Lantiq, a supplier of broadband access and home networking technologies, and Keymile, a supplier of technology for communications products in access and transmission systems, announced volume shipments of system level vectoring equipped VDSL Linecards to a major telecommunications carrier. A majority of these VDSL Linecards is already deployed in the field and vectoring based broadband services are expected to be offered to consumers by the end of 2013.
The joint Lantiq/Keymile 192 channel vectoring platform is described as the world's first field deployed system level vectoring platform implemented in a mature, cost and power efficient System-on-Chip (SoC) / ASSP approach. System level VDSL vectoring is critically important for service providers to efficiently extend the broadband performance of the copper network in a very cost effective manner. The Keymile system, based on Lantiq's Vinax IVE1000 is available in high-volume production.
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