While it seeks to exit the FTTX business (see “Enablence leaving FTTH systems market”), Enablence Technologies, Inc. (TSX VENTURE:ENA) appears ready to keep the product pipeline flowing. For example, the company has just expanded its roster of optical network terminals (ONTs) for its TRIDENT7 Universal Fiber Access Platform.
The new indoor Ethernet Passive Optical Network (EPON) E-4020i and indoor Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON) G-4021i products are designed to support the deployment of home router and wireless services to residential and business customers. They are targeted at traditional telcos, cable MSOs, and deployers of open access architectures.
- Integrated residential gateway features including NAT, firewall and DHCP via software upgrade
- Model option to include support for IEEE 802.11n wireless bridging and routing functionality
- Deployment options for wall mounting and desktop mounting
- 1-GHz RF video support for RF overlay (G4021i)
- Future support for CableLabs DPoE 1.0 (E4020i)
- Four customer-facing 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet ports
- Two VoIP enabled POTS ports supporting SIP, H.248, and MGCP
- “Aesthetically pleasing” enclosure, designed for indoor residential or business deployment
- Enhanced service modes to support open access deployments for use with multiple video and voice providers over one network.
"The market for GPON and EPON solutions worldwide has experienced strong growth and service providers around the world require reliable, cost-effective solutions to help them leverage this technology in their ongoing next-generation network transformation," said Mike Skubisz, president of Enablence Systems Division. "The TRIDENT7, with its unique ability to support both EPON and GPON, coupled with these incredibly feature-rich ONTs, enables operators to deploy the most appropriate fiber access technology for their specific application."
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