xPON networks provide high throughput point-to-multipoint connections from the Point of Presence (POP) to customer premises. It is popularly used in massive deployment for broadband triple-play services, offering a competitive CapEx and OpEx business model for ISPs and cable operators. Raisecom xPON product line provides both GPON and next-generation 10G PON as XG/XGS-PON technologies for different access bandwidth profiles. A variety of symmetric/asymmetric 2.5GE/10GE downstream and 1.25GE/10GE upstream bit rates are available for ISPs and cable operators to choose their most suitable solutions.
Raisecom xPON portfolio offers a handful of selections at central office side, including large-sized, medium-sized, small-sized and compact rack-mounted OLTs to address different scenarios from intensive populated metropolitans to scattered suburban areas. At subscriber side, various ONTs ranging from simple bridge units (SFU), multi-dwelling units (MDU), home gateway units (HGU) to enterprise and industrial hardened models for different network architectures. In addition to product form factors, Raisecom also differentiates one variety from another according to application scenarios. Low density models serve rural and suburban areas, while those with high density are competent to metropolitan service area coverage. A wide selection of automation tools such as TR-069 based auto provisioning, remote network management and performance monitoring and redundant network topologies are also provided for ISPs and cable operators to achieve a profitable business mode in FTTX deployment rollout.