Pannaway adds HomePNA support to its FTTP platform

June 7, 2006 -- Adding to its Service Convergence Network (SCN) access platform for copper and fiber network deployments, Pannaway Technologies has introduced a line of customer premise equipment (CPE) that supports the latest HomePNA standard.

Adding to its Service Convergence Network (SCN) access platform for copper and fiber network deployments, Pannaway Technologies has introduced a line of customer premise equipment (CPE) that supports the latest HomePNA standard.

With the new CPE, the company says its RGN-520 network interface device (NID), a residential gateway designed to enable fiber-to-the-premise (FTTP) applications for telcos, can be affordably field upgraded to support the HomePNA 3/ITU G.9954 standard, preserving existing customer investments.

"Pannaway's goal has always been to deliver telco solutions that simplify and accelerate the IP broadband deployment cycle," comments Mark Carpenter, president of Pannaway Technologies and founding member of the HomePNA Alliance. "With the inclusion of HomePNA in our FTTP product portfolio, we're delivering on this goal by allowing our telco customers to reduce operational expenses while improving their bottom line."


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