Cable Technology Feature Article
Aurora Networks to Showcase New Technologies at the Cable Show 2011
By Sujata Garud, TMCnet Contributor
The number one optical transport solutions provider for cable operators, Aurora Networks, Inc, will display its industry-leading residential and commercial product line at the CableNET technology showcase, part of The Cable Show 2011, scheduled on June 14-16 in Chicago, Illinois. Aurora Networks will reveal two new technologies at the showcase.
In a press release, John Dahlquist, vice president, marketing, Aurora Networks, said, “Cable operators look to Aurora Networks to provide cost-effective, transport technologies that address what's next in the industry. Our presence at The Cable Show 2011 will highlight our continued strategy to drive the evolution of cable networks with both acquisitions and internal product innovation.”
The first technology eliminates the RF actives in Fiber Deep; it is now feasible to further increase the critical upstream bandwidth in a very simple manner. It will be the first time that Aurora Networks will showcase on a new technology platform, which will enable this upstream bandwidth increase to happen smoothly and efficiently.
The second technology is a very high-performance full spectrum DWDM transmitter series which supports full analog channel loading up to 550 MHz with QAM channel loading up to 1 GHz, along with the eventual transition to full QAM loading when required.
Oleh Sniezko, CTO, Aurora Networks will present on RFoG and PON technologies at the Spring Technical Forum. The session, “HFC-ing the Light: Advancements in Next-Gen Network Architecture,” is open to all registered full program attendees on Wednesday, June 15, 2011, from 7:30 am – 9:00 am CDT (News - Alert), in room N426.
Aurora Networks, Inc. was recently in news when it announced the release of its chassis-based OLT (Optical Line Termination) GE3424M module. This module is complementary to the company's highly successful Node PON solution which has paved the way for cable operators to deliver increased access bandwidth for business services.
Sujata Garud is a TMCnet freelancer with three years of writing/editing experience and two years of market research experience. As an editor she has covered the IT, electronics, banking, pharma, construction, mining and healthcare industries. To see more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves