Cost-effective edge expansion
Service providers urgently need to grow the capacity of their business edge. Until recently, there was only one way to go – the choice of demarcation devices required moving from 1Gbit/s to 10Gbit/s and finally 100Gbit/s. Now, with our FSP 150-XJ128, we’re offering an additional route to improved network capacity. Whether service providers want to take the big step from 1Gbit/s to 25Gbit/s or grow more gradually from 10Gbit/s to 25Gbit/s, our purpose-built 25Gbit/s demarcation device enables operators to align revenue with cost.
Industry-first 25G demarcation device
We’re giving service providers new opportunities to scale their networks in a fine-granular way for improved economics.
Our solution for 25Gbit/s Ethernet connectivity also addresses the emerging needs of mobile, cable and PON networks.
Meeting the needs of 5G and cloud computing
Our FSP 150-XJ128 provides comprehensive OAM capabilities, zero-touch provisioning and accurate synchronization.
Mobile, cable and PON applications demand 25G interfaces
Our solution for 25Gbit/s Ethernet connectivity also addresses the emerging needs of mobile, cable and PON networks. With 5G, base station bandwidth requirements increase to 10Gbit/s and beyond. And the same is true for remote PHY devices in cable networks with DOCSIS 4.0. What’s more, PON OLTs with 25Gbit/s uplinks need cost-efficient network connectivity. Our FSP 150-XJ128 addresses each of these demands without increasing complexity or requiring major investment.
Grow your bandwidth, not your footprint
With its compact design, fanless operation and low power consumption, our FSP 150-XJ128 is engineered for ultimate efficiency.
Our FSP 150-XJ128 does not compromise on OAM capabilities and was designed for fully automated service activation. With MEF 3.0 compliant CE services, our customers don’t need to worry about complex network integration. And, thanks to its SyncE and PTP boundary clock capabilities, this solution is a perfect fit for applications with the most stringent timing and synchronization requirements.