Basic FTTx Application(With IMS/Softswitching/IP MAN description)

SIP Phone With IMS service(Basic FTTx Application)

 Basic FTTx Networks

OLT  uplink connection detail description

 What is FTTx Networks? How is the Internet/IMS/SoftSwitching, PSTN or ATM/FR/DDN integrated into FTTX solution? And what is the application difference  between FTTB/FTTO/FTTH solutions?

 All those question can be easily explained by the above “FOT Basic FTTx Application” solution picture. As we know, the answer should be focused on the key element in this application solution: OLT.

 OLT, also called an Optical Line Terminal, is a device which serves as the service provider endpoint of a passive optical network.

It provides two main functions:

  1. To perform conversion between the electrical signals used by the service provider’s equipment and the fiber optic passive component signals used by the passive optical network.
  2. To coordinate the multiplexing between the conversion devices on the other end of that network (called optical network terminals or optical network units).

 Various application providers, such as local Internet integrator, Telecom vendor, Cable/HFC operators or third party SI(Service Integrator), is offering those application service via GPON/EPON OLT:

  • Internet access.
  • TV.
  • Voice call/VoIP.
  • Multimedia service(eg.IMS video Call,Instant Message,Unified Communications etc).
  • Camera monitoring.
  • Triple play(data+VoIP+TV) service. 

 Obviously, among the FTTB/FTTO/FTTH solutions…, no matter which one you prefer to choose, there will be a suitable application service for you..

Description:

  • Internet/IMS/SoftSwitching,PSTN or ATM/FR/DDN integration.
  • EPON provides high upstream bandwidth.
  • High-end residences/villas/houses or apartments (FTTH).
  • Office or business (FTTO/FTTB).
  • Internet Access, Voice, Video Conferencing.

 FTTx Solution/Fiber Optic Equipment

 Fiber Optic Telecom (FOT) Co., Limited is a value-added system integrator and supplier of fiber optic network equipment, communication terminal products, such as EPON/GPON OLT/ONU, EoC, CATV receiver, Power line adapter, VDSL2 modem. The company specializes in providing various fiber network solutions based on clients’ unique needs.

GPON OLT/ONT

 FOT GPON OLT/ONT series, which designed as residential gateway with VoIP, CATV and WiFi function to provide triple play services for fiber to the home network. GPON ONT product compliant with ITU-T G.984.1/2/3/4, with up to 2.5Gbps downstream and 1.25Gbps upstream. 

EPON OLT

 An all-in-one access platform that provides integrated access, FOT EPON OLT Series helps simplify network architecture and enable seamless migration in FTTx network.

Passive Component/ODN

 With features like high access density, high reliability, easy maintenance and energy saving, the FOT Passive Component/ODN series helps reduce costs and enhance service provisioning efficiency.

EPON ONU

 Fiber Optic Telecom’s EPON ONU optical network unite bases on mature Ethernet Passive Optic Network technology and complies with IEEE.802.3ah EPON standard.

RFoG CATV Optical Receiver

 FTTH CATV Optical Receiver is designed for PON FTTH broadband analog or digital RF/CATV services. Including various type of features,is suitable for different applications.

Home Gateway & IP Terminal 

 This Home Gateway/IP terminal series page included Wireless VoIP Home Gateway,IP Phone,IP Camera etc. With the help of IP Camera,we can easily build a perfect security and intelligent Monitoring System by one cable. IP Phone is offering us VoIP call,Voice/Video conference,IMS service,UC(Unified Communication) service,and ICT(Information and Communication Technology) ability ,making our life more Interesting,Exciting and Creative … 

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