Thursday, October 11, 2012

Broadband Forum Conducts VDSL2 G.vector Testing



The Broadband Forum and the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) conducted the first interoperability testing of chipsets supporting the ITU-T’s new G.vector specifications.


Broadcom, Ikanos, Lantiq, Realtek and Triductor all participated in the plugfest, providing
chipset platforms to test with one another.


Telebyte also participated, providing testequipment to simulate the crosstalk of copper networks during the testing.

“This was the first event in a very important journey and we are looking forward to continued
progress as the innovative technology is implemented and scaled for deployment,” commented Kevin Foster, Head of BT’s UK Access Platform Evolution. “Interoperability has always been a key component of successful large-scale deployment of DSL, and we are looking to the Broadband Forum and UNH-IOL labs to lead these testing efforts to allow Operators to achieve smooth introduction of DSL innovations such as Vectoring.”

http://www.broadband-forum.org


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