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Iskratel Unveils VDSL2 Vectoring

Iskratel launches board and system-level VDSL2 vectoring at Broadband World Forum.

October 24, 2013

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AMSTERDAM -- At Broadband World Forum 2013, Iskratel is officially announcing Board and System-Level VDSL2 Vectoring solutions built on SI3000 Lumia multi-service access node, supporting up to 256 vectorized pairs per group, and 512 pairs per chassis.

Today Iskratel is announcing board level vectoring in 48-port compact outdoor shelter ODU-XS as well as the last piece of the system-level VDSL2 vectoring puzzle that will complete the FTTC solution: Iskratel’s vectoring engine blade for SI3000 Lumia. Vectoring engine will provide vectoring for up to 256-copper pairs concurrently (consisting of four 64-port subscriber VDSL2 blades), featuring also a high level of VDSL2-vectoring interoperability with different CPEs. Iskratel is able to stack two such vectoring bundles into single SI3000 Lumia, offering cross-talk cancellation up to 512-copper pairs from single chassis.

Available early in Q1 2014, Iskratel’s system level vectoring blade will allow customers of existing Iskratel VDSL2-vectoring ready subscriber blades to easily and affordably enable the vectorized experience, cutting out cross talk interference among the VDSL2 lines in a cable bundle, and substantially deliver consistent high speeds to every subscriber in a neighborhood.

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