprise a set of crucial networks that are becoming increasingly integrated as the Internet of Things (IoT) becomes mainstream. EtherWAN equipment satisfies the security and performance needs of the various applications and devices that comprise the crucial modern infrastructure networks that are depended on by millions of people around the world.

Common obstacles to the successful implementation or expansion of IP networks include the sometimes prohibitive cost of wide-area cabling, power supply instability, and extreme temperatures & humidity. With redundant power solutions, hardened specifications, and specialized technology that can utilize existing wiring schemes for data transfer, EtherWAN offers a unique combination of economy and reliability to suit a wide array of data transfer needs.

  • Remote locations and arctic environments.
  • Weather observation systems.
  • Water treatment facilities.
  • Intelligent transportation systems.
  • Factory and building automation.
  • Power & utility infrastructures.
  • Oil & gas fields.
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Case Studies

Case Studies

When building a modern surveillance system, the selection and setup of cameras, network video recorders (NVR), switches and routers play an important role in building a reliable system that performs as intended. Nowadays, IP (Internet Protocol) networks are increasingly being used and deployed to connect the elements of security and surveillance and access control systems.

EtherWAN Helps Keep Factory Automation Systems Connected

An Automobile manufacturing plant is one of the largest industrial facilities in the world, there are thousands of automobiles being produced...

Enhanced Monitoring for Critical Fiber Connections

Ethernet networks are the transport mechanism for Internet Protocol (IP) communications. Although Ethernet has been around since 1973 when the...

Water Treatment Plants Depend on EtherWAN to Stay Running Year-round

With urban development and the continuous improvement of people's living standards, urban sewage emissions are increasing year by year. As a result...

Continuous Data Collection and Transfer in High Altitude Weather Station

Rising to an altitude of 3,776 meters, Mt. Fuji is Japan’s highest mountain. For many years, the Mt. Fuji Weather Station located at its summit has...
Why EtherWAN

Why EtherWAN

To say that EtherWAN places a high priority on product stability and reliability would be an understatement. When it comes to critical networks, we know that data must flow uninterrupted. Our rigorous conformance to industry standards, combined with comprehensive in-house quality assurance systems, ensures maximum performance and lifespan of every product.

 

Extended Ethernet Distance

Long distance Ethernet over copper pair or coaxial up to 2.6km using existing wiring infrastructure.

Technology to Industry

EtherWAN is committed to provide industry-certified product development such as IEC61850/IEEE1613 for power grid and substations, EN50155/EN50121-4 for rolling-stock and railway.

Hardened Design Know-how

Designed to survive in extended temperature range; Protection against shock and vibration, power surge and high ESD, etc.

Efficient Bandwidth Control

Port-based VLAN, IEEE802.3Q VLAN Tagging and GVRP, IEEE802.1p QoS with priority queues, MAC-based trunking support.

Redundancy Management

Unique α-Ring topology guarantees recovery time < 15ms, multiple power inputs design, relay contact design for alarm connections.

Wise Mounting Design

Rack mount, Din Rail mount, Wall mount, Panel mount and Desktop.

Access Control

MAC address filter, IEEE802.1x PNAC, VLAN, Port mirror.

Network Management

Fully managed, console, web, SNMP, Telnet.