Broadband World Forum: KEYMILE showcases solutions for broadband connections via DSL paths and optical fibre
Hanover, August 18, 2011 – KEYMILE will be at the Broadband World Forum 2011 in Paris from 27 to 29 September 2011, where it will present its range of solutions for the future-proof expansion of telecommunications networks on stand K2. KEYMILE is also lead stream sponsor of the “Open Access Networks”
track on Wednesday 28 September.
KEYMILE is a leading supplier of cutting-edge technology for communications solutions in access and transmission systems. At the Broadband World Forum in Paris (CNIT La Defense) the company will display solutions for broadband connection via copper and optical fibre lines. The event is considered a premier industry forum for debating the business and technical opportunities, developments and challenges of broadband.
In Paris, KEYMILE will present its new products and solutions for operators of telecommunications networks. One again the capacity of the multi-service access platform MileGate has been enhanced significantly. Some of the innovations include a 48-port VDSL2 card with 50 % more ports than the previous generation. This card allows even more effective provision of high-speed, triple-play and corporate customer services. Due to VDSL2 transmission in MileGate, services like VoIP, broadband Internet, video-on-demand and TV can be offered via DSL. Network operators can also tap into new sources of revenue. The new VDSL2 cards with ADSL2plus fallback offer the basis for supplying cost-efficient, high-speed Internet access in towns, but also in sparsely populated areas. MileGate is a compact and robust platform with a high level of interface density in all cards. This factor and the vast range of operating temperatures also allow usage in outdoor housings which play a key role in broadband access networks.
With innovative cards for optical fibre connection, MileGate is ideal for FTTH applications. MileGate offers active Ethernet Point-to-Point connections at up to 1000 Mbps. In addition to IPTV and Video-on-Demand offerings, network operators can supply their customers via the same optical fibre with cable TV programmes thanks to the optional CATV overlay. At the Broadband World Forum KEYMILE will be showcasing newly developed optical connection modules that allow extremely flexible adaption of the network via cSFPs to respond to customers’ preferences. MileGate’s hybrid system architecture and powerful gateway technology are the basis for simple and cost-efficient migration of POTS and ISDN to VoIP, as well as TDM to Ethernet/IP, in one single network element. Network operators can still support traditional telephony and broadband services and migrate to the NGN at the same time.
At the Broadband World Forum KEYMILE is also lead stream sponsor of the “Open Access Networks” track on Wednesday, 28 September. Dr. Wolfgang Spahn, Chief Technical Officer at KEYMILE, will hold the “Open Access Network Strategies” opening presentation at 12.05 p.m. On the afternoon of 28 September, Hoay-Ping Lam, Director of Product Management at KEYMILE, will take part in the panel discussion entitled “Infrastructure Unbundling – GPON vs WDMPON & AON” (starts at: 4.55 p.m.).
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