Teledata Networks unveils BroadAccess-300E FTTX system

MARCH 17, 2010 -- Teledata Networks, a global provider of multiservice access products for next-generation networks, has announced the release of the BroadAccess-300E system. The platform is a compact FTTX MSAG designed for the delivery of triple-play and Carrier Ethernet services.

Mar 17th, 2010

MARCH 17, 2010 -- Teledata Networks, a global provider of multiservice access products for next-generation networks, has announced the release of the BroadAccess-300E system. The platform is a compact FTTX MSAG designed for the delivery of triple-play and Carrier Ethernet services.

The BroadAccess-300E MSAG is targeted for use in small to medium service areas, requiring a capacity of 100-300 service ports. The 5U system is optimized for space-confined locations such as apartment and business buildings.

While integrating IP-DSLAM, Ethernet switch, GPON OLT, and VoIP access gateway functions in a single shelf, the BroadAccess-300E provides a complete set of voice and broadband services over copper and fiber, including ADSL2+,VDSL2, Ethernet, GPON, and POTS, the company says. The system is designed to provide a dense Gigabit Ethernet platform for business customers and high-capacity GPON delivery for more than 3,000 triple-play customers.

"BroadAccess-300E represents a major enhancement to the BroadAccess-1000E product line, which has been deployed with great success worldwide," said Eran Ziv, CEO of Teledata Networks. "The unique capabilities of the BroadAccess-300E combined with the strong need for a compact platform are reflected in the recent shipments of hundreds of systems to our customers in Asia."

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