Published Articles

Published in : Traffic Technology International  April/May 2019 Washington DC, the US capital, continues to face massive challenges in the management of its traffic and transportation. The 70 square mile (180km2) city includes 1,500 miles (2,400km) of public roads, more than 7,000 intersections, 1,600 traffic signals and hundreds of CCTV cameras. The DC Department of Transportation (DDOT) manages and maintains transportation infrastructure in the DC area. Its responsibility is to ensure that people, goods and information move efficiently and safely, with minimal adverse impact on residents and the environment. 

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Advanced ITS technologies provide road authorities everywhere with a tremendous opportunity to better monitor and more precisely control traffic, while fully employing highways and roads. Coordinated use of advanced traffic and environmental sensors, traffic and video controllers, electronic signs, and HD cameras enable the automation and precise control that makes achieving those objectives possible. 

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This article examines how providers can leverage Ethernet over bonded copper solutions to quickly capitalize on the Carrier Ethernet business services market which is approaching $45B globally, and was recently boosted by new MEF CE 2.0 specifications.

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This article focus on the unique challenges of U.S. rural broadband service providers, their motives for evolving their network architecture in light of FCC reforms and competition, and how broadband acceleration technology is allowing them to overcome these obstacles.

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This article examines the tremendous opportunity service providers can realize by reaching the small and medium business market segment with high speed broadband services using Ethernet over bonded copper.

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With demand for broadband growing, carriers need to deliver on the promise of broadband to any customer in their service area right now, without having to invest billions of dollars upgrading networks.

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Read this interesting article to learn how a major urban county in Maryland, just outside Washington D.C., benefited from a highly reliable, durable Actelis Ethernet over bonded copper solution to improve traffic flow, while supporting advanced networking features and seamlessly interworking with their fiber core.

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