Application: 112 x GPON 336 x GE/FE 56 x 10G GPON 168 x 10G GE 224 x E1
Type: Multi-service Access Module, EA5800-X2: 11 U (height), 21 inch (width);EA5800-X7: 11 U (height), 19 inch (width);EA5800-X15: 6 U (height), 19 inch (width);EA5800-X17: 2 U (height), 19 inch (width)
EA5800 Multi-service Access Module is designed to help clients build networks with greater bandwidth, higher speed, and smarter connectivity to deliver a better service experience.
With GPON, 10G GPON, P2P GE, and 10 GE access, EA5800 supports deployment on FTTH, POL, FTTB, and FTTC — enabling all services on one fiber network.
As a large-capacity aggregation network device, the EA5800 aggregates the traffic from ONTs, MDUs, and campus switches, thereby simplifying the network architecture and reducing OPEX.
* The EA5800-X7 series multi-service access device relies on a distributed architecture. Developed using virtual access technology, it provides a unified carrying platform for multiple services, such as broadband, wireless, video, and monitoring. * The EA5800-X7 provides GPON, XG-PON, XGS-PON, GE, and 10GE access, and supports POL, FTTH, FTTB, and FTTC network construction modes. It carries all services over one fiber network, simplifying network architecture and reducing OPEX. * The EA5800-X2 supports capacities for large, medium, and small products, meeting requirements in different scenarios.
Service processing, previously centered on the control board, is now distributed to every service board. The system switching capacity and performance are improved, with the throughput of a single slot reaching up to 100 Gbit/s. This ensures smooth services and supports faster HD video startup and channel zapping.
Virtualized Access Network:
Through the virtual extensible local area network (VxLAN), a physical OLT is virtualized to multiple OLTs. Each of these OLTs can be configured and managed separately. Management can be performed by levels or by domains, with the OLTs sharing the same physical network.
In distributed architecture, control and forwarding are isolated, ensuring that services are not interrupted during device upgrades. This also reduces user complaints. Devices can even be upgraded during working hours.
Integrated Multiple Access Technologies:
Supports GPON, XG-PON, XGS-PON, and P2P access, and carries all services over one fiber network, simplifying network architecture and reducing investments.
Type B/Type C dual-homing implements remote disaster recovery backup protection by configuring two control boards and two power boards for redundancy backup. Additionally, multiple uplinks are configured for protection.