Network evolution and what is next to come?

There is a constant demand for bandwidth. Network operators must keep up with that. How?

One solution is Passive Optical Network.

PON infrastructure is an optical point-to-multipoint technology that provides an optical path for a headend or data center to a user terminal through the use of optical fiber and splitters. The passive elements form the base architecture for:
• Gigabit PON (GPON)
• Next Generation PON
• 10G Ethernet PON (EPON)
• Radio Frequency

PON differs from other fiber offerings for cable operators because it provides a migration path from DOCSIS-enabled data services to Ethernet/IP based platform. For example, “RFoG or RF PON solutions support building out the PON fiber infrastructure—the optical distribution network–while continuing to use the existing headend, customer premise equipment, and back office systems used today. This facilitates a migration path to 10G EPON overlay on as needed basis to support high bandwidth consumers.”

We offer GPON solution that supports the long – reach service coverage (up to 20 km) to overcome the obstacle of the access technology over twisted pair cables and reduce the network nodes. With complete standards and high technical requirements that we offer, GPON supports integrated services in a good way. User’s data security is kept on high level, through encryption.

GPON is one of the best choices of large carriers in the international market.

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