ADC intros new 1x64 splitter

Dec. 5, 2007
DECEMBER 5, 2007 -- The splitter is designed to enable carriers to double the number of customers served from a single splitter and reduce the feeder fibers needed for the network.

DECEMBER 5, 2007 -- ADC (search for ADC) has expanded its OmniReach fiber-to-the-x (FTTX) product line with the addition of the OmniReach 1x64 splitter. The splitter is designed to enable carriers to double the number of customers served from a single splitter and reduce the feeder fibers needed for the network. The new splitter fits ideally into a centralized splitting PON architecture and is more cost effective for the growing number of service providers who are deploying GPON, the company says.

Designed for all indoor and outdoor applications in FTTX networks, the 1x64 splitter offers plug-and-play functionality with a design that reduces installation and customer turn-up time, resulting in lower operational expenses, ADC says. Additionally, the new module is designed to meet both Telcordia GR-1209 and GR-1221 standards, and is compatible with the entire ADC OmniReach fiber distribution product line.

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