Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Broadcom's EPON ONU and OLT Chipsets Support DOCSIS Provisioning

Broadcom confirmed that its end-to-end EPON ONU and OLT chipsets and DML software are ready to be deployed in DOCSIS provisioning of EPON (DPoE) 1.0 environments.

Broadcom said the 1G EPON and 10G EPON access technologies offer the bandwidth, scale, and features required to deliver demanding business and mobile backhaul services. CableLabs DPoE 1.0 specification fully supports the DOCSIS provisioning processes.

The company has been collaborating with CableLabs, multi-system operators (MSOs) and industry OEMs on defining the requirements for the DPoE 1.0 specifications.

“The DPoE specifications represent a significant achievement on the part of CableLabs, cable MSOs and industry OEMs to create an open standard that achieves full vendor and equipment interoperability. This will further the growth of the cable industry by meeting the bandwidth needs of business users,” said Greg Fischer, Broadcom Vice President and General Manager for Broadband Carrier Access. “As an early supporter of the technology, Broadcom has devoted significant resources to both the standardization process and our product portfolio to make DPoE technology available today.”

CableLabs recently qualified DPoE 1.0 Systems and ONU products through its certification process.

http://www.broadcom.com/press/release.php?id=s775764

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