Allied Telesis Supports 1 Gbps to the Customer Premises

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ORLANDO, FL - Access network equipment provider Allied Telesis launched four new gigabit iMG FTTx gateway products, all available for immediate ordering. The company says the new outdoor and indoor iMGs were introduced in response to customer demand for features such as IPv6 migration and improved economic performance. All four models address the rapid market adoption of gigabit speeds for fiber-to-the-home services.

Two outdoor gateways, the AT-iMG2524 and AT-iMG2504, combine integrated triple-play and wire-speed L2 and L3 functionality. Designed for easy installation, the temperature-hardened electronics modules mount in several models of environmental enclosures with fiber trays. The AT-iMG2524, optimized for delivering IP triple-play services in residential applications, has a 1 Gbps single-fiber bidirectional interface, four 10/100/1000TX LAN ports and two FXS voice ports.

The AT-iMG2504 is the same form factor as the AT-iMG2524, minus the FXS voice ports. It fills a growing demand for applications that require a small, cost-effective, hardened industrial switch for data connectivity - for example, utility, transportation and government networks.

The new indoor FTTx products, the AT-iMG1525 and 1505, use the same two-piece indoor gateway design with multiple mounting options that has been deployed for years by service providers worldwide. Both products offer an auto-sensing 100/1000 bidirectional fiber WAN interface and USB host port. The AT-iMG1525 features five 10/100/1000TX LAN ports and two FXS voice ports. The AT-iMG1505 is identical, with the exception of FXS voice ports. The AT-iMG1505 is designed for residential, small business and other applications where a small, economical five-port switch solution is needed for data services.

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