Two new CPE devices for multi-gig smart home connectivity from Iskratel

Created April 21, 2023
Technologies and Products

S&T Iskratel has unveiled its Innbox X24 (pictured), a multi-gigabit XGS-PON ONT that offers symmetrical upstream and downstream data rates of 10 Gbps. At the same time, the company also launched the Iskratel Innbox M92, an EasyMesh™ compliant mesh Wi-Fi 6 access point that extends the availability of bandwidth-consuming services over the air with multi-gigabit coverage. The Innbox M92 supports the delivery of services such as multiple ultra-high-definition (UHD) IP TV streams.

The Iskratel Innbox X24 can operate as a bridge or router, offering a dual-box FTTH setup in both single or multi-operator deployments. In addition to a gigabit Ethernet LAN port, the Iskratel Innbox X24 has a 10-gigabit LAN port which supports multi-gigabit speeds of 2.5, 5, and 10 Gbps. The device has an integrated fibre-termination unit (FTU), simplifying deployment and reducing operational expenditure.

The Iskratel Innbox M92 functions as an agent access point or mesh controller but can also utilise its gigabit Ethernet WAN to act as a home gateway in single-box ETTH setups and dual-box setups with FTTH or 5G FWA. While supporting a 1,800 Mbps cumulative Wi-Fi data rate, the Innbox M92 delivers full gigabit throughput over dual-band Wi-Fi 6 and two gigabit Ethernet LAN ports. The device hosts the Innbox Premium Application Suite that enhances security and privacy of users and enables operators to increase revenue.

“The COVID-19 pandemic proved that reliable broadband is paramount for remote working and learning, and with more businesses offering working from home or hybrid working, the market for faster and symmetrical Internet is continuing to expand,” said Mitja Golja, director, Business Development at S&T Iskratel. “With the rapid growth of devices inside the home and in offices, our new CPE devices can meet the demands of upstream and downstream data rates required in every corner of the smart home and business.”

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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.