Ciena 3802

Sept. 22, 2021
Ciena’s 3802 desktop ONU provides a single-box solution for shared fiber access and service delivery with in-depth management.

Ciena’s 3802 desktop ONU provides a single-box solution for shared fiber access and service delivery with in-depth management. The small, slim desktop design enables the 3802 to be deployed in a variety of indoor environments, including fiber-to-the-premises for gigabit broadband, SMB/SME, and mobile backhaul services. Ciena’s 3802 allows network providers to efficiently create, deploy, manage, and maintain cost-effective services their customers increasingly demand, all while reducing capital expenditures and allowing operators to turn up new services more quickly.

Judge’s Comment: “Synchronization capability is a good feature in a product this small, and hard to find.”
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