As enterprises continue to increase their dependence on network-based applications like Voice over IP (VoIP), video conferencing, file sharing, cloud computing, and even video surveillance and dynamic message signs, the quality and reliability of the underlying network becomes more and more critical. The network must be able to cost effectively meet the bandwidth demands that legacy solutions (i.e. E1/T1 circuits) can no longer meet.
Educational institutions, typically on the leading edge of adopting advanced broadband solutions for improved communications and safety for faculty and students alike, can neither rely on legacy E1/T1-based services nor justify mass deployments of cost-prohibitive, fiber-based solutions. Applications such as distance learning, on-campus security surveillance and video conferencing are driving demand for cost-effective, additional bandwidth that is fast, reliable and secure.
And whether it’s a financial services company requiring secure, private connectivity between headquarters and branch offices, or a health care company implementing Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems or working toward compliance with HIPPA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) regulations, Actelis’ industry-leading product portfolio of Ethernet access devices, aggregations systems and repeaters provide the ideal solution with speeds of up to 100 Mbps.
Actelis’ family of repeaters, with built-in, patented enhanced DSS technology, allows even higher bandwidth services to be introduced into the network. Actelis’ XR239 EFM Repeaters, now in their fifth generation, support up to 15Mbps per single copper pair. Actelis’ DSS technology, when implemented side by side with Actelis’ XR239 EFM Repeaters, greatly reduce the impact on ADSL/ADSL2+ services beyond standard requirements without sacrificing Actelis’ EFM performance.To learn more about how Actelis is enabling these solutions in each of verticals, click on the links below:
- Backhaul Solutions
- Dedicated Networks
- Metro Ethernet Services
- Residential Broadband
- ITS and Surveillance