This morning at the 2012 FTTH Conference and Expo, Aurora Networks announced it has added three new PON optical network terminals (ONTs) to its PON lineup.
The three PON optical network terminals – ONT-G4021-RTN-FRU-C, ONT-E4021i-RTN and ONT-E2424F – were designed to simplify the integration of set-top boxes in the field as part of Aurora Networks’ fiber-to-the-premises product line while migrating cable operators to an all-IP environment.
Aurora Networks’ new PON ONTs include:
- ONT-G4021-RTN-FRU-C – Designed for outdoor deployment and rounding out the current GPON ONT portfolio, it features four 1000Base-T, two POTs and one RF port, as well as special functionality to simplify set-top box RF return transport.
- ONT-E4021i-RTN – An EPON ONT designed for indoor deployment and featuring four 1000Base-T, two POTs and one RF port, it has a residential gateway feature and special functionality to simplify set-top box RF return transport.
- ONT-E2424F – An EPON ONT ideal for deployment in multi-dwelling units (MDUs) and businesses, and it features 24x100Base-T and 24 POTs ports.
Aurora Networks’ FTTP portfolio now includes RFoG, RFPON, Node PON, Trident7 chassis-based solutions and a selection of solution-optimized ONTs.