Wireline carriers are faced with the difficult challenge of transforming their existing networks to provide next-generation services, enabling not only voice and simple broadband connections to the Internet, but newer services such as IPTV and VoIP. Although fiber access technologies may provide the ultimate solution for addressing consumer access bandwidth, the fact remains that there is a massive embedded base of copper access infrastructure. Technological advances, including VDSL2 and Bonded ADSL2+, are enabling ultra-broadband speeds over reduced loop length copper media.
The Total Access 1100 series of standalone, weather-proof FTTN DSLAMs eliminates the need for expensive cabinet enclosures, heat exchangers and site construction.
The Total Access 1200 DSLAMs, 1U high, easily fit in existing RTs. The Total Access 1200 Mini-DSLAMs are sized to accommodate typical line counts and take rates, offering optimum performance for your investment dollars.
The Total Access 3000 DSLAM is designed for market-ready deployment in the CO, RT, or Multi-Tenant Unit environment and provides full DSLAM functionality serving up to 224 ports in only ten inches of rack space. The Total Access 3000 High Density eXpansion (HDX) System enables growth from a single DSLAM (224 port) configuration to a configuration allowing 1344 DSL ports from a single DS3 network feed.