Aurora Networks Unveils New Technologies

  • Aurora Networks
ORLANDO, FL - Aurora Networks, an optical access solution provider for cable operators, announced enhanced link performance from its multi-wavelength transmitters to its smart node platform, enabling the company to deliver 40 at 40: 40 wavelengths of full-spectrum transmission at 40 km reach with no amplification.

Aurora Networks' enhanced link performance extends from its full-spectrum DWDM transmitter, the AT3545G-xx-1, to its smart node platform with all-QAM loading. With enhanced link performance, operators can significantly increase capacity per subscriber over greater distances. In addition, by providing the ability to passively reach 40 km, operators can improve network performance while future proofing networks with the opportunity for increased scalability.

Aurora Networks' New Trident7 OLT Blade
Aurora also announced its new Trident7 Optical Line Terminal (OLT) blade, which offers double the port density of the current platform, providing operators who use Aurora’s Node PON technology and the Trident7 platform with an optimized end-to-end IP networking solution.

Trident7 platform, the latest addition to the company’s PON portfolio, enhances the company’s capability to deliver the right technology for commercial services. The new Trident7 OLT blade, model T7-PIM-8802, has eight EPON ports. With up to 18 blades in a chassis, assuming a 1x32 split, more than 4,600 ONTs can be supported from a single chassis.

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