Teledata Networks unveils FTTX MSAG platform
AUGUST 13, 2009 -- The next-gen networking equipment provider's BroadAccess-1000E features a multiple 10GbE architecture and backplane capacity greater than 360 Gbps.
AUGUST 13, 2009 -- Teledata Networks (search Lightwave for Teledata Networks), a provider of multiservice access technologies for next-generation networks (NGNs), has released BroadAccess-1000E, an IP-based multiservice access gateway (MSAG), for the delivery of residential triple-play services and Carrier Ethernet services for business customers.
With a multiple 10-Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) architecture and ultrahigh backplane capacity greater than 360 Gbps, BroadAccess-1000E is designed for delivery of advanced IP services such as high-definition IPTV and carrier-grade business services.
The gateway is designed to support the multifunctionalities of an MSAG, IP-DSLAM, Carrier Ethernet switch, and GPON optical line terminal (OLT), and delivers voice and broadband applications for residential and business customers. It offers a choice of services over fiber and copper, including POTS, ADSL2+, VDSL2, active Ethernet, and GPON, enabling operators to implement various network topologies of FTTR, FTTC, and FTTP. BroadAccess-1000E is enhanced with an integral resilient 10GbE transmission, enabling efficient aggregation of broadband traffic over an optical ring.
With a series of high-capacity service cards, the equipment supports more 1000 xDSL ports, 400 GbE ports, or 9,000 GPON subscribers per shelf.
BroadAccess-1000E systems are being installed by several operators worldwide, such as ICE Costa-Rica, which has selected the systems as its exclusive multiservice access system, as part of an NGN migration project of hundreds of thousands of subscribers.
"The introduction of the revolutionary BroadAccess-1000E platform enables us to enhance our leading position in the market and expand our portfolio to new areas of Fiber Access and business Carrier Ethernet," says Eran Ziv, chief executive officer of Teledata Networks.
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