- High Density ADSL2+
- Line Card with Splitter
- Operates in the MXK 819/823 and MXK 319 Chassis
- Environmentally Hardened
- Broadcom Phy-R Support
- ADSL2+ Bonding Support
MXK ADSL2+ Bomding Capable Line Cards with Splitter: MXK-ADSL2+BCM-48A, MXK-ADSL2+SPLTR600-BCM-48A-2S, MXK-ADSL2+SPLTR900-BCM-48A-2S
DZS’ MXK intelligent terabit access concentrator reflects a clean-sheet approach to truly scalable multi-service architecture, designed to meet the rapidly evolving demands on access networks. The MXK is a full-featured Multi Service Access Platform enabling service providers to combine data, video and voice in one platform over a pure packet access network. MXK gives carriers the flexibility to cost-effectively deliver triple play services over existing facilities. The ADSL2+ line cards for the MXK are high density modules that provide very high speed non-blocking asymmetrical bandwidth for the MXK 819/823 and MXK 319 Chassis.
DZS’ ADSL2+ line cards for the MXK have 48 ports providing ADSL2+ speeds, which include the ability for higher upstream speeds (up to 3Mbps) using Annex M. The ADSL2+ line cards also support an optional integrated POTS splitter to reduce central office cost, installation and cabling.
ADSL2+ Bonding is supported on this line card effectively doubling the available bandwidth to the subscriber. Bonding two ADSL lines together provides the opportunity to extend current subscriber services further from the central office. ADSL line bonding also provides more bandwidth for service subscribers looking to deploy high-revenue services such as IPTV. As with other technologies, DZS offers a complete end-to-end bonded ADSL solution with the 6228 Bonded ADSL2+ modem.
DZS’ SLMS (Single Line Multi-Service) access operating system provides intelligent functionality across all the company’s hardware products. Driven by 8 years of experience in commercial operation and collaboration with 700+ service providers worldwide, DZS’ SLMS software delivers functionality critical to today’s access networks in advanced networking, quality of experience, voice, security, and management.View printable version