Today, Genesis Technical System announced its mBond technology for increased backhaul performance has achieved SIN 498 by passing BT’s Modem Conformance Testing (MCT).
mBond delivers cost effective and immediate broadband to customers out of reach of fibre, and is the new generation of a bonding solution that addresses the inherent issues associated with G.Bond and EFM bonding.
It is highly tolerant of individual line pair performance and failure, and supports carrier scale deployment for enterprises, mobile data backhaul, multi-dwelling units, T1/E1 replacement and small cell architectures.
Stephen Cooke, Genesis founder and CTO, said: “This is a massive achievement for Genesis and a testament to the high-quality products we produce and the professional standards we adhere to. This certification also verifies the backhaul features of DSL Rings, instilling confidence in our technology in the UK and around the world.”
BT SIN 498 is the specification defining BT’s VDSL2 service requirements, ensuring that products meet specific standards of support and compatibility.
Peter Khoury, Genesis chief-executive and legal counsel, added: “Genesis has gone from strength to strength this year, and is asserting itself within the global telecoms industry. Achieving this compliance will open many doors for Genesis, paving the way for UK orders of mBond, particularly to carriers and service providers using BT’s VDSL2 network throughout the UK.”
The MCT also covers supplementary features of BT’s VDSL network, including: support for G.INP, SRA, vectoring and extensive diagnostic reporting, all intended to make connectivity more reliable and consistent.
Written from press release by Leah Alger