InCoax debuts new products for XGS-PON market

Created August 17, 2021
Technologies and Products

InCoax’s new has debuted a new device which, it claims, allows service providers to realize Gigabit symmetrical broadband speeds over existing coaxial infrastructure. It enables high speed communications and entertainment services to subscribers and provides IPTV services and can also co-exist with legacy TV services during a phase-over period for faster adoption of ALL-IP services. The D2501 has a new software implementation conforming to the Broadband Forum’s TR-419 specification for integration to existing network management systems.

The new D2501 MoCA Access™ DPU will be launched commercially in September 2021 following a pre-launch during the Fiberconnect event in July 2021 by partner company Technetix. Operators have been deploying GPON and are now moving over to symmetrical XGS-PON, and the D2501 is designed to offer Fiber Access Extension into Multi Dwelling Units (MDU) in XGS-PON Networks.

InCoax says the current InCoax MoCA Access 2.5 in:xntd platform is a cost-effective and fast way compared to fibre/LAN cabling to execute the fibre deployment strategy in Multi-Dwellings Units (MDUs) all the way to the consumer. Implementing the new InCoax’s Fiber Access Extension solution accelerates number of target deployments because the majority of operators are using PON this device and shortens the time to increased revenue for the operator.

“This new product will be a great complement to the existing portfolio of controllers offered by InCoax. It increases the target market by supporting several fibre up-link options as XGS-PON, XG-PON, GPON, Active Optical Networks with 1/2.5/10 Gigabit northbound link speed. The D2501 also offers several advanced management options such as NETCONF/YANG or TR-069” says Helge Tiainen, head of product management, Marketing & Sales, InCoax Networks.

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by Peter Dykes

Peter Dykes is a independent telecoms and technology journalist who has over that last 30 years written for a wide range of B2B publications and companies. A former BT engineer, he specialises in networks and associated support systems. He is currently Editor of Optical Connections.