SI3000 Lumia MSAN

Scalable Multi-Service Access Node

offers a multitude of access technologies from a single chassis, efficiently serving all types of users, services, densities, deployment scenarios and business models.

Its modular design allows combining various subscriber blades (XGS-PON, GPON and P2P fibre, universal VDSL2/ADSL and POTS) within single chassis of various sizes hosting up to 20 slots.

Industry-leading temperature range makes SI3000 Lumia MSANs ideal for deployment either at the central office or at less controlled locations such as street cabinets.

SI3000 Lumia MSAN

SI3000 Lumia MSAN is a scalable, high-performance broadband access and aggregation product that connects end users over all fixed-access technologies in a single, cost-effective platform.

SI3000 Lumia MSAN is available for all deployment densities, from high-density urban to low-density rural areas, while its modular design, multiple chassis options and a variety of subscriber-connectivity interfaces address every use case in the access network.

SI3000 Lumia MSAN is empowered with a unique, SDN-based awareness of services and apps that lets the operators justify their investment regardless of specific business models or regulatory requirements.

Its dual nature supports conventional and virtualised operation on the same hardware, allowing operators to avoid an entire investment cycle when transforming their network towards software-defined, next-generation access.

  • Support for a multitude of broadband-access deployment scenarios, such as GPON FTTH, P2P FTTH, FTTC, FTTB, and DSL from CO.
  • Network processor-based, SDN-enabled broadband platform.
  • Service- and app-awareness provides control, effective QoS management and policy enforcement.
  • Supports all types of residential, business, or cloud-based services.
  • Multiple enclosure options, with up to 20 slots in a chassis.
  • High port density and wide temperature range (from –40 °C up to +65 °C).
  • Support for multi-provider deployment scenarios, including virtual unbundling and open access.