At this year’s CommunicAsia, which takes place from 19 to 22 June 2012 in Singapore, KEYMILE will present its fibre optic solutions for a vast range of scenarios. Visitors will also be able to find out more about current developments for reliable data transmission in dedicated networks.

KEYMILE is a leading technology supplier of communications solutions for access and transmission systems. At CommunicAsia 2012 in Singapore in the German Pavilion on stand 1K3-07, the company will present its latest products and solutions for operators of public and dedicated telecommunications networks.

The multi-service access platform MileGate will take centre stage at the trade fair. MileGate provides all broadband technologies, ranging from ADSL2plus to VDSL2 to active optical GbE connections, at a high level of port density. As a result MileGate enables cost-efficient migration of the networks from FTTC (fibre to the curb) to FTTH (fibre to the home). MileGate offers 480 active ethernet fibre optic connections per 8-HE-subrack at up to 1,000Mbps per subscriber.

In Singapore, KEYMILE will show the latest generation of optical FTTH access modules that allow flexible adaption of the access system to handle growing numbers of customers and broadband demands. As a result, MileGate is the ideal platform for cost-effective ultra-high-speed broadband access in urban and rural areas. The hybrid system architecture, combined with system capacity of 400Gbps, is an excellent foundation for setting up sustainable network infrastructures.

At CommunicAsia 2012, KEYMILE will showcase its products for dedicated networks belonging to railways, local authorities, transport companies and utilities. These networks place especially high demands on reliability and durability. The KEYMILE solutions fulfil these requirements and also offer easy provision of TDM and ethernet services from one compact network element.

The new platform-specific chassis switching concept will also be shown. This concept was especially developed for use in dedicated networks. All Ethernet units installed are part of a modular switch that can be flexibly expanded.