Designed for service-provider, campus, and MTU/MDU networks, Patton’s new DSLAMs exploit existing copper cabling to deliver high-speed—symmetrical or asymmetrical—network services.
Patton’s innovative DSLAM solutions avoid the disruption, delay, and expense of installing new CAT5 or fiber-optic cable by leveraging common voice-grade copper cabling infrastructure already in place.
The compact, 19-inch, rack-mountable chassis are ideally suited for campus environments as well as small-to-medium carrier-providers.
Patton’s new ForeFront DSLAM solutions allow carrier-providers, corporations, non-profits, educational institutions, government agencies, ski resorts, theme parks, and other campus environments to meet the ever-increasing bandwidth demands of today’s users in order to support premium voice and streaming media applications.
“There’s a lot to love about the legacy copper physical plant,” said Johnnie Grant, Product Manager. “Those copper wires are time-tested and reliable—not to mention paid for. Our EFM and VDSL2 DSLAM solutions make copper infrastructure a fully viable medium for delivering new-generation network services.”
Last week, Patton announced the CopperLink 2300 line-bonding managed Ethernet-over-copper extender series.