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JBM Electronics - Sixnet  Profile

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JBM Electronics - Sixnet  Company Overview

BM Electronics began operations in 1975 as a custom engineering and manufacturing company. Our initial products covered a wide range of applications from industrial controllers through data communications. JBM Electronics now fills a unique niche in the migration of legacy protocol applications to both current and future network topologies. JBM Electronics was acquired by Sixnet in September, 2009.

JBM Electronics - Sixnet  Products

The types of products manufactured by JBM Electronics - Sixnet include Broadband Routers, Cellular Routers, Data Center Converters, Security Routers, Multiport Legacy Converters, and Frame Relay Converters.

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