A state-of-the-art choice for Gigabit broadband services
The new Zyxel GES1316 Series 8/16-port G.fast DPU supports G.fast technology to meet the demand for higher speeds from new applications such as 4K TV, VR and more. With the G.fast technology, the existing copper line infrastructure is no longer out-of-date as operators don’t need to rebuild the current infrastructure in order to deploy real Gigabit-class services in limited time. The Zyxel GES1316 Series complies with the G.9700 and G.9701 standards to achieve speeds of up to 1.8 Gbps in short loop and 500 Mbps in 200m distance.
The GES1316 Series not only supports G.fast technology with 212a profile, but also 106b profile and the co-existing VDSL for smooth migration from VDSL to G.fast.
Temperature-hardened, dual-power design with battery charger for easy remote installations
The Zyxel GES1316 Series comes in a compact 1U design and is capable of operating in environment temperatures ranging from -40°C to 65°C to meet various FTTB (Fiber-to-the-Building) conditions worldwide. Furthermore, as the GES1316 Series has the battery charger function, customers don’t need an additional SMR to power the GES1316 Series while charging the backup battery at the same time. This reduces CAPEX and makes installation easier as well...
Non-blocking design for real Gigabit speed
As the G.fast standard can reach up to 1.8 Gbps in short loop and some other brands may have similar products, not every brand can actually meet the requirement. With 2x10 Gbps NNI, the Zyxel GES1316 Series allows subscriber to enjoy the real Gigabit service.
Sophisticated OAM&P features
The Zyxel GES1316 Series provides various management methods such as a local console port, Telnet and SNMP v1/v2/v3-based EMS (NetAtlas EMS). The management functions include Alarm and Status Surveillance, Configuration Management, Performance Management and Fault Management. It also allows multiple administrative accounts with 3-level access privileges. The NetAtlas EMS also provides viewbased MIB management that allows partial MIB objects to be defined and accessed for customization and security purposes. In addition, Cluster Management enables multiple MSAN administration sessions with a single/master IP address, while the XML-based northbound interface is also equipped to interoperate with external OSS systems.