Featured technologies highlight how company has evolved the delivery of optical IP Ethernet-based services
SANTA CLARA,CA – September 23, 2013 – Aurora Networks, Inc., the number one optical access solution provider for cable operators, today announced it will showcase its industry-leading products and technologies that are defining the evolution to broadband at the 2013 FTTH Conference & Expo, taking place September 30-October 2 in Tampa, Florida. Aurora Networks’ innovative product lines provide operators with a direct pathway to deliver fiber transported high-speed data for commercial and residential services.
In line with the company’s dedication to designing, engineering, and commercializing fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) solutions that enable standards-based delivery of services to residential homes and businesses, Aurora Networks will display its unified PON portfolio along with its RFoG and RFPON solutions at the show. This includes demonstrations of products and solutions that enable operators to not only optimize their current networks, but also prepare for the future.
Aurora Networks will display its industry-changing FTTP product line at booth #618. Leading experts from the company will be on-site to discuss industry trends and answer questions on solutions and technologies.
In addition, Brian Lane, product line manager, access networks solutions, Aurora Networks, will deliver a presentation in the session titled, “Fiber to the Home Deployments: Optimizing FTTX Networks with Performance Management,” on Monday, September 30, from 9:45 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. (EDT) in rooms 15/16.
What Aurora Networks Says
“The technologies that we are demonstrating at the FTTH Conference & Expo showcase our dedication to the evolution of today’s providers into successful broadband operators,” said John Dahlquist, vice president, marketing, Aurora Networks. “Innovations such as our PON portfolio and OBI-free™ RFoG and RFPON solutions exemplify our ability to develop quality technologies to not only fit operators’ current needs, but optimize their networks to evolve to match tomorrow’s capacity requirements.”
Aurora Networks’ Solutions at FTTH Conference & Expo
- Unified PON Portfolio – Aurora Networks’ PON portfolio enables broadband operators to cost-effectively deliver all optical IP Ethernet-based services to the home or commercial customer. The extensive PON portfolio includes Node PON(tm), Trident7(r) platforms and Element Management System, and a comprehensive selection of Optical Network Terminals (ONTs). Aurora Networks will also demonstrate its latest Trident7 Optical Line Terminal (OLT) blade, T7-PIM-8802, which offers twice the port density of previous Trident7 OLT blades. Operators, armed with these technologies, have a comprehensive, end-to-end IP networking solution.
- RFoG and RFPON Solutions – Aurora Networks’ RFoG and RFPON (RFoG plus PON) solutions support both direct-fed and distributed RFoG architectures. Aurora Networks’ portfolio includes the RFoG customer premises equipment (CPE) product range along with its VHub(tm) and PON technology. At the show, Aurora Networks will highlight its latest Node PON unit, GE4404 and optical beat interference (OBI)-free RFoG ONU, the industry’s first and only standards-compliant OBI-free RFoG solution. With these solutions, Aurora Networks enables the most cost-effective way for operators to deliver services over fiber.
About Aurora Networks
As the number one optical access solution provider for cable operators, Aurora Networks is dedicated to the evolution of the broadband industry by providing optimized solutions that enable operators to accommodate ever-growing capacity needs. Along with its superior customer service and support, Aurora Networks is delivering innovation for the future. To learn more about Aurora Networks’ core solutions, please call 408-235-7000 or visit www.aurora.com.
Aurora Networks, the Aurora Networks logo and Trident7 are registered and Node PON, OBI-free and VHub are trademarks of Aurora Networks, Inc., in the United States and other countries. Other marks are the property of their respective owners and are used here only for identification purposes.