FTTx using Ethernet PON

Expanding your access network in increase capacity

For service providers that want to offer symmetrical and multi-gigabit downstream services to residential customers, deploying an Ethernet passive optical network (EPON) with a centralized or distributed architecture delivers ease of integration for their existing network.

By utilizing EPON with fiber to the home (FTTH), service providers can lower operational costs, maximize their investments and increase revenue with high-value commercial services customers.

Challenges and opportunities

Why CommScope?

Global distribution

Global Distribution

CommScope operates more than 30 manufacturing and distribution facilities around the world to make sure you can get what you want on time and on budget.

Award-winning solutions
Award-winning solutions

Even though our ultimate goal is to design and create solutions that improve your network, we’re honored when industry experts recognize the intelligence and creativity we put into our solutions.

Learn More

An authority on fiber

An authority on fiber

As an expert and innovator in fiber optics, CommScope has the knowledge and advanced solutions to help any network dominate the fiber future.

Additional resources

Sort By:


  • HFC Transformation to FTTP: The Role of RFoG, PON, and Hybrid Solutions

    Description: How long will HFC last? What strategies can be deployed to help extend the life of HFC through this transition period? The authors provide insight into the network capacity requirements over the next 10-20 years and what must happen for a smooth transition. Topics include capacity planning, a DOCSIS 3.1 overview, Hybrid PON, scaling considerations, and more.