Solutions Overview

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  • Break Out Cable with 40G CWDM Mux

        Modern 40G based Ethernet switches allow the configuration of each 40G switch port to act as if it was not one port but four individual 10Gig ports. A 40G switch can therefore, provide an extremely high packaging density of (virtual) 10G ports. However, mechanically the 40G port remains a single port which is typically in accordance to the QSFP+ MSA. Regardless if the port is configured as a 40G or 4 pieces of 10G port, the only usable transceivers will be either 40GBase-SR4, -CSR4, -LR4 or -ER4 versions.

    Break Out Cable with 40G CWDM Mux

    Transport Cube - for simplicity, security and reliability

       The TRANSPORT CUBE series is a carrier grade, cost effective and very flexible modular platform that combines a multi-protocol transport platform for metro applications with optionally build-in test and measurement equipment (OAM and performance monitoring). The TRANSPORT CUBE enables network operators to implement a wide range of signal boosting, media conversions and information security with a comprehensive set of quality of service (QoS) features.

    Transport Cube - for simplicity, security and reliability

    CWDM relieves wireless Backhaul Bottlenecks

       We have tackled this fundamental bandwidth exhaust problem applied to telecom, HFC, datacenter and wireless backhaul and access infrastructure. CUBO has assisted many network operators to deploy Coarse Wave Division Multiplexing (CWDM) solutions quickly and efficiently as a proven low cost, quick-to-install, future-compatible and a minimal latency fully protocol interoperable approach for addressing fiber exhaust in the mobile backhaul without the substantial space, power needs of maintenance encumbering active systems.

    CWDM relieves wireless Backhaul Bottlenecks

    Solving Mobile Backhaul Challenges

        CUBO provide CWDM solutions support from 1 to 10G per lambda and are protocol agnostic. Using CUBO solutions MSP's can remain confident of being able to support any mix of today's or tomorrow's technologies - CDMA, UMTS or LTE - or be able to support multiple service providers on the same fibre pair. 

    Solving Mobile Backhaul Challenges

    How optical multiplexing eliminates Data Bottlenecks

        The deluge of mobile data traffic circling the world is exposing an important vulnerability inherent in the physical network with which infrastructure operators connect transmissions to endusers. Bottlenecks are choking the access links, including those linking mobile radio towers to the wider network. It is a classic communication link problem: insufficient bandwidth to accommodate the increasing number of Gbps (gigabits/second) connecting the wireless tower with the metro fiber rings. Compounding the problem is the practice that many wireless carriers of maintaining dedicated links through the network optical fiber connectivity.

    How optical multiplexing eliminates Data Bottlenecks

    How to Aggregate All Services - Including Mobile -

       Many fixed and mobile operators are looking at how they support the plethora of bandwidth demands that show no sign of slowing down and are understandably focused on the edge of their network. All service providers are expending huge amounts of effort and resources deploying new NGA technologies; PON, LTE, VDSL, etc - but don't forget the middle mile and how you backhaul these growing bandwidth needs!

    How to Aggregate All Services - Including Mobile -

    Passive Transport Solutions

       Thanks to bandwidth hungry devices and applications for private and business customers data traffic in metro networks is still exploding. Whether the metro network is used to backhaul mobile data (UMTS, 3G, LTE etc), residential broadband connections (FTTx, xDSL, Active Ethernet etc), connecting data centers, transporting enterprise customer's traffic or a mixture of all, the bottleneck in the metro core network is an increasing challenge for the operator. 

    Passive Transport Solutions

    40Gbps and 100Gbps Services on Metro Networks

       Long-haul 40Gbps and 100Gbps ITU / OTN transponders, based on active chassis-based and vendor proprietary systems are on the market since some time now. As those are targeted for the very challenging transport over hundreds if not thousands of kilometers solutions, all solutions are relying on complex technologies involving differing modulation formats such as DPSK (Differential Phase Shift Keying), DQPSK (Differential Quadrature PSK), DP-QPSK (Dual Polarization-QPSK) etc.  

    40Gbps and 100Gbps Services on Metro Networks

    How to deliver 2.4Tbps metro networks with low cost and complexity

       Passive WDM transport approaches can be used to establish up to twenty-four 100Gbps services in the same way that passive DWDM 10Gbps has been used to augment capacity in metro environments..  

    How to deliver 2.4Tbps metro networks with low cost and complexity