ZTE Corporation, a supplier of data- and telecommunications systems in China, selected the ADSL2/ADSL2+ Geminax Max and Vinetic chipsets of Infineon Technologies for its Multi-Service Access Network (MSAN) line card.
ZTE's new ZXA10-SU2 MSAN single line card provides integrated voice and ADSL2+ data (IVD) services eliminating the need for separate solutions.
Infineon's Geminax Max fully supports the latest international standards for ADSL, ADSL2, and ADSL2+. Combined with the Vinetic voice processor, it provides a modular hardware platform for line cards supporting IVD, with an optional, seamless Voice-over-Packet (VoP) functionality. By utilizing Infineon's integrated splitter technology the need for external splitters and extra cabling that has been traditionally required to implement a combination of ADSL and POTS line cards are eliminated, thereby reducing the overall bill of materials and maintenance cost. The line card offers 16 POTS and ADSL channels and allows greater and more efficient use of new and existing infrastructure.