Asynchronous Serial Connections

By: The Software Group  09-12-2011
Keywords: Synchronous Serial Communications

The Software Group Limited has been providing synchronous serial communications solutions since 1985, when it release Netcom I, an X.25 implementation for the IBM PC. Over the years, we have developed and built on our synchronous knowledge base so as to be able to provide solutions for everything from unstructured synchronous bit streams to a full IBM SNA APPC network node. These serial subsystems are based on the SGP synchronous adapter product line, a multiport high-speed bus mastering device for the variants of the PCI bus.

As TCP/IP has emerged as the networking technology of choice for both local area and wide area network applications, connections. To server our customers better, we developed a line of IP/synchronous devices, and the software to make them useful. The SyncSwitch and SyncServer product lines reduce network operations cost by using TCP/IP infrastructure to carry synchronous protocol information. These synchronous to IP conversion devices are available as diskless, fanless single port units, and as multiport units with a conventional (disk and fan) computer configuration.

Keywords: Synchronous Serial Communications

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Specializing in Wide Area Network using X.25 , Frame Relay etc

We combine specialized hardware with appropriate operating system modules and application programmer interfaces to connect computers using a wide range of synchronous communications protocols - HDLC, LAPB, X.25, Frame Relay, OSI TP4, FTAM and SNA among them. We apply these components in a structured manner, defining milestones and demonstrations along the way so that progress is both measurable and demonstrable.