BlackVault Certificate Authority Adds REST API for EST Flexibility



BlackVault HSM Achieves Interoperability with Cryptsoft KMIP Platform


 



Metropolitan Transit Authority Upgrades Communications Easily and Affordably with Engage IP Tube

Metropolitan Transit Authority Upgrades Communications Easily and Affordably with Engage IP Tube

EngageTrainFor metropolitan transit authorities with aging communication networks, the choice to upgrade their entire network infrastructure can be costly and sometime prohibitive. Yet for some transit authorities, it can be more cost effective to use circuit to packet converters to upgrade their communication system.

For one Transit Authority located in the Western U.S., this was the best solution possible. After first deciding to upgrade its aging SONET network that connected more than 50 stations, to run on a 10 Gigabit Ethernet communication network, the transit authority found it to be much more expensive and time consuming that originally anticipated.



A Successful UTC 2016 for Engage

A Successful UTC 2016 for Engage

Engage was thrilled to meet with Utility representatives at the UTC 2016 show.
Engage UTC Booth

Numerous people stopped by our Engage “Bunker” booth to learn more about the impending end of Telco’s leased lines and how Utilities can transition.

We brought an awareness of what the future of TDM communication will soon be and how it will drastically change due to the upcoming IP migration. We found that many of the people from large utility companies and cooperatives are facing the same common dilemma. We then presented them a cost effective way to painlessly transition to Ethernet-based communications.



Are Utilities Prepared for the IP Transition?

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Are Utilities Prepared for the IP Transition?

With the impending end of traditional landline communications that Utilities have relied on for years to control substation assets, utilizes need to find a solution to migrate to packet-based wireless and IP/Ethernet-based network services.



Utilities Face the End of Analog

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Utilities Face the End of Analog

The FCC is currently embarking on the biggest communication transformation in more than a century. Dubbed the IP transition, it involves getting rid of the old analog telephone network we’ve used for decades and transitioning to IP-based communication services.

The transition is due to lobbying by major telecommunications companies including AT&T, who see the old analog systems as costly and inefficient compared to Internet-based communications.



Engage Set to Attend UTC Telecom and Technology Conference

UTCEngage Set to Attend UTC Telecom and Technology Conference

Engage is excited to attend the upcoming national UTC Telecom and Technology Conference on May 4 and 5, in Denver, Colorado.

Engage has been an active participant in both the regional and national Utilities Telecom Council (UTC) shows for more than 10 years, since our products and solutions provide utilities a easy and cost-effective way to transition from legacy leased line circuits.



BlackVault HSM Safeguards Consumer Appliance and IoT Device Identities



BlackVault Certificate Authority Adds Support for New Standard



BlackVault CYNR Revolutionizes Secure Code and App Signing



Engage Successfully Communicates with Public Safety Officials at APCO 2015

Engage First ResponderEngage Communicates with Public Safety Officials at APCO 2015

Engage was pleased to attend the APCO 2015 conference, the premier event for public safety communications officials.

Engage displayed the Engage IP•Tube VF, a Voice Frequency full duplex 4 Wire Analog Circuit to Packet Converter. It is used by State and Local Public Safety organizations to preserve their investment in analog Land Mobile Radio (LMR) infrastructure and field radios, as well as eliminate expensive leased analog backhaul circuits.



Engage forms Security Business Unit



Engage Communication Voice Band Press Release



Engage Communication Celebrates 25 Years of Delivering Innovative Networking and Security Solutions



AES Encryption integrated into market leading IP-Tube Circuit to Packet converters



Engage Helps Light Rail Network Migrate



Engage Selected for Advanced Portable Communication System



Engage Provides Solution to Copper's End of Life



Hurricane Sandy Communication Restoral



Engage Simplifies and Lowers the Cost of Redundant and Diversely Routed Control Centers; Helping Utilities Meet NERC Standards



Engage Feasts on ATM’s End of Life



Engage Communication Automatically Protects Circuits over Packet Networks



Engage Communication doubles Echo Cancellation capacity of Voice Circuit Emulation solution



