Aside from making its mark on the Ethernet and broadband industry by addressing the latest demands in the market, part of the success path Actelis (News - Alert) Networks has paved with its portfolio of comprehensive broadband solutions can be accredited to the level of education and networking the company does throughout the country.
This week, Actelis, The Broadband Acceleration Company, will be present at the ITE 2012 Annual Meeting and Exhibit in Atlanta, GA featuring its portfolio of Ethernet access devices and aggregation switches. These offerings can be deployed for next-generation ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems) networks that support IP-based Ethernet communications.
Furthermore, at the event, Actelis will be demonstrating how municipalities can easily and cost effectively upgrade their existing networks to IP-based next-gen ITS networks.
ITS networking solutions offered by Actelis can include applications for managing traffic controllers, cameras that monitor intersections, video surveillance, speed sensors, emergency response systems and parking guidance systems. These types of applications are usually operated by municipalities, which typically own or have inexpensive access to existing copper plant. This makes Actelis Networks’ Ethernet solutions an ideal choice for ITS networking.
According to the company, most existing ITS networks today do not support Ethernet communications; however, by utilizing Actelis’ broadband solutions, cities can quickly and cost-effectively leverage the existing copper infrastructure to support real-time, multipoint communications, including remote management of IP-based traffic controllers and cameras that monitor intersections, speed sensors, dynamic message signs, emergency response systems, and parking guidance systems.
At the company’s booth, Actelis will also be highlighting how it built the City of San Jose’s new IP-based ITS network as well as Montgomery County Department of Transportation's (MCDOT) revitalized ITS network. With the help of Actelis, both the City of San Jose and Montgomery County have become nationwide models for implementing new IP-based, next-generation ITS networks, according to a recent statement.
If you are participating at the ITE 2012 Annual Meeting and Exhibit this week at America’s Mart in Atlanta, GA, visit Actelis Networks at Booth 524 for a better understanding of how the company’s broadband solutions can make ITS networks and IP-based Ethernet communications a reality.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman