India Telecom 2012: Alphion launches AOLT-4200 to address rural broadband market

Telecom Lead India: Alphion India has launched the AOLT-4200, small-form factor, Optical Line Terminal (OLT) platform.

Alphion is targeting rural broadband and mobile backhaul applications.

Bharat P Dave, chairman and managing director of Alphion India

“The AOLT-4200 platform was developed at our Research and Design centers in Mumbai and Chennai to meet the unique requirements of the rural broadband environment and is being locally manufactured by our partner in Sriperumbudir, Tamil Nadu,” said Bharat P Dave, chairman and managing director of Alphion India.

The platform includes timing features needed for wireless mobile backhaul. The ability to backhaul large amounts of data through GPON based access networks solves a major constraint for today’s and future wireless networks.

The AOLT-4200 addresses the bottlenecks and inefficiencies created in wireless backhaul networks as broadband access becomes dominant in base station backhaul and the size of the wireless cells decreases.

Alphion India GPON solutions enable the convergence of wireless and wire-line networks as it is suitable for distribution of any-play voice, high speed Internet, Virtual Private Network (VPN) data, Ethernet Line (ELINE), Ethernet LAN (ELAN), video services (IPTV), Rural Broadband, and Mobile Datacom applications.

Moreover, the product line supports both legacy TDM circuit-switched transport through pseudo-wire emulation and next-generation packet-switched transport through native Ethernet over SynchE and additionally provides assured availability with GPON’s optional network protection switching mechanisms.

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