A Wired Access Network connects the subscribers (residential or enterprise customers) to a specific service provider and, through the carrier network, to other networks such as the internet. Wired access networks generally utilize Ethernet, DOCSIS, xDSL, G.fast, xPON, and P2P technologies. A typical access network topology includes an OLT, a DSLAM or a CMTS at the CO (or RT), an ONT, a xDSL or a DOCSIS modem at the customer premise.
XGS-PON: XG-99X is designed as XGS PON SFU, using XGS PON technology.
SFU (single family unit): G-97C / G-97X / G-97V series are designed for the fiber to the home applications.
RGU (residential gateway unit): G-27 / G-97RG series are designed with integrated enhanced gateway function. It can deliver superior home networking services in one box including HSI, VoIP, IPTV, USB storage and Wi-Fi access.
SFP (small form pluggable): G-95 / G-97S series are suitable for end-users with routers equipped with SFP cage to ease the addition of high-speed GPON access.
MDU (multiple dwelling units): G-200 series is designed for the fiber to the building (FTTB) applications. It can cost-effectively serve many users simultaneously.