The INT-1010EDS-ONU delivers triple play services to the subscriber in fiber-to-the-home or fiber-to-the-premise applications. It is designed for single dwelling unit applications and incorporates DPOE interoperability for seamless provisioning when deployed in DOCSIS networks

INT1010 EDS 10G Fiber to the home

Intercept’s 10G EPON ONU delivers triple-play services to the subscriber in Fiber-to-the-Home or Fiber-to-the-Premises application. The 10G-EPON ONU is designed for SDU (Single Dwelling Unit) applications and incorporates DPOE interoperability for seamless provisioning when co-deployed in DOCSIS networks.

Equipped with IEEE 802.3 av compliant 10 G Downstream and 10G Upstream 10G-EPON interface, the INT-1010EDS-ONU supports the full Triple Play of services including voice, video, and high speed internet access service.
Compliant with standard OAM and DPOE definitions, INT1010EDS-ONU supports the full range management functions including supervision, monitoring and maintenance.

Data

The INT-1010EDS-ONU is delivered with one 10G
Base-T, and three 10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet
data interfaces, supporting:

  • Auto-negotiation and MDI/MDIX auto-sensing
  • Built-in layer-2 switch
  • Advanced data features such as VLAN tag manipulation, classification, and filtering

Voice

To enable VoIP access, the INT-1010EDS-ONU supports interfacing external IAD box or Home Router with voice capability through the Ethernet Interface.

Video

The INT-1010EDS-ONU supports IPTV delivered in the form of data (by multicast or unicast). In the case where multicast technology is used for delivering video content through a data channel, the ONU supports the dedicated downstream multicast LLID. So the video content is received and processed by all the ONUs through the unified channel which greatly improves the bandwidth efficiency.

In addition, the ONU supports IGMP snooping function to be applied for further optimization. When IGMP snooping is enabled, the ONU monitors the member joining and leaving activities at the Ethernet service port, and then selectively delivers the multicast streams.

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