PON means passive optic network, EPON is integrated with Ethernet technologies, and GEPON is a Gigabit EPON. GEPON system is designed for telecommunication use. GEPON devices are fully compliant with IEEE802.3ah. This series products features high integration, flexible application and easy management, while providing QoS function. The fiber network speed can reach up to 1.25Gb/s and each EPON OLT (Optical Line Terminal) system can distribute into 32 remote ONU (Optical Network Unit) to build up the fiber passive network by a max 32 way optical splitter with the advantage of big capacity of data transmission, high security, flexibility of buildup network, mainly applies for FTTH (Fiber To The Home) projects, which can access IP telephone, Broadband data and IPTV.

Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON) provides the reliability and performance expected for business services and is an attractive way to deliver residential services. GPON enables Fiber ToThe Home (FTTH) deployments economically resulting to accelerated growth worldwide.

CTL offers a wide array of solutions partnering with well-known and proven strategic partners that will address each operator’s requirement in terms of GPON deployment. CTL has considered factors such as time to market, cost efficiency and reliability of such GPON infrastructures.

Features :

Provides downstream speeds of 2.5 Gbps and upstream speeds of 1.25 Gbps.

Can support long distances of up to 20 km and, unlike copper, does not suffer from decreasing performance over distance.

Standards-based and equipment are available from a large and growing number of vendors giving service providers the peace of mind while being locked into a single vendor.

Inherently secure wherein wire-tapping, eaves-dropping and other hacking is nearly impossible.

Benefits :

Allows service providers to deliver more capacity to carry bandwidth-intensive applications.

Provides one of the most cost-effective ways for a service provider to deploy fiber.

Provides a future proof mode of access as the speed of the broadband connection is limited by the terminal equipment rather than the fiber itself.

Future speed improvements can be achieved via equipment upgrades before any upgrades on the fiber itself.


Fiber to the home (FTTH) is the delivery of a communications signal over optical fiber from the operator's switching equipment all the way to a home or business, thereby replacing existing copper infrastructure such as telephone wires and coaxial cable.

Fiber to the node (FTTN) is one of several options for providing cable telecommunications services to multiple destinations. Fiber to the node helps to provide broadband connection and other data services through a common network box, which is often called a node.

Accurate Critical Load Profiling

Most architects and consulting engineers rely on their IT staff to provide space as well as equipment load requirements to determine the required facility infrastructure. CTL translates IT equipment details directly into power, cooling, and space requirements for the facility. We have found that equipment name-plates or manufacturer specifications are insufficient in many cases and we have compiled our own techniques for such purposes. CTL differentiates its approach to Data Center Planning & Pre-Design by having facility engineers and IT engineers working hand-in-hand to develop IT power, cooling, and space requirements. Additionally, CTL has the project experience necessary to provide accurate load profiles and their facility infrastructure impact from conceptual IT initiatives and services without detailed equipment lists. This includes the impact due to technology refresh initiatives such as blade server deployment, equipment compaction, and more.

One of the main benefits of fiber to the node and similar systems is the ability to deliver data over more efficient fiber optic lines, rather than other lines with greater speed restrictions. The remaining area from the node to an individual destination, often called "last mile" service, can be achieved with copper or other types of wire. FTTN systems often use coaxial or twisted-pair cable in order to achieve delivery to multiple customers.