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Home » Solutions » Fiber Connectivity » Solutions for Migration from Copper to Fiber

Solutions for Migration from Copper to Fiber

Current investments are protected and leveraged forward using the latest in DSL in combination with passive and active FTTH topologies from one unified system, known as the integrated Multiservice Access Platform (iMAP). To maximize footprint and coverage, operators may choose to initially connect subscribers over copper lines and gradually migrate them over to fiber as the network build progresses and the economics allow for the upgrade. Furthermore, Allied Telesis offers the industry’s best range of multiservice IP Triple Play customer premise equipment engineered to align with fiber build schedules and timelines. These solutions are known as the intelligent Multiservice Gateways (iMG) for residential subscribers and the intelligent Business Gateways (iBG) for SMB end-customers.