Copper-Based Broadband - Iskratel

Reliable services over copper.

Copper-based broadband provides easy and complete reuse of existing copper infrastructure.

Iskratel's scalable solution addresses all customer densities and brings a cost-effective upgrade to FTTx.

DSL from the central office

VDSL2 from the CO is the most cost-optimised approach for meeting the demands for improved services.

Iskratel’s SI3000 Lumia DSLAM/MSAN connects end users over VDSL2/ADSL2+/vectoring from a single and scalable platform, perfectly serving all deployment densities, from high-density urban to low-density rural areas.

For customer premises, Iskratel provides an award-winning family of Innbox CPE products, which includes VDSL2/ADSL2+ home gateways.
  • Cost-optimised solution with complete reuse of existing copper infrastructure.
  • Enhanced introduction of services for improved bandwidth and experience.
  • Latest VDSL2 with ADSL2+ fall-back technology (bonding and vectoring).
  • The highest subscriber port density per shelf.
  • High-quality services and improved users’ QoE.

 

Fibre to the cabinet and Fibre to the building

FTTC is the best approach to extend the fibre closer to the end users and optimally reuse the existing copper infrastructure, bringing broadband services to underserved users in rural and suburban areas.

Similarly, FTTB is the optimum solution for buildings with a high subscriber density, allowing complete reuse of existing in-building wiring to reach all customer premises.
  • Significant investment savings. Rapid and straightforward deployment.
  • Sustainable business models that protect investment and generate revenue from new services.
  • Reduced OPEX with simple activation of broadband services and applications.
  • High bandwidth and high-quality services retain end users and improve their experience.
  • Pay as you grow, allowing you to manage the balance between expenses and revenues.

 

Density and versatility anywhere

Vandal-resistant protective cabinets for FTTB and FTTC deployment are available in various sizes and capacities. They are applicable in urban, suburban or rural environments, operating in a very wide temperature range from –50 °C to +45 °C.

Along with the SI3000 Lumia which provides fibre or copper connectivity to the users, the cabinets include power supply, batteries, distribution frames and splitters, hence meeting the technological and regulatory requirements.