September 25, 2012
Aurora Networks Expands Fiber-to-the-Premises Solution, Featured at 2012 FTTH Conference & Expo
By Madhubanti Rudra
With the broadband industry seemingly in a mood to migrate to an all-IP environment, the well-known optical access solution provider for cable operators, Aurora Networks, is committed to enabling operators to accommodate ever-growing capacity needs by providing them with optimized, next-generation solutions.
To this end, the company recently expanded its Fiber-to-the-Premises (FTTP) solution portfolio, introducing new PON optical network terminals.
Aurora Networks’ extensive FTTP portfolio now includes RFoG, RFPON, Node PON, Trident7 chassis-based solutions and a comprehensive selection of solution-optimized ONTs.
The enhancement is expected to enable service providers to cost-effectively deliver all optical IP Ethernet-based services to residential or commercial customers, Aurora Networks claimed in a statement.
Aurora Networks’ new PON ONTs include:
In addition, Aurora Networks’ service provisioning and management platform addresses fault management, configuration, network performance, security and accounting functions, and ensures that service providers have the best combination of affordability, ease of use, reliability and quality of service.
“We continue to see increased interest from service providers in our end-to-end FTTP solutions as the industry continues to migrate to an all-IP environment,” said vice president of marketing at Aurora Networks, John Dahlquist. “Because we are dedicated to the evolution, our goal is to provide the right solution for the targeted problem and enable service providers to not only optimize their networks, but tap into additional revenue streams.”
“Aurora Networks’ embedded set-top box RF return solution provides plug-and-play operation. Operators can enjoy superior performance and cost efficiencies when compared to implementing the traditional dedicated analog upstream optical transmission approach,” said chief network architect at Aurora Networks, James Farmer.
Recognizing the industry's continued push to migrate to an all-IP network and dedicated to the evolution of cable, the company examined the challenges associated with this trend and analyzed the benefits of different architectures, and finally recommended Digital HFC (Hybrid Fiber Coax) architecture as an optimal solution for cable operators.
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Edited by Braden Becker
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