Enablence Announces Addition of ONT-2X1 and ONT-4X1 that Support Fiber to the Cell Tower Applications (Mobile Backhaul) and T1 and E1 Ports for High Bandwidth Applications
Enablence Shipping New Products that Support Mobile Backhaul (Fiber-To-The-Cell Tower) and Integrate with T1 and E1 Services for High Bandwidth Business Applications
OTTAWA, ONTARIO–Enablence Technologies Inc. (“Enablence” or the “Company”) (CDNX:ENA.V – News), a leading supplier of fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) equipment for triple-play residential and business services and optical components and subsystems for access, metro and long haul markets, is pleased to announce the addition of the ONT-2X1 and ONT-4X1 to its industry leading Optical Network Terminal (ONT) product lines that support fiber-to-the-cell tower applications (Mobile Backhaul) and supports two and four T1 and E1 ports with each port carrying either 24 or 30 channels of digital voice or data – specially designed for deployments for small business premises and applications that require the use of high bandwidth.
T1 lines are commonly used for telecommunications in North America, Japan, and South Korea and E1 lines are predominantly used in Europe.
The technology used for the new products is Pseudowire, which is an emulation of a native service over a packet switched network (PSN). The products are capable of handling major communications industry standards. The two new products – ONT-2X1 and ONT-4X1 – provide maximum bandwidth efficiency and interoperability, consistent with industry Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF-8) standards.
“With the introduction of the ONT-2X1 and ONT-4X1 we are able to expand our market reach with increased deployment options for existing telecommunications lines. They are also particularly exciting because they can provide cellular networks that are being upgraded a capability to handle high bandwidth requirements of today’s sophisticated phones and an economic way for carriers to increase the bandwidth delivered to their cell towers.” said Arvind Chhatbar, CEO of Enablence.
To learn more about the technology, view the PWE3 Circuit Emulation Technology webinar delivered by an Enablence product manager at www.enablence.com/pwe3webinar.
About Enablence Technologies Inc.
Enablence Technologies Inc., (CDNX:ENA.V – News) a publicly traded company headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, designs, manufactures and sells optical components, subsystems and systems to a global customer base.
Enablence’s Systems Division has an expanding fiber-to-the-premise (FTTP) product portfolio featuring a variety of architectural options. It enables service providers to evolve their access networks from traditional copper-based networks to advanced optical communications access networks that are based on state of the art IP and Ethernet standards, for triple-play voice, video and data services including HDTV, IP Telephony and ultrafast internet access. The Division’s network equipment has been deployed with 420 service providers worldwide that serve over 4 million subscribers.
Enablence’s Optical Components and Subsystems Division is a global leader in applying Planar Lightwave Circuit (PLC) technology to integrate multiple components into a single optical chip to reduce footprint and costs. Network and equipment designers around the world turn to Enablence for a variety of components and subsystems for access, metro and long-haul including transceivers, splitters, waveguides, optical channel monitors, multiplexers, ROADMs, switches, tunable dispersion compensators, and photodiodes. The Division serves over 120 system and subsystem developers and its products have been integrated in all major communications networks worldwide, serving tens of millions of subscribers.