10G xPON ONT/ONU

NOVA-2002

The NOVA-2002 is a powerful ONT/ONU solution to provide high-speed Internet access for residential and business customers.
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Answer Bandwidth-Intensive Demands with 10G xPON

Meet today and tomorrow’s need for speed with Hitron’s NOVA-2002 10G xPON ONU. With future-ready speeds up to 8.5 Gbps downstream and 8.4 Gbps upstream, you can deliver premium tier services to business and residential customers including telecommuting, HD and UHD video on demand, ultra high speed Internet access, interactive media services and more. And the optional battery back-up lasts over 24 hours.

 

Supports Multiple Fiber Access Standards

The NOVA-2002 offers IEEE 802.3av 10G-EPON, ITU-T G.987.2 XG-PON and ITU-T G.9807.1 XGS-PON, giving you the flexibility to deploy the right solution for your network and customers.

 

Compatible with Legacy DOCSIS Provisioning Systems

If you already have DOCSIS provisioning, billing and management systems in place today, you can seamlessly move to fiber. NOVA-2002 supports DOCSIS DPoE 2.0 (DOCSIS Provisioning over EPON), so it will look like a CMTS to your existing systems.

 

Uninterruptable Service with Optional Battery Backup

The NOVA-2002 can be configured with an optional battery backup to last over 24 hours during a commercial power outage.

 

Fastest Home/Business Networking with 10G LAN

The NOVA-2002 includes one 100/1000/2.5G/5G/10G Ethernet port and one 100/1000 Ethernet port, enabling your subscriber’s LAN to make full use of the 10G access speeds.

 

Fast, Simple Deployment, Monitoring and Management

Installing the NOVA-2002 is so easy, even your end users can do it, while a built-in fiber tray helps technicians do a professional install. Once connected, a built-in DHCP client automatically gets the IP address and configuration from the network server without any user intervention. And you can remotely manage the device with IEEE 802.3ah OAM support.

Key Specifications

  • IEEE 802.3av 10G-EPON compliant
  • ITU-T G.987.2 XG-PON compliant
  • ITU-T G.9807.1 XGS-PON compliant
  • DOCSIS DPoE 2.0 compliant
  • 1 100/1000/2.5G/5G/10GBASE-T Ethernet port
  • 1 10/100/1000BASE-T Ethernet port
  • Built-in fiber tray
  • Optional battery back-up
  • Extensive operator control via configuration file and IEEE 802.3ah OAM

 

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