Teleste will use IBC to highlight its IP over coax solutions.
Teleste says it will highlight the advantages of bringing fibre connections to an apartment building (FttB) and utilizing existing coaxial cables for enabling IP delivery to individual apartments, enabling the cost of building fibre level broadband connections to be reduced to one fifth compared to using fibre all the way.
Products on show include the DOCSIS Access Hub DAH, which provides a solution for introducing high-speed broadband connections to coaxial cable networks and extend IP network inside apartment buildings and hotels by utilising existing coaxial cable infrastructure.
The product includes advanced management tools allowing free capacity allocation, 16 downstream and four upstream channels, QAM64, QAM256, QAM1024 downstream support, QPSK, QAM16, QAM64, QAM256 upstream support, a capacity of 960Mbps downstream and 160 Mbps upstream, remote configuration and management, integrated power supply, amplifier and level 2 switch, Optical interface SFP slot, Ethernet 2xGbE copper and Coax PG11, and encapsulation class IP54
Teleste will exhibit at IBC on stand 4.B77
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