ENP Newswire -
Release date- 29042014 -
ZTE's innovative solution provides ASIC-based 8-port XG-PON1 access and comes with supporting ASIC ONUs (optical network units), including multi-dwelling units (MDUs) and optical network terminals (ONTs). The benefits of the solution include low power consumption, high board port density, superior performance, high reliability, and ability to smoothly upgrade by fully reusing the existing PON resources.
'We are pleased to lead the global industry in innovation in this important market segment,' said Zhu Yongxing, Vice President,
The growth of services such as 3D video, 4K Ultra HD TV, and cloud storage in recent years increases bandwidth demand and presents huge challenges for the access capabilities of networks. As the current EPON/GPON technology will not meet the long-term bandwidth requirements, the industry is looking increasingly to XG-PON1 as a key part of the solution.
ZTE's XG-PON1 solutions have already been deployed by a number of Chinese and overseas operators. In 2012, ZTE initiated the world's first XG-PON1 commercial trial in the
ZTE puts substantial resources in various PON areas, including standards formulation and tracking; new-technology research and development; ODN planning, design and management; and network diagnosis and testing. As a result of these efforts, ZTE is now able to offer end-to-end solutions for FTTx deployment.
As a leader in the optical access market, ZTE serves global operators with first-rate products and has always been the frontrunner in the 10G PON segment. In the latest report on the global fixed-network market by industry research company Ovum, ZTE held more than 70% of the global 10G PON market in 2013.
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