IP DSLAM Solutions

We can offer DSL complete solutions, from ADSL to VDSL2.

An Internet protocol digital subscriber line access multiplexer, more commonly known as IP DSLAM, is a piece of technological equipment that channels and directs Internet-based traffic over a telephone exchange. These sorts of devices are usually situated at the headquarters of the access provider, usually a phone or cable company. Users who subscribe to cable or digital subscriber line (DSL) services for their Internet use these pretty much every time they get online, but they don’t usually realize it; they aren’t like modems or other devices that have a more visible role on the user’s end. The way the device works from a technical perspective can be very complex. In the simplest sense, it acts as a sort of mediator of the digital traffic coursing through a network. It allows individual machines and devices to send and receive data packets, and works as part of the team of tools and coding devices that prioritize traffic and enable things like high-speed access. IP DSLAM technology is constantly growing and changing to keep up with increases in user number, file sizes, and overall network sophistication.

Balanced pair cable has higher attenuation at higher frequencies. Therefore, the longer the wire between DSLAM and subscriber, the slower the maximum possible data rate due to the lower frequencies being used to limit the total attenuation (or due to the higher number of errors at higher frequencies, effectively lowering the overall frequency/data rate). The following is a rough guide to the relation between wire distance (based on 0.40 mm copper and ADSL2+ technology) and maximum data rate. Local conditions may vary, especially beyond 2 km, often necessitating a closer DSLAM to bring acceptable bandwidths:

    25 Mbit/s at 1,000 feet (~300 m)
    24 Mbit/s at 2,000 feet (~600 m)
    23 Mbit/s at 3,000 feet (~900 m)
    22 Mbit/s at 4,000 feet (~1.2 km)
    21 Mbit/s at 5,000 feet (~1.5 km)
    19 Mbit/s at 6,000 feet (~1.8 km)
    16 Mbit/s at 7,000 feet (~2.1 km)
    8 Mbit/s at 10,000 feet (~3 km)
    3 Mbit/s at 15,000 feet (4.5 km)
    1.5 Mbit/s at 17,000 feet (~5.2 km)

Our solutions contains the two options which show you above. and we can offer more new features.

Single port VDSL2 IP DSLAM

with Full VDSL2/ADSL2+/ADSL2/ADSL Protocol, Support AnnexA/L


16 Port DSLAM, support VDSL2/VDSL2 bonding/ADSL2+/ADSL bonding

VDSL2, compatible Full ADSL protocol, AnnexA/L, 1U