Champion ONE launches XGS-PON optical transceivers

New product line conforms to ITU standards G.987.2 and G.9807.2 and includes both SFP+ and XFP transceivers for OLT applications, and SFP+ transceivers for ONU applications.

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Champion ONE has announced the general availability of its XGS-PON transceivers, designed to offer symmetrical 10G service in fiber-to-the-premises (FTTx) networks.

The new product line conforms to ITU standards G.987.2 and G.9807.2 and includes both SFP+ and XFP transceivers for OLT applications, and SFP+ transceivers for ONU applications over 20 km rated distances.

According to the company, "XGS-PON deployments will enable telecom network operators to converge services over a common fiber infrastructure, with legacy 1G GPON service and new 10G XGS-PON service over the same fiber. This will reduce the cost and complexity of the upgrade to 10G and accelerate time to market for new FTTx service."

“Network operators are deploying deeper fiber, copper/coax optimization, and next-generation radio access upgrades to support growing bandwidth demand among end-users,” notes Champion ONE's CEO John Jutila.

Jutila continues, “Our network architecture workshops with telecom infrastructure operators highlighted XGS-PON as one of several planned access technology upgrades. We are proud to be an integral partner with our customers to enhance their networks with this new application in our expanding portfolio of open port solutions.”

The XGS-PON transceivers are compatible across OEM platforms and carry a 5-year warranty. All transceivers are available for immediate lab evaluation.

For more information, visit https://championone.com.

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