Adtran SDX 630 Series XGS-PON ONTs promise energy efficiency

May 4, 2023
Besides providing support of symmetrical 10-Gbps broadband services and high-speed WiFi, the ONTs are designed to require low power and long lifetime, thus contributing to overall energy efficiency.

Adtran has unveiled the SDX 630 Series of XGS-PON optical network terminals (ONTs). Besides providing support of symmetrical 10-Gbps broadband services and high-speed WiFi, the ONTs are designed to require low power and long lifetime, thus contributing to overall energy efficiency.

“Our SDX 630 Series is a distillation of everything we’ve learned over the past decade. It features recyclable enclosures, cloud-hosted documentation, and optimized packaging, all designed to put sustainability first,” asserted Eric Presworsky, general manager of residential solutions at Adtran. The SDX 630 Series ONTs also are compliant with Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) and European Union COC v8, Presworsky added.

The DSX 630 Series ONTs are designed to be easy to deploy and feature zero-touch service provisioning capabilities. Combined with the company’s service delivery gateways, the ONTs also will support current and future Wi-Fi standards and enable seamless integration with Adtran’s Mosaic One management system, the company stated. Other management and monitoring functionality includes Y.1731 capabilities, continuity check, and ONT-generated multigigabit speed tests.

The series includes indoor and outdoor units as well as an XGS-PON SFP+ ONT that offers complete ONT capabilities in a small form factor pluggable package. The ONT family is part of the company’s open-API access initiative and thus the ONTs are designed to enable easy integration into existing network infrastructure and SDN-based management systems.

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Stephen Hardy is editorial director and associate publisher of Lightwave and Broadband Technology Report, part of the Lighting & Technology Group at Endeavor Business Media. Stephen is responsible for establishing and executing editorial strategy across the both brands’ websites, email newsletters, events, and other information products. He has covered the fiber-optics space for more than 20 years, and communications and technology for more than 35 years. During his tenure, Lightwave has received awards from Folio: and the American Society of Business Press Editors (ASBPE) for editorial excellence. Prior to joining Lightwave in 1997, Stephen worked for Telecommunications magazine and the Journal of Electronic Defense.

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