Enterprise broadband

While a Network core can be scaled up relatively easily, accessing that core can be a real challenge for some businesses, with communications providers struggling to provide cost effective and ROI justifiable solutions. 

mBond Complete, provides up to twelve lines of bonded VDSL2 rate access across dedicated copper pairs when no DSLAM’s are deployed in the network. mBond Flex offers the same twelve lines via in situ DSLAMs and offers support for ADSL2+ (in addition to VDSL2) allowing service providers to increase their bandwidth over longer distances. While VDSL2 offers high throughput up to 1.5km, ADSL2+ can extend the reach up to 5 kilometres. mBond Flex also offers many new possibilities to the service provider, opening up access and architecture choices and opportunities for revenues and services that were previously out of reach.  For example, a single mBond Flex Exchange Gateway can support many customer edge devices over a geographically diverse, mixed set of vendor DSLAM’s, it is ideally placed to form the hub of a managed service for a business with several branches, or an organisation with a number of depots. 

Most copper bonding products are DSLAM specific and subsequently work with some DSLAMs and not with others. A key feature however of mBond Flex is its ability to work with any DSLAM. Thus allowing service providers to reuse their existing DSLAMs, where they have already made investments, subsequently reducing their network equipment costs.  It also allows the same solution to be marketed over the entire estate, regardless of DSLAM equipment differences that may exist.


Solutions

Genesis provides a unique solution for telecoms operators that enables them to increase the bandwidth of their broadband services by up to a multiple of twenty, up to a maximum of 400 Mb/s, upstream and downstream combined.

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Genesis technologies offer an economic advantage to delivering small cell backhaul and support line powering (a key need for small cells). 

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Genesis’ mBond solutions provide up to ten times faster broadband bandwidth and the flexibility to meet communication providers and their customers varying needs.

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As data volumes grow exponentially operators are looking their backhaul infrastrucure with an ever greater sense of urgency.  Find out more about the role of copper in the backhaul bottleneck.

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Fibre beyond the cabinet starts to become prohibitively expensive. Discover the options for delivering fibre like speeds over hybrid fibre/copper networks.

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Meeting the challenge of delivering improved broadband to rural communities at a justifiable cost.

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The burgeoning small cell backhaul network demands an affordable solution that can be deployed quickly, easily and in high volumes. 

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