The AK525RU Compact Remote Unit enables the point-to-point transport of high-quality, high bandwidth Carrier Ethernet services over bonded copper pairs. The AK525RU provides 50 Mbps of symmetrical bandwidth capable of delivering carrier-grade services to 12 Kft/3.7 Km and beyond. The hardened unit is capable of providing line powering to an AK525RU Compact Remote Unit over the same pairs of copper that carry the data.
The AK525RU works in conjunction with the Positron AK525CU and AK500S Carrier Ethernet products. Environmentally hardened for both inside and outside plant deployment scenario, the compact unit facilitates deployment in remote locations where space is at a premium.
The AK525RU is a standards-based multi-pair DMT product that provides superior performance and reliability in comparison to SHDSL multi-pair copper products on the market. Along with meeting copper loop standards such as ANSI T1.417 which enables the AK525RU Ethernet services to co-exist with other services in a binder, it is compliant with IEEE 802.1 and 802.3 LAN standards and Metro Ethernet Forum MEF9/MEF14.
The AK525RU delivers Ethernet services such as Ethernet Private Lines (EPL and EVPL), Ethernet Private LAN services (EP-LAN and EVP-LAN) and Quality of Service including bandwidth profiling in compliance with the Metro Ethernet Forum CE 1.0 (MEF9 and MEF14) specifications.
Utilizing Positron’s breakthrough multi-channel signal processing DMT + MIMO techniques embodied in both the hardware and software, the AK525RU can transport more bandwidth over longer distances on fewer pairs than SHDSL or T1 IMA copper bonding technologies.
The AK525RU can transmit ten times more bandwidth than T1 IMA and up to four times more high-quality bandwidth than SHDSL. This huge improvement over other copper bonded technologies is achieved by overcoming traditional copper transmission interferences such as self and alien cross-talk as well as noise. In doing so, the AK525RU enables service providers to offer higher-bandwidth services to up to four times more customers over longer distances without requiring expensive repeaters.
The AK525RU is designed to dynamically compensate for individual copper pair failures. If a copper pair fails, the AK525RU proactively and automatically adjusts the other copper pair margins to compensate for the loss. This feature allows any pair to protect all the pairs in a bonded group. The result is reliability that matches fiber Service Level Agreements (SLAs).
The Ak525RU has the unique capability to be remotely line powered by the AK525CU or AK500S with AK525LCP(A) modules over the same bonded copper pairs that are carrying data. There is no performance impact on the data when the AK525RU is line powered vs local powered.
The AK525RU can be securely managed by Positron’s Element Management System (AKEMS), AktinoView (GUI software), a Command Line Interface (CLI) and SNMP. The AK525RU interoperates with industry standard Network Management Systems providing comprehensive performance monitoring for both the transport physical layer and Ethernet