iPhotonix to Participate in the 2017 ADTRAN Broadband Solutions Summit, August 14-16

This year’s Summit is a perfect setting for us to highlight our latest innovation and how it contributes to the overall ADTRAN PON solution

iPhotonix will display its latest iVolve 7400-series ONTs at the 2017 ADTRAN Broadband Solutions Summit. The Summit runs August 14-16, on ADTRAN’s Huntsville, AL campus. The event offers educational forums for approximately 120 attendees, bringing together service providers, utilities, municipalities, and consulting engineering firms. The Summit is a great opportunity for experts to interact with one another and discover the latest technology information for developing networks and services to meet market demands for today and the future.

iPhotonix will unveil its latest contribution to the iVolve Platform with its 7400-series ONTs. Due to the unique form factor and installation capabilities, the 7400-series ONTs exceed many outdoor fiber installation requirements that Fiber service providers require today. “This year’s Summit is a perfect setting for us to highlight our latest innovation and how it contributes to the overall ADTRAN PON solution,” commented Jeff Mulqueen, iPhotonix Deputy CEO and VP of Sales & Business Development. During the Summit, participants are invited to visit the iPhotonix booth to interact with the iVolve 7400 ONT models, ask questions, discuss industry trends, and share best practices.

iVolve 7400-Series ONT Highlights:


  • Enhanced iVolve 7400 ONTs for versatility in multiple installation areas including outdoor configurations
  • State-of-the-art optical interface GPON/Active Ethernet (AE) fiber via a single SC/APC optical connector to comply with GPON Standard ITU-T Rec. G984.2 amendments
  • CATV interface containing a forward path video receiver (54 MHz to 1 GHz) with sensitivity up to -9 dB; CATV with RF return path technology to support multiple gain stages, AGC and status indications, video power on/off control, AGC gain control, and the upstream data channel from set-top boxes
  • Multiple high-speed LAN functions including Bridging, Routing, Filtering, and NATP translation with support of provider-configurable bandwidth and class of service
  • MoCA 2.0 support for transporting data over existing coaxial cable offering more cost-effective…

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