Actelis News & Publications

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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Actelis offers a reliable flexible, and cost effective high speed Ethernet transport solution that is designed to get all the bandwidth you need wherever you need it, while seamlessly integrating into the ITS networks of State, Federal, and Municipal DOTs.

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Cloud computing, virtualization, and video applications are significantly boosting Small to Medium Business (SMBs) bandwidth requirements. Competition is targeting SMBs. But Service Providers cannot reach the majority of SMBs cost effectively with fiber. They are seeking innovative solutions that can address these emerging service requirements, operationally “snap in” to existing networks mostly served by legacy T1s/E1s, to provide very high reliable bandwidth as well as complete market coverage with the lowest total cost of ownership.

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Achieving high quality transmission with copper requires responding appropriately to various changes in the noise environment. These changes can be intermediate (caused by impulse noises or temperature), or they can be more permanent in nature (such as changes in noise introduced as other services are added to or removed from the binder). “Rate adaptive” capability allows modems to adjust their performance to ensure high reliability and service availability by lowering their bandwidth and increasing their SNR. This feature is widely implemented by EFM over Copper vendors. Rate adaptation has its benefits, particularly in addressing longer-term sources of noise (such as a change in the services that exist within a binder). […]

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The European Union’s revised Digital Agenda for Europe stipulates the following service objectives by the year 2020: 30 Mbps to all Europeans 100 Mbps to 50% of European households Can the lofty objective of getting 100 Mbps service to 50% of households really be achieved in the next 6.5 years? This is an eventuality which even the European Commission itself has questioned recently, due to the high cost and logistical “red tape” associated with running fiber.

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Service operators are struggling to find cost effective solutions to enable them to offer faster broadband to their residential and SME customers before losing business to competitors. FTTH/B cannot be justified everywhere. Moreover service providers worldwide indicate that although FTTH is a solution that they will continue to deploy it would not be THE solutions for the large BB deployments in the next years.

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