Aurora Networks Inc. will showcase its European product line, designed to enable European operators to evolve their networks for present and future services, at this year’s ANGA Cable Show, taking place May 3 through 5 in Cologne, Germany.
Aurora Networks will display its full array of segmentation options: from lower cost 1310 nm multi-wavelength systems to 1550 nm full-spectrum DWDM
technology and broadcast/narrowcast overlay for the greatest reach and wavelength efficiency. Company representatives will answer questions and demonstrate how to simplify the setup and reconfiguration of a broadcast
Aurora Networks will also showcase its fiber-to-the premises
) tools, including RFoG, RFPON, and a transition path to GEPON services. The company will also display its NC2000 node, VHub technology, and a range of headend and hub equipment supporting Fiber Deep architectures. The company will also unveil a new product for BK networks that will simplify segmentation and solve the EuroDOCSIS 3.0 upstream channel bonding performance issues.
Aurora Networks will exhibit in booth P18, hall 10.1 at the ANGA Cable Show.
“Cable operators in the region turn to Aurora Networks’ portfolio of cost-effective, future-proof tools to provide the tools needed to deliver the quality of service their customers demand,” says John Dalquist, vice president, marketing, Aurora Networks. “At this year’s ANGA Cable Show, we will further demonstrate how Aurora Networks is providing systems that solve the region’s most critical issues.”
Fiber Deep network architecture systems from Aurora Networks are designed to eliminate the need for RF amplifiers, reducing power costs by as much as 50 percent. Fiber Deep also helps cable operators reduce operational and maintenance costs by as much as 65 percent.
Multi-Wavelength Segmentation systems include Aurora Networks’ full-spectrum DWDM transmitters. The company will showcase its LcWDM, DWDM, NC4000, and the European-optimized NC2000 platforms, which all support multi-wavelength node segmentation over just one fiber.
RFoG and RFPON (RFoG plus PON) offerings support direct-fed and distributed RFoG architectures. Aurora Networks also will feature its new RFoG CPE along with VHub and NC2000 technology and Node PON modules.
Digital return technology, customized for Europe’s installed base, supports cable operators launching upstream channel bonding with EuroDOCSIS 3.0 services. Digital return brings performance and operational savings to an operator.