Keymile has expanded its portfolio of broadband solutions, with the launch of the MileGate 3510, a new GPON OLT for passive fibre optic networks which allows network operators to run FTTB and FTTH fibre optic networks using passive optical infrastructures. Installed in a 6 HU subrack, the MileGate 3510 offers high port density of up to 96 GPON ports. As uplink, it supports four 1/10 GbE Ethernet interfaces.
With high scalability and energy efficiency, the MileGate 3510 can be managed centrally via the Keymile network management system, UNEM.
Keymile will showcase the MileGate 3510 and its comprehensive portfolio of high-speed broadband access solutions at this year’s AngaCom, with the company also displaying its flexible multi-service access platform, MileGate 2510/2310/2200 and the MileGate 2012, a G.fast-micro-DSLAM that has been optimised for FTTB installations.
The system allows a cable TV signal to be fed into every port, over an additional wavelength and concurrently with IP data traffic. Network operators can supply their fibre optic customers with an extensive range of TV programmes easily and cost-effectively, without having to set up a complex IPTV infrastructure.