Company will demonstrate how municipalities can easily and cost-effectively upgrade their existing networks to IP-based, next-generation ITS networks .
FREMONT, Calif., August 6, 2012 - Visitors to ITE 2012 Annual Meeting and Exhibit can visit Actelis®, The Broadband Acceleration Company™, at Booth 524 to learn how the company’s market-leading portfolio of Ethernet access devices and aggregation switches can be deployed for next-generation ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems) networks that support IP-based Ethernet communications. Most existing ITS networks today do not support Ethernet communications, but with Actelis, 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.
Visitors to the Actelis booth can also learn how the company built the City of San Jose’s (California) new IP-based ITS network as well as Montgomery County Department of Transportation’s (MCDOT) revitalized ITS network, which was a major upgrade to the Maryland County’s aging automotive traffic system. 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.
WHAT: ITE 2012 Annual Meeting and Exhibit
WHEN: August 12–15, 2012
WHERE: Actelis in Booth 524 at America’s Mart, Atlanta, GA
MORE INFO: www.ite.org/annualmeeting
About Actelis Networks
Actelis®, The Broadband Acceleration Company™, is the global market leader and innovator in developing unique broadband solutions for telecom service providers, enterprises and municipalities. Deployed by more than 350 customers worldwide, Actelis is accelerating broadband services to businesses and residential subscribers through award-winning products and technologies, including the Broadband Accelerator (BBA), EFMplus™, Dynamic Rate Boost (DRB) and Dynamic Spectral Shaping (DSS). These unique, patented technologies enable service providers to deliver broadband services with the greatest rate, reach and reliability at lower cost over existing copper infrastructure. Actelis® and Actelis Networks® are registered trademarks. The Broadband Acceleration Company™, EFMplus™ and MetaASSIST™ are trademarks of Actelis. All other trademarks used herein are the property of their respective owners.