The revolutionary OLT solution embedded in a transceiver can plug directly into a commercially available Ethernet switch with SFP+ ports, offering a simple, cost-effective, scalable alternative to dedicated OLT equipment.
This technology also requires less space and power than any other OLT product, and its modular and remote management capabilities make it an ideal fit for virtualized PON (vPON) solutions and software-defined networking (SDN) implementations.
The OLT and open-architecture management solution is uniquely designed to interoperate with 3rd party ONUs to allow flexible, cost-effective pairing with a wide range of customer premise equipment.
This interoperability includes pairing with Ethernet-pluggable ONU solutions for a plug-and-play PON deployment without manual provisioning and SLA configuration. This solution enables service providers to deploy high-bandwidth services in an agile, elastic, and dynamic way.
“We are excited to have Champion ONE as an integration partner. They are a proven innovator in both carrier and enterprise solutions which are they key target marker for our MicroPlug OLT,” said Jay Teborek, VP Sales and Marketing at Tibit Communications.
“Champion ONE continually demonstrates a high level of support for their customers and we’re proud to be a Champion ONE partner. With their product line breadth, they have the unique capability of delivering and servicing the needs of a complete 10G PON solution to their clients.”
“Champion ONE is excited to partner with Tibit Communications to bring the market leading Pluggable 10G OLT / ONU MicroPlug to the North American market,” said Tim Yanda, Director of Engineering at Champion ONE.
“The ability to support 10G PON technologies from a traditional Ethernet switch is an excellent opportunity to expand in the last mile fiber connectivity market segment.”
These transceivers are built in compliance with their respective industry standards, and can be deployed in existing Ethernet switches, or in Champion ONE’s own line of 10G Open Network Switches.