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A Step Ahead: MT2 Launches the First and Only XG-PON1 Analyzer and Emulator!

TOURNON, France, February 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

MT2 (http://www.mt2.fr), the worldwide leader in GPON testing and monitoring solutions, is launching the XG-PON Platform, a FPGA based server which can work as either an analyzer or an OLT emulator for XG-PON1 networks, with revamped and optimized versions of its analyzer and OLT emulator client GUI software.

"Our X-G.PON1 solution builds on the strengths of our NIVA series: with its powerful client-server architecture, it is the only test tool which can analyze XG-PON1 bitstreams - in real-time and continuously. Of course, it is neutral and non-intrusive, the pure FPGA server (no specific chipset) is faster, more robust than ever, and the improved GUIs will offer to our customers a more comprehensive view of the network with a unique comfort," says Christian Sellier, MT2's CEO.

In partnership with LAN, the official BBF.247 ONU conformance certification laboratory, MT2 has also updated its BBF.247 test-suite to support the new IR-247 issue 2 test-plan. MT2 is a proactive member of the Broadband Forum and is committed to the success of the certification program.

Hervé Mary, LAN CEO said: "MT2's toolset was a key factor in the implementation of the BBF.247 certification program and we are glad to pursue our partnership with MT2 to offer an up-to-date, ever more accurate and comprehensive testing experience."

This new OD-247 issue 2 test-suite is available immediately and will be included in upgrades for testbeds under guarantee or maintenance contract.

MT2's NIVA analyzers offer in-depth, comprehensive analysis and a most comfortable user experience in the ADSL, GPON and now XG-PON1 domains.

MT2 GPON and XG-PONs eOLT scriptable OLT emulators are a unique testing tool for ONUs, offering great flexibility and native support for test automation.

The MT2 BBF.247 testbed (NIVA Analyzer+eOLT+BBF.247 scripts) has been chosen by LAN, the official BBF.247 ONU conformance certification laboratory.

About MT2

Innovating technologically, imagining services for tomorrow, confronting the product being developed with the real world, these are the three guidelines of MT2's approach in reaching its objective: To better meet the current and future expectations of our customers. Since 1999, MT2 designs, develops and manufactures non-intrusive signal analyzers for POTS domain, ADSL, ADSL2, ADSL2Plus, GPON and X.GPON and XG-PON/GPON-OLT emulators. Visit http://www.mt2.fr/

Contact:
Christian Sellier
Tel: +33-475-07-99-36
Email: [email protected]

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