The E3-2 Intelligent PON Node is a revolutionary system designed to collapse access and service edge functions into a distributed fiber architecture, disrupting the economics of driving PON technology into a fiber deep architecture and dramatically reducing service provider operational costs.
Featuring an environmentally hardened, modular “deploy anywhere design” that can be mounted aerially, on a pole, on a wall, or in a pedestal, the E3-2 is fully upgradable and serviceable, enabling rapid upgrades to 10 gigabits per second (10 Gbps) and higher speed PON technologies in the future.
The E3-2 can be equipped with multiple powering options to fit a variety of deployment environments. Learn more about how you can leverage the power of the E3-2.
The sealed and environmentally hardened Calix E3-48C (combo – integrated voice and data) and E3-48 (overlay – data with external voice) Access Nodes bring a new level of flexibility to service providers seeking to deliver advanced broadband services over existing copper infrastructure. The E3-48C supports up to 48 ports of “combo” VDSL2 and POTS services in a compact, hardened, and sealed form factor, simplifying network transformation by replacing legacy TDM DLCs.
The E3-16F Sealed Access Node delivers industry-leading G.fast innovations to MDUs and DPU locations. Built to extend GPON or pt-to-pt gigabit Ethernet fiber access deployments into these already copper-rich environments, this passively cooled G.fast node can be outdoor pole, wall, manhole, or pedestal mounted with local DC, forward, and reverse power options.
The E3-8G is a node-based, environmentally hardened, optical line terminal (OLT) optimized to allow cable operators to cost-effectively deliver symmetrical gigabit services today. Leveraging 60/90VAC cable plant power and a strand or pole mountable node-based design, the E3-8G is designed to seamlessly deliver advanced broadband services to over 500 residential or business customers using proven gigabit passive optical network (GPON) technology. By utilizing a node-based architecture, cable operators can both leverage a familiar form factor and deployment model, as well as significantly improve the economics of fiber deployment when compared with traditional fiber network deployments.