10G xPON ONT/ONU

NOVA-2000

The NOVA-2000 is a powerful ONT/ONU solution to provide high-speed Internet access for residential and business customers.
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Powerful 10G xPON ONT/ONU for Residential and Business Subscribers

Meet everyone’s bandwidth demands with Hitron’s NOVA-2000 10G xPON ONT/ONU. This powerful solution delivers speed up to 10 Gbps* downstream and 10 Gbps* upstream based on a 10 Gigabit PON fiber interface (EPON, XG-PON or XGS-PON). You can deliver ultra-high symmetrical bandwidth for business customers, as well as premium tier residential services to meet the most demanding HD and ultra-HD video on demand, cloud gaming, multi-Gigabit data, telecommuting applications and more.

 

Flexible Optics:  10G-EPON, XG-PON, XGS-PON

No matter your network needs, you get the flexibility to deploy the right solutions. NOVA-2000 supports IEEE 802.3av 10G-EPON, ITU-T G.987.2 XG-PON and ITU-T G.9807.1 XGS-PON.

 

DOCSIS Provisioning for EPON

You don’t need to overhaul your existing provisioning, billing and management systems to move to fiber. With support for DOCSIS DPoE 2.0, the NOVA-2000 looks like a CMTS to your DOCSIS systems.   

 

Full Use of 10G Access Speeds

NOVA-2000 supports a 1G/2.5G/5G/10G Ethernet port, so your customer’s LAN can make full use of the 10G fiber access speeds.

 

Easy to Deploy Anywhere

Its small size and good thermal management allow technicians to install the NOVA-2000 in restricted areas. Its built-in DHCP client automatically obtains the IP address and configuration from the network server. And you can remotely control the device with via IEEE 802.3ah OAM.  

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
  • One 100/1000/2.5G/5G/10GBASE-T Ethernet port
  • Extensive operator control via configuration file and IEEE 802.3ah OAM

 

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