Technetix Group Ltd. XGT Gigabit Modular Outdoor Multitaps

Sept. 22, 2021
Technetix’s 1.8-GHz XGT Gigabit Modular Outdoor Multitaps are designed to extend outdoor plant to 10G now and to be ready for 25G in the future.

Technetix’s 1.8-GHz XGT Gigabit Modular Outdoor Multitaps are designed to extend outdoor plant to 10G now and to be ready for 25G in the future. The XGT is DOCSIS 4.0 ready with 1.8-GHz faceplates and coupler modules as standard. The back boxes are DOCSIS 4.1 ready with performance up to 3 GHz. The modular approach leads to lower total cost of ownership compared with conventional taps due to significant savings in inventory management, with a reduction of SKUs by 60% to 80%. The supply chain from warehouses and distribution hubs through to technician’s trucks will all benefit, the company states.

Judge’s Comment: “The solution helps broadband cable engineers and installers reduce operational expenses when resetting a node. It will simplify the supply chain and improve customer service.”

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