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Teleste ACE8 - Updated March 2020

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Teleste ACE8 is an Intelligent 1.2 GHz node for fiber deep solutions.

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Teleste ACE8 - Updated March 2020

  1. 1. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Company confidentialTeleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Company confidential Teleste ACE8 Intelligent 1.2 GHz node for fiber deep solutions March 2020
  2. 2. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Company confidential Teleste ACE8 – The first DOCSIS® 3.1 node in the market The ACE8 optical node platform is a small and cost-efficient node with intelligent features. Besides cutting edge technology, the node offers flexibility and usability for acing fiber deep networks. 2
  3. 3. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Company confidential Why ACE8 – Cutting edge technology and evolving Since its introduction in 2014, the node has been sold by large numbers across Europe. The platform has been constantly upgraded over the years. Today ACE8 offers exceptional performance and economical advantages over its competitors. 3 1st gen The latest gen 2014 2020
  4. 4. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Company confidential Why ACE8 – Single output intelligent 1x1 node Platform features include: • Full spectrum DOCSIS® 3.1 compliant upstream and downstream • Latest GaN technology with high output power • Field upgradeable diplex filters • Electrical level and slope controls & auto-alignment -> no plug-ins • Electrically activated output splitting • 27...65 VAC, 45...90 VAC, 100...130 VAC, and 205...255 VAC PSU options • Wide selection of upstream transmitters • Sophisticated remote management via DOCSIS or CATVisor/HMS • Rigorous remote management via RIS modules • Efficient ESD and Surge protection 4
  5. 5. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Company confidential Feature Old School Nodes Teleste ACE8 Benefit Downstream alignment Manual only Automatic and manual Instant plug and play Non-cable TV expert can finish installation worksUpstream alignment Manual only Automatic and manual Plug-ins Several Not needed No logistic hassle or possibilities for human errors Diplexers Fixed Replaceable Split frequencies can be changed afterwards Ingress filters No Inbuilt Locating and isolating ingress sources Management Only local Local and remote Remote diagnostics Spectrum analyser No Optional Remote ingress and CPD analysis Intelligent ALC No ALC with fully user programmable pilots Automatic adjustments Temperature compensation Spectrum analyzer No Downstream spectrum analyser Remote diagnostics Key parameters – Intelligent features 5
  6. 6. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Company confidential Teleste ACE8 - Intelligence in compact size • Auto alignment: Network elements can be optimally aligned at touch of a button. • Automated on-going alignment keeps the network optimally aligned. • Automatic ingress block: Ingress noise can automatically be blocked which prevents entire segments from getting affected. Management system is alerted and location of noise is shown on the map. • Local and remote signal monitoring for upstream and downstream signals • Network management: Network elements can be monitored and configured via central management system. All adjustment are electrically controlled in the nodes/amps. Network element settings are automatically backed-up. 6
  7. 7. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Company confidential Teleste ACE8 – Specifications ACE8 Power consumption 22 W – 1.5 W (Power Save) Housing (h x w x d) (6.7 (7.9) in x 9.1 in x 3.5 in), 5.1 lbs Class of enclosure IP67, (IP54 if ventilation hole not closed) EMC compatibility EN 50083-2 ESD, Surge 4 kV, 6 kV (EN 60728-3) Feature Old School Nodes Teleste ACE8 Benefit QAM level @1 GHz 46 dBmV 54 dBmV Serves 4 times bigger MDU Downstream Up to 1 GHz Up to 1.2 GHz Full spectrum DOCSIS 3.1 capable Upstream Up to 85 MHz Up to 204 MHz Hybrid technology GaAs Next gen GAN Higher RF performance 7
  8. 8. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Company confidential Why ACE8 – Superior performance and features • Despite its compact size the node offers intelligent features and premium performance • The amplifier stages are based on the latest GaN solution that makes the usable gain range especially wide and results in enhanced noise perseverance • Meets the latest network requirements for DOCSIS 3.1 up to 1.2 GHz 8
  9. 9. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Company confidential Why ACE8 – Monitoring and control • All the adjustments are electrical and controlled locally and/or remotely • Intelligent management features reduce need for onsite manual maintenance • Automatic alignment feature can perform several tasks during the installation or at a later stage of the ACE8 life cycle by just pressing a single button • Automatic and manual ingress control 9
  10. 10. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Company confidential Why ACE8 – Economical  PSU with power factor correction and clever design guarantee low power consumption • Automatic features reduce the time-consuming and inefficient network operations • Regular seasonal maintenance visits are not needed • Plug-in attenuators or equalisers are not needed • True plug-and-play installation 10
  11. 11. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Company confidential Why ACE8 – Robust  The integrated fiber management space provides a secure storing location for fiber optic cables and fiber splices • Automatic ingress control quarantees upstream signal quality • Ingress is isolated to the source area, which significantly reduces the number of affected subscribers • Operational efficiency is increased due to reduced truck rolls 11 ROBUST AUTOMATIC INTEGRATED PERFORMANCE COMPACT USER-FRIENDLY GaN ACTIVE PFC RIS ALC 204 MHz DOCSIS 3.1 RELIABLEAUTO ALIGNMENTS IP67 NOPLUG-INS POWER SAVE 1218MHz
  12. 12. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Company confidential Protecting fibers against damage 12
  13. 13. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Company confidential Why ACE8 – Easy to use  Intuitive touch screen user interface for tablets • Remote connectivity also via third- party applications through SNMP • USB and wireless Bluetooth® connectivity for easy configuration on the site • Rich monitoring features make it easy to locate problems. NOC has full view over the network and network degradation can be prevented • Improved usability results in less human errors and more reliable network. 13
  14. 14. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Company restricted Deployments – 1.2 GHz & intelligent devices Massive installed base of 1.2 GHz & intelligent device • 410K+ HFC devices (1.2 GHz) • 85K+ are with 200 MHz Upstream • 320K+ Intelligent Devices • 330K+ With remote control/monitoring • 142K HMS transponders • 90K DOCSIS transponders • 102K One-way control • Software is field proven and robust • Extensive hardware and software R&D invested • Network availability and OpEx savings are field proven 14
  15. 15. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Company confidential Use cases Greenfield and brownfield projects • Network segmentations • Network renovations • Fiber deep deployments • Multi-dwelling units 15
  16. 16. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Company confidential Power Save Mode 33% Installation 18% Diplex Filter Change 19% Ingress Control 15% Repair/Maintenance 15% Operational Savings: Split – 5 Year Case Study 16
  17. 17. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Company confidential In a nutshell – Why Teleste ACE8? Intelligent features save OpEx • Instant plug and play • No plug-ins • Locate and isolate ingress • Remote diagnostics • Spectrum analyzer • No maintenance visits • Power save Top-tier performance • 54 dBmV • Downstream up to 1.2 GHz • Upstream up to 204 MHz • Next gen GAN • IP67 • Factory calibrated Flexibility • Replaceable diplexers • Local and remote management with intuitive user interfaces 17

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