Actelis News & Publications

        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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ML604D Highlights Posted March 10th, 2016

  Ultra compact Industrial Ethernet Extender Extending – Up to 60 Mbps (symmetrical Ethernet) over bonded copper 1 x 10/100Base-T Ethernet interfaces Fits into space constrained cabinets, DIN rails Dual Power Inputs ** Environmentally hardened, -400 to +750C, fanless operation Very low power, AC/DC options Actelis’ patented EFMplus technology for industry-leading performance MEF compliant services with advanced SLAs Carrier-class Ethernet OAM including 802.3ah, CFM (802.1ag) and Y.1731 (ITU) Ease of installation and deployment, with advanced copper trouble shooting tools Management suite, including MetaASSIST EMS, easy to use GUI, SNMP & IBM Tivoli Software (Netcool Integration)

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The Small and Medium Business (SMB) Ethernet services market is creating huge access, value added service, and Cloud revenue opportunities. SMBs are using the network more strategically now, and as a result many of them are demanding 10 Mbps or Nx10 Mbps of bandwidth. But getting reliable Carrier Ethernet services to SMBs is not easy given the small buildings they frequently occupy, and the distance to those buildings from the fiber network. NxT1-based services cannot scale to meet this demand cost effectively, and reaching the vast majority of SMBs with fiber optics is simply too expensive. But waiting to offer these customers high speed Ethernet will result in customer churn […]

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Today’s universities, colleges, and K-12 school systems all need reliable, high speed bandwidth everywhere. WiFi has become an essential tool for enhancing productivity and communication all over the campus, while the increasing use of surveillance cameras throughout the grounds is critical for reasons of safety and security. Similarly, In K-12 school systems, adequate surveillance is essential

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