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Exelon Upgrades its Dosimeter Monitoring System & Avoids a $1M Upgrade to Cable Plant
When the Limerick Generating station needed to upgrade a dosimeter management system in the Nuclear Reactor Building, they needed a way re-use legacy cabling embedded in concrete barriers.
Markets:
  Energy  

  Utilities  

Trends     All-IP Convergence     Cloud Communication     MTM, IoT & Connected Sensors     Physical Security & Biometrics  
Types     IoT Communications      Industrial Ethernet SCADA     Technology Project Services  
How to Deliver High-Speed IoT Connectivity to Underground Mines Over Three-Phase Power Lines
Patton partnered with Trinity Solutions to successfully deliver Broadband miles under ground over noisy power lines also used to power machinery.
Market:
  Mining & Agriculture  

Trends     MTM, IoT & Connected Sensors     Broadband Innovation     Physical Security & Biometrics  
Types     Technology Project Services     Industrial Ethernet SCADA     IoT Communications   
Modernizing Traffic Controls with Secure, High-Speed, Ethernet-Connected Video & IoT Sensors Over Old Twisted-Pair Copper Plant
Maryland State Highway Administration used state-owned, outside copper plant for secure and OPEX-free connectivity, delivering a next generation traffic control system that is intelligent, always on, and powered by IoT sensors
Market:
  Transportation & Infrastructure  

Trends     Broadband Innovation     All-IP Convergence     Cloud Communication     MTM, IoT & Connected Sensors     Orchestration, Management & Analytics      Smart Buildings, Cities and Infrastructure  
Types     Legacy Voice Connectivity     Access Control and Surveillance     IoT Communications      Intelligent Transportation Systems     Technology Project Services  
Migrate to EMV
New "chip card" EMV credit card readers connect through Ethernet, but gas station forecourts and pumps are wired with legacy copper wires designed for low-speed communication that are NOT suitable for Ethernet.
Markets:
  Energy  

  Transportation & Infrastructure  

Trends     All-IP Convergence     Cloud Communication     IP Video, HD Video & Digital Signs     MTM, IoT & Connected Sensors     Physical Security & Biometrics  
Types     Industrial Ethernet SCADA     Intelligent Transportation Systems     Access Control and Surveillance  
Integrating Analog and Non-Certified IP Paging Systems to Microsoft Skype for Business and Teams
SmartNodes provide a gateway between Skype for Business and Analog and permissible interconnection of non-Certified SIP-based Paging, Intercom & Access Control End-Points.
Market:
  Transportation & Infrastructure  

Trends     Physical Security & Biometrics     Smart Buildings, Cities and Infrastructure     Unified Communication & UCaaS     All-IP Convergence     Cloud Communication  
Types     Hosted Telephony and UC     PSTN to All-IP Migration     Legacy Voice Connectivity     PA, Paging, Notification & Intercom     Access Control and Surveillance  
Tunnel-Emergency, Elevator & Service Phones; UC VoIP Connectivity for the World's Largest Transportation Infrastructure Project
When building out the East Side Access project, the NY Metro Transit Authority needed to integrated analog phones in elevators, stations, and service areas into their IP-based telephony network and fiber backbone.
Market:
  Transportation & Infrastructure  

Trends     Smart Buildings, Cities and Infrastructure     Unified Communication & UCaaS     All-IP Convergence     Fiber Everywhere  
Types     PSTN to All-IP Migration     Hosted Telephony and UC     Legacy Voice Connectivity     PA, Paging, Notification & Intercom     Intelligent Transportation Systems  

 
 
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