Thursday, February 11, 2016

Japan's Energia Comm Deploys G.fast with Nokia

Energia Communications (EneCom) is preparing the first commercial deployment of G.fast technology in Japan, initially in the Chugokua region starting in June 2016. The ICT service provider will use its existing copper networks to quickly deliver up to 1Gbps ultra-broadband access to residential subscribers.

The G.fast solution, developed by Nokia's Bell Labs, uses built-in vectoring technology to effectively reduce cross-talk interference that typically impacts data speeds over copper networks, enabling EneCom to achieve speeds close to 1Gbps.

The deployment includes:

  • The 7367 Intelligent Service Access Manager (ISAM) SX-16 which supports G.fast for multiple users and delivers 16 vectored G.fast ports in a climate-controlled and ruggedized housing unit
  • The 7368 ISAM CPE F-010G-P with non-blocking gigabit Ethernet connections for home devices
  • 5520 Access Management System which streamlines the management, configuration, maintenance and troubleshooting of the G.fast network 


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