Advances in technology, as well as changes to government policies and socioeconomic data, are transforming the traffic and transportation industries like never before. Intelligent and converged networks are enabling the use of existing infrastructures to connect roads, railways, airports, stations, and ports. These Wide Area Networks can also be found onboard buses, trains, planes, ships, and even on connected vehicles. Better traffic and transportation systems increase mobility and improve safety for millions of people in an environmentally conscious manner. Smart parking, traffic signals that can adapt to real-time conditions, and roads that sense the surrounding environment are becoming the standard of the industry and allow for greater connectivity, proactive maintenance with faster diagnostics, network convergence, and new models that reshape the industry.

This transformation creates many new and exciting opportunities to help provide better asset and vehicle management, increase ridership, improve travel times, increase safety, and provide on-time delivery of people and goods. New tools for traffic and transportation employees not only increase productivity and lower costs, but also keep them safe.

All this transformation creates a new set of challenges for transportation agencies, cities, governments, enterprises, and systems integrators who all have increasing pressure to improve safety, mobility, and operational efficiency, while reducing environmental impacts and costs all at the same time. By moving programs and systems that use a lot of computing power to the Cloud, transportation organizations can simplify their IT infrastructures. Instead of using expensive fiber, copper provides a lower cost upgrade to connect all systems. This enables new ways of communicating and collaborating while managing costs and improving operational efficiency and productivity across the entire operation.

Extreme Copper designed its products to transform the industry by enabling traffic and transportation systems managers to upgrade services using their existing infrastructure at lower costs, providing end-to-end IP networks that are designed to withstand harsh environments, and providing faster delivery and response times with real-time asset management with vehicle and freight tracking. Typical models for use are the CES7000, iReader-600 RFID, iSwitch-300 RFID, NE300, NE400, NE600-EFM-4, NE600-EFM-8, NT200R-Plus, NT200R-Plus WiFi, RP300, SRi2000-DSLAM-8, SRi2000-DSLAM-16, SRi2000-DSLAM-24, SRi2000-DSLAM-48, SRi2000 ADSL Loop Extender, SRi9000, TEP400, and TES7000. Even if the structure contains CAT5, the TES7000 will improve the throughput and bandwidth with multi-gigabit capability.