Hsinchu, Taiwan, 21 October 2014 – The consumer world today is a bandwidth-hungry place. According to recent research, the average number of Internet-connected devices per household is 5.7. Broadband subscribers expect to watch multiple simultaneous HD video streams, upload and download multimedia files, and use bandwidth-hungry peer-to-peer services throughout their homes from both wired and wireless devices without a glitch--or a hefty bill.
Smart home services and the growing popularity of the “Internet of Things” also mean that sensors, gateways and controllers are being connected to home networks in increasing numbers, adding to the growing demand for speed, bandwidth, and reliability already experienced by Service Providers.
Zyxel Communications, a global leader in the development of transformative and labor-saving networking technology for twenty-five years, fully understands the challenges created by this ever-increasing need for bandwidth and speed, helping Service Providers stay ahead of the market. Our tailored, cost-effective solutions encompass everything customers need to create a first rate, high-capacity infrastructure, from the central office all the way to the home.
Ultimate performance means optimal customer value
Zyxel’s VDSL2 Vectoring technology, a central feature of the company’s new VMG8924/VMG8948 VDSL CPE range, is a perfect example of how ZyXEL can help Service Providers realize maximum return on investment from their existing assets.
By cancelling the crosstalk generated within bundled VDSL2 lines, vectoring effectively doubles the available bandwidth, and almost triples service coverage. With additional features, such as DSL bonding and a combo DSL/Ethernet WAN interface, the ZyXEL VMG8924/VMG8948 series offers unparalleled link availability, flexibility and performance, enabling Service Providers to extract every bit of value from their aging copper networks.
FTTx services brought by the E2E GPON solutions
ZyXEL also offers a full range of E2E GPON solutions, allowing Service Providers to transition seamlessly from DSL to fiber, and ultimately roll-out Fiber-to-the-Home Triple Play services with broadband, television and telephone connectivity all carried over a single fiber link.
The modular chassis of the OLT2412/2406 gives Service Providers the flexibility to select and implement the most cost-effective fiber technologies and deployment models for their networks. It can accommodate up to 8/4 line cards, two uplink cards (2412 only) and two management cards. Along with a maximum of 2048/1024 GPON connections, the Zyxel OLT also provides up to 32/16 active fiber access connections, In addition, management cards, uplink cards and power modules can be configured as redundant components to offer another level of network stability.
The unique scalability and flexibility of Zyxel’s comprehensive range of VDSL2 and FTTx products stems from its extensive worldwide experience in the deployment of industry leading access solutions, as well as the company’s long-standing determination to help service providers lower their investment risk, streamline network integration, and stay ahead of the competition.
Visit us at Booth 40, Hall 11 of Broadband World Forum 2014 for a live demonstration of our industry leading solutions, a chance to speak to our experts about customer-focused innovations, and an opportunity to see the technology of the future in operation today.
About Zyxel Communications
Zyxel Communications delivers technological innovations and has connected the world to the Internet for more than 30 years. Whether it’s a matter of establishing access through fixed or mobile broadband solutions, at Zyxel we offer a comprehensive and flexible portfolio of products that’s right for worldwide leading Service Providers and their subscribers.
Zyxel is a global force in the communications market with an unrivalled international presence that includes:
- 150 markets served
- Strong local presence throughout five continents
- 1,000,000 businesses and homes working smarter with Zyxel solutions 100 million devices creating global connections