Pannaway Networks, a designer and developer of ethernet/IP multi-service access platforms, has announced the availability of its new 2.5 GPON access modules and a higher speed 10GbE transport fabric for its MAGNM-20 multi-service access platform.
Pannaway’s MAGNM-20 is a carrier-class, non-blocking GPON platform based on ethernet. It can be upgraded to support new access technologies without any disruption to existing network operation.
According to the company the 10 GbE transport fabric for the MAGNM-20 is the next iteration of its separated access/transport fabric and will enable telcom companies to increase the performance of their MAGNM-20 platform. The new 10 GbE transport fabric can also be deployed without causing disruption to a client’s operational network.
Bill Fogg, network planner for Waitsfield and Champlain Valley Telecom, said: The Service Convergence Network architecture allows us to add upgrades to the core network we’ve built with Pannaway over the last two years, as we prepare to add more than 200 Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) subscribers.