Monday, October 22, 2007

Occam Networks Announces GPON Product Line

Occam Networks announced GPON capabilities for its BLC 6000 system based on a new "Occam Packet Engine" chip. Using this chip, a single OLT blade switches packets at a multigigabit per second rate, performs deep packet inspection on millions of packets per second, manages 2,048 data streams, and delivers hardware-based QoS, security, and multicast management.



Occam expects new products based on this chip to be available in Q1 2008, with the exception of its ON 2445, which is anticipated in Q2 2008.



Occam said its system supports full line-rate bandwidth for every GPON port simultaneously, both inter-blade and into the backhaul. This is critical for high IP-HDTV on-demand take rates.



Occam's initial GPON solutions will include:

  • The BLC 6322 OLT: four GPON ports. A single Occam BLC 6012 shelf will support up to 48 GPONs.


  • The ON 2442 ONT: single family residence, two POTS and four Ethernet ports.


  • The ON 2444 ONT: single family residence, two POTS and four Ethernet ports, and 1555 nm RF broadcast.


  • The ON 2445 ONT: single family residence, two POTS and four Ethernet ports, 1555 nm RF broadcast, and HPNAv3.


  • The ON 2451 ONT: multiple dwelling unit, 4 - 8 POTS ports, 8 - 16 Ethernet ports, 1555 nm RF broadcast, and HPNAv3.1.


Occam's GPON blades and ONTs are integrated into the company's BLC 6000 access system, which now supports 10GigE, GigE, ADSL2Plus, DS1, HPNA, RF video, Ethernet, VoIP, POTS, and now GPON.

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