Keymile will be showcasing its comprehensive portfolio for ultrafast, future-proof broadband access via copper and optical fibre lines at the ANGA COM, in hall 7 and on stand A11. The portfolio offers solutions for all types of FTTx network architecture: Keymile has a range ofVDSL2/vectoring and G.fast products so that copper wire networks can be used in the best possible way. Thanks to the optical connection systems, network operators can implement active and passive network architecture with high levels of port density.
Keymile will be presenting its MileGate 2112, the latest member of the MileGate family, at ANGA COM for the first time. This represents a new addition to Keymile’s range of FTTB solutions. Designed like a pizza box, MileGate 2112 offers 16 G.fast ports and complements Keymile’s previous 8-port G.fast system with a solution for multi-home buildings. “We’re noticing a clear trend towards rising FTTB expansion and can now offer our customers an ideal response, even in larger multi-home buildings,” comments Lothar Schwemm, Keymile’s CEO.
The company will also be presenting a further increase in its product range for passive optical fibre networks (PONs) at the broadband show. Applications such as cloud services are ever more frequently requiring symmetrical transmission rates downstream and upstream. Keymile’s response is to launch the XGS-PON card for MileGate 3510 by the end of this year. XGS-PON enables symmetrical transmission rates of 10 Gbps. Keymile is also working on NG-PON2 (Next Generation Passive Optical Network 2), the successor to the XGS-PON product generation. Data rates of up to 40 Gbps on the optical fibre will then be achieved via wavelength division multiplexing.