Albis Technologies and Elcon Systemtechnik showcase products at ANGA COM 2015

Created June 23, 2015
Technologies and Products

Albis Technologies and ELCON Systemtechnik have showcased a combined product portfolio, demonstrating several breakthroughs in all-IP voice migration with ISDN over Internet, remote powering for FTTx and mobile cell nodes, and hosted IPTV and OTT video provisioning.

The ANGA COM exhibition and conference, held in mid-June in Cologne, Germany, marked the first time that the two companies teamed up after their recent acquisition by UET United Electronic Technology.

The companies’ business access solutions together enable the launch of new Carrier Ethernet services, “bringing the potential for significant business growth to customers.” On display at ANGA COM was the ACCEED family of Ethernet Demarcation Devices, including the MEF-certified BIG 2862 all-in-one Carrier Ethernet gateway.

The new partners says that by using these solutions for connectivity services, mobile backhaul, and wholesale applications, operators are able to “improve time to market while maintaining high-integrity networks”.

Another highlight at ANGA COM was the BIG 5530 broadband intelligent gateway, which offers a seamless migration and business continuity, optimizing the delivery of ISDN services over all-IP networks.

In the area of powering and optimization solutions, the fully-managed RPS 1600 remote powering system and management platform was demonstrated. When leveraged for power feed and network management use cases, the solutions bring increased operational efficiency to operators while optimizing use of existing infrastructure.

At ANGA COM, the companies also provided a live demonstration of an IPTV and OTT solution featuring SceneGate set-top boxes., which are designed to support a variety of traditional (IPTV, broadcast television, and VOD) and value-added services (OTT, interactive content, and media sharing) without requiring operators to build a dedicated network and infrastructure, enabling them to create new and improved revenue streams.


By Matthew Peach


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by Matthew Peach

Matthew Peach is a freelance technology journalist specialising in photonics and communications. He has previously worked for several business-to-business publishers, editing a range of high-tech magazines and websites.