Combo PON OLTs are Here Now: Radisys Offers Next Gen Solutions for Agile, Programmable and Innovative FTTx Networks

Telecoms.com Editorial Director Scott Bicheno recently spoke with Rajesh Chundury, Vice President – Customer Solutions at Radisys about the introduction of their Combo PON OLT, which supports G-PON and XGS-PON within the same OLT PON port. In this interview Rajesh discusses how white-box Combo PON OLTs allow broadband providers to take advantage of pervasive G-PON technology while giving them a flexible upgrade path to scale up and rollout XGS-PON deployments without costly rip and replace. The Radisys Combo PON OLT is an open, disaggregated, flexible and highly scalable telco-grade cloud native broadband access platform designed to address key service providers’ needs. Watch the interview to learn about the advantages of this hardware option.


2 comments

  1. Avatar Anil Kumar Mishra 28/07/2021 @ 3:41 pm

    No sound in video

  2. Avatar Diego Fenner 28/07/2021 @ 9:04 pm

    Thanks for this news!
    I’m interested in knowing more about the Combo OLT mode.
    Where can I find more detailed information about how to deploy such systems?
    I mean, I’m used to work everyday with multi-vendor OLTs in my environment, so this is something that I’d like to study how implementation is made.

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