New Low-Power FTTH Modem From Iskratel

  • Active Ethernet
  • FTTH
  • Iskratel
  • ONTs
KRANJ, SLOVENIA - Slovenian equipment vendor Iskratel launched its newest FTTH network-termination product, which it calls "probably the lowest-power-consumption FTTH modem available on the market." The company says the power consumption of the Gemini40F modem is far below the reference limits set by the EU.

The Gemini40F  is part of Iskratel's latest Ethernet point-to-point access solution, which is designed for operators of open-access networks. The modem supports the delivery of triple-play services – Internet, VoIP and IP video,  including bandwidth-consuming HDTV. Its embedded management through the Iskratel Central Office access node SI3000 MSAN contributes to its efficiency, cost-effectiveness and accessibility.

With a 4-port switch installed, the Gemini40F enables service separation and prioritization with bandwidth limitation.  The product offers multiple housing options and custom features such as local powering using Power over Ethernet.


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