FREMONT, CA--(Marketwired - Oct 21, 2013) - Ikanos Communications, Inc. (
Earlier this year Ikanos demonstrated its performance leadership by achieving an aggregate data rate of 150Mbps at a distance of 500 meters in a 192-port DSLAM configuration, as validated in multiple OEM and carrier lab trials. Additionally, the company had demonstrated 300Mbps aggregate performance at 200 meters ideal for short-loop FTTdp deployments. With the introduction of its next-generation G.fast capable platform, Ikanos is once again establishing its technology leadership, with an architecture that is designed to support all the CPE and CO requirements in the G.fast specification, including line-power, VDSL2 fallback, and G.vector, configurable as single or multi-port. With the Neos™ architecture, and the ensuing CPE and CO products, Ikanos' product portfolio will span the full range of FTTx deployments with industry-leading rate-reach performance, as well as scalability in distance, throughput, and port-count.
As consumer demand for higher bandwidth continues its rapid growth, the emergence of G.fast enables telcos to leverage the existing copper infrastructure and deliver on the promise of gigabit connectivity, without having to burden themselves with the large capital expenditures typical of FTTH deployments. Today's announcement by Ikanos once again puts the company at the forefront of DSL technology to drive the adoption and implementation of the G.fast standard, and to empower global carriers with state-of-the-art gigabit broadband capabilities.
"The introduction of our next-generation G.fast platform is a testament to Ikanos' commitment to advancements in DSL technology and to our dedication to driving the industry forward while bringing innovative and differentiated products to our customers," said Omid Tahernia, president and CEO at Ikanos. "To us G.fast is not simply the next step in the evolution of the DSL standard. G.fast enables the realization of a vision where hybrid fiber-copper networks turn the promise of gigabit broadband into reality for telcos, effectively eliminating the need for costly FTTH deployments. While Ikanos has been at the forefront of driving the G.fast standardization efforts and is a strong advocate of standards compliancy and interoperability, we have maintained our focus on innovation and believe our G.fast family of products will bring unique and differentiated power profiles and robust transmission features to our customers, putting Ikanos in a leading position as the industry adopts the new standard."
Ikanos will be showcasing its next-generation G.fast development platform at Broadband World Forum 2013, held Oct 22-24, in Amsterdam. Prototype availability is scheduled for the second quarter of 2014.
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