max dose of xanax buy xanax brazzaville xanax and three hours of tv lyrics

natural alternative tramadol tramadol 50 mg tramadol stranski uДЌinki

phentermine and topiramate generic phentermine 37.5mg how long phentermine to work

valium should not be taken with buy valium valium as sleeping pill

ambien and crime buy ambien get zolpidem Fayetteville

provigil sleepiness provigil without prescription provigil resistance

how many tramadol do i need to take to get high tramadol 50mg vad kostar tramadol

tramadol vs opiate high buy tramadol flumma pГҐ tramadol

xanax dosage milligrams xanax no prescription nucynta er and xanax

get ultram Saint Paul buy tramadol online tramadol is for what use

Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image

TelecomsTalk | January 22, 2018

Scroll to top

Top

Three-fold jump in Gfast certifications aligns with service provider momentum

Editor

Fremont, California, 6 September 2017. The Broadband Forum announced today that the number of certified-interoperable Gfast solutions has jumped from 7 to 24 in less than three months, as mass deployment of the ultrafast access technology builds.

ADTRAN, EXFO and Viavi have been added to the list of companies whose products have successfully completed the Gfast certification program from the Broadband Forum and University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL).

“From recent leading provider deployment announcements and analyst predictions, there is no doubt that Gfast is gathering momentum with the value of certified-interoperable systems well-recognized as key for mass-market provisioning of ultrafast broadband,” said Robin Mersh, CEO at the Broadband Forum. “Having only announced the first Gfast certification results less than three months ago, it’s great to see the certification program’s rapid and measurable progress.”

Lincoln Lavoie, Senior Engineer, Broadband Technologies, at UNH-IOL, said: “The certification program is driving cross chipset interoperability and performance at all levels including device software for management and control. Gfast testing has already been more rigorous than any previous certification testing and we are testing individual features more deeply than we have on any previous technology.”

ADTRAN, EXFO and Viavi join ARRIS, Calix, Huawei, Metanoia, Nokia and Technicolor, which were the first companies to achieve device certification supported by chip manufacturers Broadcom, Metanoia and Sckipio.

The Gfast certification is in accordance with the Forum’s IR-337 certification test specification. Testing is carried out at the Forum’s approved Gfast test laboratory at the UNH-IOL. The growing list of certified devices is available on the Forum’s Gfast certification page.

For more information on the Broadband Forum’s work, visit: broadband-forum.org.

UA-102569295-1