Telecom Engineering USA unveils WDM Lite PON system

Telecom Engineering has unwrapped its WDM Lite PON system. The WDM-PON system is designed to give last-mile fiber providers a highly secure and flexible alternative to GPON and EPON.

Telecom Engineering has unwrapped its WDM Lite PON system. The WDM-PON system is designed to give last-mile fiber providers a highly secure and flexible alternative to GPON and EPON.

Using Telecom Engineering’s WDM technology, up to 44 channels are multiplexed onto a fiber trunk. One channel is dropped at each customer location using a one- or two-fiber drop cable and Telecom Engineering ONU. Each channel at each customer location can support 100 Mbps, Gigabit Ethernet (GbE), OC-48, 10GbE, OC-192, 40-Gbps, or 100-Gbps traffic. This gives services providers significant flexibility and bandwidth expansion capacity, enabling them to maximize their revenues without having to overbuild their network, Telecom Engineering asserts. Along with individualizing data rate, service providers are free to choose the protocol that best matches their requirements, including customizing them to any individual subscriber, the company adds.

WDM-PON also provides more security for each subscriber’s data than GPON or EPON, as each channel is physically isolated from all others, Telecom Engineering concludes.

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