ADTRAN, a supplier of advanced networking solutions, currently supplemented the series of the industry’s foremost Fiber to the Home (FTTH) portfolio with the Total Access 1600 series. This novel series is a related group of 1RU form-factor optical line terminals (OLTs) supporting either Ethernet FTTH (Active Ethernet) or Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON).
A new addition to the FTTH product line of ADTRAN is the OLTs, which provides an effective solution in the utilization of lower subscriber densities that need decreased port-counts. These new solutions generate 40 Gbps per system network uplink capability, multi-system link aggregation, Ethernet ring support, and stacking options. It occupies less space.
The network requirements are being furnished for deployments of Total Access 1600 series. It offers multiple cost optimized access-side interface options including 48-port Gigabit Ethernet, and 4, 8, and 16-port GPON. The entire Total Access line of ONTs with its absolute backward compatibility facilitates a seamless transition for service providers whose existing network is being extended with FTTH service coverage, or to implement the service in new areas. The prestigious Service Management System of ADTRAN manages the entire Total Access portfolio of Broadband Access solutions, minimizing the relational operational costs.
ADTRAN Broadband Access product line manager, Darrell Brown said that the Total Access 1600 is an appropriate solution that will cater to the requirements of various service providers who anticipate providing fiber based broadband access services with limited serving locations. The Total Access 1600 is a part of ADTRAN’s extensive Total Access line of products which is developed to meet the deployment demands, thereby reducing the costs.