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KEYMILE boosts MileGate’s port density

by david.nunes

KEYMILE boosts MileGate’s port density

Hanover, February 22,  2011 – KEYMILE has once again substantially increased the port density of its multi-service access platform MileGate. The new 64-port cards mean 33 percent more port density for broadband Internet access via ADSL2plus and POTS services. The greater port density saves network operators costs because now even more subscribers per MileGate subrack can be supplied with traditional telephony and triple play services at the same time.

KEYMILE is one of the leading manufacturers of Next-Generation data transmission systems. In new cards, it has boosted the number of interfaces per card from 48 to 64, translating to an increase of 33 percent. Greater port density allows network operators to save installation costs and overheads because more subscribers can be connected per card. Cost-efficient voice and broadband services are also possible over the last mile.

These new cards make KEYMILE a leader on port density per unit of volume in access systems. Now up to 1,152 POTS interfaces (previously 854) can be accommodated in one MileGate subrack with eight height units. The POTS cards allow flexible connection of subscribers to traditional and NGN networks and support the diverse demands of many countries throughout the world. With the new ADSL2plus cards, network operators can provide triple-play services, such as VoIP, broadband Internet, video-on-demand and IPTV. They can now supply up to 1,280 customers (previously 960) per MileGate subrack.
Individual services or a combination of the two are possible. An integrated splitter ensures that POTS and ADSL2plus services interact smoothly.
Therefore, the KEYMILE solution requires no external splitter to be installed.

Together with MileGate’s VoIP Media Gateway and the V5.2 interface in MileGate, network operators can integrate POTS and ISDN services directly via SIP and H.248 into the VoIP network architecture, or via a V5.2 interface into traditional exchanges. The advantage to the network
operators: by simply swapping the Gateway protocol from TDM to Ethernet/IP, they can seamlessly migrate to an NGN network.

The MileGate 64-port cards for broadband Internet access and voice services can be ordered as of immediate effect.


KEYMILE is one of the leading manufacturers of Next-Generation data transmission systems. The product portfolio includes flexible and robust multi-service access platforms, as well as stand-alone data transmission solutions The multi-service access platforms allow telecommunications providers to supply a variety of voice and data services via copper wire and fibre optics. Simultaneous availability of standard and IP-based data transmission guarantees smooth migration to the Next Generation Network.
KEYMILE systems are used for reliable data transmission in mission-critical areas of telecommunications networks used by railway companies and energy suppliers, as well as in mobile and professional mobile radio networks. The company has major business bases in Germany and Switzerland, as well as subsidiaries and partners world wide and has installed systems in more than 100 countries. For more information visit www.keymile.com.

Press contacts:

Head of Marketing & Communication
Marion Baumann
Wohlenbergstrasse 3
D-30179 Hanover
Tel. +49-511-6747-205
Fax: +49-511-6747-262

Hanna Greve
Account Manager
Nussbaumstrasse 12
D-80336 Munich
Tel. +49-89-59997-756
Fax: +49-89-59997-999
Amtsgericht München, HRB-Nummer 114932
Geschäftsführer: Alain Blaes


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