Network operators increasingly want to provide high performance broadband services to subscribers in rural areas. With the OLT network nodes V5808 and V5816, network operators can connect subscribers to their network cost efficiently. Thanks to the small footprint the GPON system is easy to install also in case of limited space. The interfaces can be flexibly adapted to the network requirements.
V5808 and V5816 are compact GPON OLTs, providing respectively 8 and 16 GPON ports. They enable network operators to provide optical fiber based broadband services also in low density areas with a minimum of investment.
For the uplink it offers four SFP+- based 10/1 GbE and four electrical GbE ports. All interfaces are accessible on the front of the robust 1 RU high network node. Both mini OLTs fulfill the high requirements of network operators regarding flexibility and availability. The redundant power supply protects the OLTs of failures in case of power brake-downs and ensures an uninterrupted operation.
The PON layer is terminated on the V5808 and V5816 and translated to an Ethernet uplink in order to be transported through an Ethernet/IP environment. Both OLTs are deliverable with AC or DC power supplies.
V5808 and V5816 offer cost efficient FTTx services thanks to the point-to-multipoint concept realized with PON technology. The use of passive optical splitters in opposite to active switch systems makes passive optical networks a cost-efficient solution.
The mini GPON OLTs offer all needed adaption functions for providing a wide range of service like Ethernet, IP telephony and IP-based video services. For IPTV applications the ONTs support IGMP. Adding or removing ONUs from the splitter does not affect the PON service.
Up to 128 termination points can be connected to each GPON port via the splitter. There are different deployment topologies for PON networks possible, which differentiate themselves from the place the optical fiber is terminated. Depending on the subscriber type and desired network topology, the operator may adopt FTTH, FTTB or FTTC. In case of very high bandwidth requirements of a user, single users can be connected without a splitter. Thus, data rates of up to 2.5 Gbps downstream and 1.25 Gbps upstream can be realized.
V5808 and V5816 are completely managed via the INAS element manager. In addition SNMPv2/v3 for alarming and remote management is available.
Also see the DZS MXK-F1419 – Same product specs but is the 19″ model and holds 14 Access Cards.
Also see the DZS MXK-F219. With its MXK-F14xx lineage, it has exactly the same high-capacity backplane and high-speed virtues found in its larger siblings – except on a 2U 19″ form factor.