ZTE Corporation, a leading global provider of telecommunications equipment, network solutions and mobile devices, has released a commercial version of ZTE’s MSAN (multi-service access network) systems using system-level VDSL 2(very-high-speed digital subscriber line) vectoring technology. This version features the industry&rsquo…
ZTE Corporation, a leading global provider of telecommunications equipment, network solutions and mobile devices, has released a commercial version of ZTE’s MSAN (multi-service access network) systems using system-level VDSL 2(very-high-speed digital subscriber line) vectoring technology. This version features the industry’s strongest capability of cross-talk cancellation.
In 2010 ZTE unveiled the world’s first system-level vectoring prototype. Two years of tests and trials, ZTE has succeeded in producing a well-rounded commercial system. The launch of this version indicates the formal transformation of VDSL2 vectoring technology from lab testing into commercial use.
The innovative system-level vectoring technology vectorises all access lines from a remote access node. By automatically analysing cross-talk between line pairs, it cancels the main interference, thus enabling all lines to deliver 100Mbps downstream bandwidth within a 500 meter range. The success of this development confirms ZTE as a world leader in solving the problem of cross-talk between copper pairs at the system level.
ZTE’s vectoring products have advantages including a very compact structure and low power consumption, using centralised processing architecture to support system-level vectoring, supporting all the application scenarios from small-capacity FTTB to large-capacity FTTC. The current commercial version supports up to 192 VDSL2 pairs, will support a maximum of 384 VDSL2 pairs.
Mr. Zhu Yongxing, General Manager of ZTE’s Fixed-Network Product Line said: “As an industry frontrunner that attaches great importance to innovation, ZTE is able to track technological advances and innovate in the fixed-line broadband access field by drawing on the strength of our 3,000-strong R&D team. The release of this system-level vectoring commercial version again testifies ZTE’s ability to innovate and rapidly bring new technologies to market , to help generate more commercial value for our customers.”
From unveiling the industry’s first system-level vectoring prototype in 2010, to releasing the world’s first commercial Pizza-Box vectoring product in 2011, to launching the higher capacity system-level vectoring commercial version now, shows ZTE keeps the leading position in copper migration solutions. Statistics from telecommunications industry analyst Ovum show that, in 2012, ZTE continued to rank first for DSL market share growth worldwide. In Q2 2012, ZTE ranked No.2 in global market with a 23.6% market share.
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