The Genesis DSLAM (GSLAM) is a versatile IP-based DSLAM Internet (Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer) connecting up to 48 subscribers to the internet utilizing G.fast (106, 212 & 424 MHz) and VDSL 35b and 17a profiles (factory configurable).
The fiber-fed GSLAM is an element of the Genesis Aggregation Network which provides broadband services to subscribers in carrier networks where copper (Cu) infrastructure remains. Multiple pairs of Cu can be aggregated into the Genesis SAN- E/R platforms to further enhance bandwidth services.
When deployed together with the Genesis Distribution Point Unit (GDPU), multiple Gbps trunk routes can be created to support large numbers of subscribers through Genesis SAN E/R modems and WAN routers. The combination removes G.fast reach dependencies and creates a solution for providing ultra-high speed broadband services for urban streets, apartments, hotels, offices and campus buildings.
The GSLAM can provide ultra-high speed Internet access using the Genesis’ SAN-R/Es enabling subscribers to enjoy multiple service applications to be run at the same time across multiple bandwidth intensive platforms.
The compact design of the GSLAM is composed of a 19” rack mount unit with 48 ports connected to modems supporting G.fast, 35b and 17a and an ethernet electrical/optical interface.
The GSLAM is designed for installation at a location where subscriber telephony copper pairs are terminated and AC power is available.
The GSLAM is fitted with an SFP Cage which can accommodate electrical or optical SFPs to support backhaul or provide drop function for local small cells/Wi-Fi Access Point.