Ce standard pour la transmission de l’Ethernet “in the first/last mile” a été récemment ratifié par l’IEEE et permet donc l’utilisation du 10Gigabit Ethernet utilisant des transmetteur optique passif.
Livermore, CA – Alloptic, a global leader in the development of RF over glass (RFoG) and passive optical networking (PON) solutions for telecom, CATV, and private network operators worldwide, recently announced availability of its 802.3av compliant 10G EPON solution. The 10G-EPON technology, which is available for controlled introduction, is supported from Alloptic’s edge10™ optical line terminal (OLT).
Alloptic has deployed IEEE standard 802.3ah-compliant 1 Gbps EPON (1G-EPON) systems worldwide, supporting a wide range of services, including IPTV, VoIP, and cellular backhaul. IEEE 802.3av builds upon the IEEE standard 802.3ah, allowing seamless upgrades via the simultaneous operation of 1 Gbps and 10 Gbps symmetric and asymmetric EPON systems on the same outside plant. This enables service providers to introduce 10G-based services without replacing existing 1G-EPON customer equipment, thereby minimizing the operational impact of upgrading a large, in-service FTTH network. The recently ratified 802.3av standard leapfrogs other PON technologies with its 10Gbps throughput.