Engage Communication helps SOWs clean up Louisiana from BP Gulf Oil Spill



Engage Communication’s New RS530/RS232/V.35 Serial Over Packet solutions that supports from 1 to 60 connections



Engage Communication Announces Abis Optimization Solution to Improve Cellular Backhaul Efficiency



Engage Celebrates 20th Anniversary



Engage Ships Gigabit Speed Network Encryption Appliance



Engage Announces PrimaStratum, a T1/E1 GPSDO for Remote Stratum 1 Timing from GPS Satellite



Engage Delivers Hybrid Circuit Emulation



Nationwide Mobile Service Provider achieves maintainable Fault Tolerance while reducing OPEX



Engage Delivers SuperTube T1/E1 Circuit to IP Packet Converter with VLAN/QOS Ethernet Switch



Engage Introduces Reduced Cost, Small Footprint TDM to IP Converter with Built-In Ethernet Switch



Engage Introduces Bundled T1/E1 To IP Solution for Cell Backhaul



Engage IPTube Backhauls Baja California Cellular Base Station with Parallel Multi-hop WiFi



Engage Secures Management of IP•Tube Product Line



Engage Celebrates 18th Anniverary



Engage Hurricane Proofs Louisiana



Engage Gets Chubby on Cellular Back Haul



Engage Delivers SS7 to SIGTRAN Protocol Converter to VOIP Service Provider



Redundant Circuit Extension Over IP with Satellite Delay Synchronization



Ethernet Encryptor Paints Red Doors Black



Engage Announces Circuit Protector with a Mind of its Own



Engage Encryption Appliance Secures Telco Links with Easy Installation



Engage’s Assured Delivery Protocol Internet Connects Cellular Base Station to Base Station Controller on the other side of Planet Earth



Engage Communication enables Circuit Based COMSEC Type 1 Serial Link Encryptors to operate over Packet Networks at up to 16 Megabits



Engage Communication Launches Voice Gateway Appliance with Echo Cancellation Option



Engage Communication Celebrates Its 15th Anniversary



Engage Communication adds Load Balancing Option to it Evolutionary Voice Over IP Products



Engage Communication's IPTube-E2 selected by the Department of Defense



Engage Communication's LAN Governor deployed by the State of Maryland



Engage Communication's IPExpressQT1 enables Broadcasters to transport MPEG video from Studio to Teleport for Nationwide Satellite TV program delivery



Engage Communication's Central Office T1 Over IP Solution Deployed by Cellular Service Providers and Nationwide MSO


Engage Communication Announces support for SS7 Over IP



Engage Communication Announces Solutions for Centralized SS7 Protocol Analysis



Engage Communication Announces support for HDLC Over IP



Engage Communication incorporates MPEG IP video stream redundancy switching into its IPExpress T1/E1 IP WAN Router product lines



Engage Communication Announces the IPTube-RS530 - a Data Circuit to IP Packet Converter with Bit Rate Control



Engage Delivers the IPExpressMLT-DI-H a combination T1 IP WAN Router and T1 Drop and Insert Multiplexor with an integrated Ethernet Hub



Engage Delivers the IPExpressMLE-DI-H a combination E1 IP WAN Router and E1 Drop and Insert Multiplexor with an integrated Ethernet Hub



Engage Delivers T1 Over IP Solution for Data and Voice Over IP Networking of Telecom Switches, PBXs, and T1 Circuits



Engage Ships Inverse Packet Multiplexer and Router Combination



Engage Adds NAT/PAT to XL line of WAN Routers



Engage Announces IP•Express XL line of IP WAN Routers



Engage Ships Internet Access Router with integrated 56/64K CSU/DSU



Engage Ships Internet Access Router that combines a 56K DSU/CSU and a T1/FT1 DSU/CSU in one package



Engage Communication announces the IP•Express family--A one-box, high-performance Internet access router for TCP/IP LAN-to-WAN networks starting at $995



Engage ships the ExpressRouter-T1 --A one-box branch office/internet access router with integrated T1/fracT1 DSU/CSU.



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