Despite fibre rollout to the home, building or cabinet becoming more and more widespread for many networks across
"Telecom service providers are focusing on smart applications to generate new revenue sources and technology vendors are currently building their product ecosystems. The era of the smart home, coined some twenty or thirty years ago, is now teetering on imminent prominence," says
UTEL is the only company in the world to have developed a new complete fibre network management system which includes a central office OTDR fibre test system that can reliably detect ONT reflections through 128 split PONs without expensive wavelength dependent reflectors. The company also has copper covered with its Test Access Switch Matrix (TASM) which unlike single ended, double ended or metallic line tests (selt, delt, melt), does not rely on an active customer modem. It can detect and isolate faults on the copper line from the contact centre and without the need for skilled engineers to interpret the data.
Kaufhold added: "What we have is technology more advanced than anything else on the market. It can find faults before customers detect them and makes sure the entire network is running at optimal levels with fewer expert engineers. It's win win cutting costs, whist improving resilience."
The UTEL Fast Light PON management system consists of three key subsystems including a unique world class 1650nm OTDR that can see through multiple cascaded splitters, an ultra low cost Robotic Optical Test Access Switch that can be flexibly expanded as the network grows and an optional OSS or Application Programming Interface.
UTEL will be available to discuss how it can help implement fibre and copper monitoring solutions at ANGA COM, in
For further information about UTEL and its product range visit www.utel.co.uk.
Today UTEL has more than 50 employees in the
UTEL's key markets are Copper and Fibre Test Access Switches and testing solutions. The company's strength is its ability to innovate and create optimal solutions at lightning speed. UTEL's area of expertise covers a wide range of disciplines including analogue and digital electronics, mathematics, software, mechanical and production engineering and has recently been extended to cover civil engineering to enable the costs to be taken out of FTTC deployment.
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