Tag: dsl

Triple-Play Service for MDUs

Telecom operators have historically had two tools available to them to connect broadband and video services to subscribers: fiber and copper. The most common approach to broadband delivery involves the use of a digital subscriber line access multiplexer (DSLAM) that connects the DSL network to the subscriber over a digital fiber link, with twisted-pair copper,…

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Gigabit Throughput for MDUs

Telecom operators have historically had two tools available to them to connect broadband and video services to subscribers: fiber and copper. The most common approach to broadband delivery involves the use of a DSLAM that connects the DSL network to the subscriber over a digital fiber link, with twisted-pair copper covering the last mile to…

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NSG Exo: Your Link to Gigabit Throughput

Our next-generation Distributed Access Architecture (DAA) solution, NSG™ Exo, allows providers of data, video and voice services to use their existing digital fiber networks to overcome the bandwidth limitations of DSL – and to avoid the upgrade costs of pulling fiber to individual subscribers. – Keith Lissak, Product Marketing Director, Harmonic

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