KEYMILE to debut GPON line at Broadband World Forum

German transport equipment developer KEYMILE says it plans to unveil a new line of GPON equipment at this year’s Broadband World Forum in Amsterdam, October 16-18.The new line of MileGate platforms includes the MileGate 2880 and the MileGate 2820. The company also will introduce the MileGate 2200, a 2-HU subrack system for areas with few subscribers.

German transport equipment developer KEYMILE says it plans to unveil a new line of GPON equipment at this year’s Broadband World Forum in Amsterdam, October 16-18.The new line of MileGate platforms includes the MileGate 2880 and the MileGate 2820. The company also will introduce the MileGate 2200, a 2-HU subrack system for areas with few subscribers.

The KEYMILE MileGate multi-service access platform (MSAP) already supports a variety of FTTx broadband options, including copper-based approaches from ADSL2+ to VDSL2 with vectoring, as well as active optical Gigabit Ethernet. The new products add GPON capabilities to the line.

For example, the MileGate 2880 supports 1:64 split ratios per port in an 8-HU subrack, bringing total capacity to 4096 subscribers. For smaller installations, KEYMILE will offer the MileGate 2820, which comes in a 4-HU subrack.

For particularly low-density applications, the MileGate 2200 can accommodate both DSL and active Ethernet optical line cards. KEYMILE will position the system as a flexible mini-DSLAM with point-to-point optical Ethernet capabilities.

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