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Broadcom rolls out DPoE 1.0 portfolio

15 Jul 2013

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Broadcom Corp. has revealed that its end-to-end EPON ONU and OLT chipsets and DML software are ready for deployment in DPoE 1.0 environments. The firm teamed up with CableLabs, multi-system operators (MSOs) and industry OEMs on defining the requirements for the DPoE 1.0 specifications and played an instrumental role in co-authoring the standard, which will enable new business and mobile backhaul service opportunities for cable MSOs, stated the company.

Broadcom's EPON ONU and OLT chipsets claim to work seamlessly with Broadcom's DML software, allowing cable operators to easily migrate their networks from 1Gb/s to 10Gb/s rates while preserving DOCSIS back-office operations. Broadcom continues to work with the industry and CableLabs to accelerate OEM time-to-market with standards-based, interoperable DPoE System equipment.

The 1G EPON and 10G EPON access technologies offer the bandwidth, scale and features required to deliver demanding business and mobile backhaul services. CableLabs DPoE 1.0 specification fully supports the DOCSIS provisioning processes, enabling new business connectivity services to be delivered cost-effectively over fibre access networks, yet managed similarly to conventional cable networks.

CableLabs recently qualified DPoE 1.0 Systems and ONU products through its certification process.

All Broadcom EPON, ONU and OLT SoC and DML software supporting CableLabs DPoE 1.0 Qualification in CableLabs' Certification Waves 97 and 98 are available.




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