FREMONT, Calif., Feb 16th, 2017 – Actelis Networks, leading provider of high performance broadband solutions over hybrid fiber-copper networks, has been selected by Frontier Communication Corporation (NYSE: FTR) to further extend 10 Mbps – 20 Mbps and CAF-II service delivery, using Actelis’ new ADSL Broadband Amplifier, the ABA 3.0. Actelis ABA 3.0 is the second generation of Actelis’ Broadband Amplifiers (BBA), optimized to cost effectively boost service coverage as well as to offer significantly higher bandwidth at over 20,000 ft.

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FREMONT, Calif. – Actelis Networks, the leading provider of high performance Ethernet broadband solutions over hybrid fiber-copper networks, has been selected by Czech leading carrier as its supplier of high-speed Ethernet Over Copper to backhaul its broadband DSL-based solutions for thousands of residential and business communities. The carrier strategically decided to further enhance its existing copper infrastructure extending over more than 20 Million km of copper lines. Utilizing Actelis’ ML600E and ML700 advanced Ethernet devices, the carrier is able to instantly deploy fiber performance services over its copper infrastructure, thus significantly minimizing capital investment in civil works. Actelis’ partner, Alternetivo, the leading value added distribution company in Czech and an […]

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FREMONT, Calif.- Actelis Networks, the leading provider of high performance, Ethernet broadband solutions over hybrid Fiber-Copper networks, has been selected by Beetel, to provide their solution to the largest carriers in India. This solution is used to provide high-speed Ethernet Over Copper to thousands of businesses and mobile communities. Actelis’ solutions provide a strategic tool to enhance carrier’s existing copper infrastructure, creating long reach, cost effective hybrid-Fiber-copper networks. Utilizing Actelis’ ML600 and ML700 advanced Ethernet switches, the carriers are able to instantly deploy Fiber grade services over their copper infrastructure, thus significantly minimizing capital investment, and extending the effective coverage of Fiber networks. Actelis’ offers high-speed Fiber grade services, over […]

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        To read more : Telecoms Mag award 2016 (Actelis Networks Inc.) TE160032 (003)

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London – 5th April 2016: Lanode, a specialist provider of networking, transmission and data communication solutions is proud to announce that it has been appointed as a new distributor to the non-carrier market in the UK for Actelis Networks who specialise in high performance broadband over copper solutions that provide reliable Ethernet service and broadband access. Reaching locations more quickly, cost effectively, and easily using copper, the Actelis portfolio also complements and extends traffic off fibre networks. Founded in 1998, Actelis has been recognised as the leader in copper-based Ethernet Access Devices. Actelis technology includes G.SHDSL and VDSL-based EFM over copper solutions that use bonded copper to logically combine multiple […]

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FREMONT, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Actelis Networks, the high performance broadband over copper company, announces the availability of the first two products in its new Industrial Ethernet switching portfolio. That portfolio, announced separately today, targets ITS, surveillance, business and government campus networks and selected applications in railway, pipeline and utility networks. By combining an Industrial Ethernet switching design with Actelis field-proven, innovative and standards based technology, network operators can get more bandwidth to more places reliably and cost effectively.

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FREMONT, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Actelis Networks, the high performance broadband over copper company, announces its expansion into new vertical markets with a purpose-built Industrial Ethernet switching portfolio. Actelis will target operators of intelligent traffic systems, surveillance, business and metro government campus networks, plus sell into select applications in railway, pipeline, and utility networks.

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