MA5800C

Huawei

MA5800C

The MA5800C is a series of integrated fiber-copper access devices. They support VDSL2, Vectoring, SuperVector, SHDSL, POTS, and GPON access modes and provide Internet access, voice, and video services to subscribers. As a series of large-/medium-capacity devices, they share the same software platform and service boards.

The MA5800C-X16, if serving as a large-capacity DSLAM or MSAN, supports VDSL2, Vectoring, SHDSL, POTS, and GPON access modes.

The MA5800C-X6, if serving as a medium-capacity DSLAM or MSAN, supports VDSL2, Vectoring, SuperVector, SHDSL, POTS, and GPON access modes.

Integrated Fiber-Copper Access

The MA5800C enables optical fibers and copper lines to be integrated in one platform. In addition, the MA5800C can function as a DLSAM to be used in copper access only, or as an MSAN to be used in integrated Fiber-copper access.

    • Copper line access: The MA5800C supports DSL and POTS services. The MA5800C supports multiple copper line access modes and makes use of existing copper line resources to provide users with rich and flexible network services.

    • Optical fiber access: The MA5800C supports GPON optical fiber access.

    High-Bandwidth Copper Access

    New technologies, such as Vectoring/Vector Pro, SuperVector, increase the bandwidth over the existing copper lines. This revives the cooper lines.

    • Vectoring: The bandwidth can be boosted to about 60 Mbit/s within an 800-m distance, the system supports a maximum of 768 subscriber lines, which is the largest capacity in the industry.

    • Vector Pro: The bandwidth can be boosted to about 100 Mbit/s within an 800-m distance, the system supports a maximum of 768 subscriber lines, which is the largest capacity in the industry.

    • SuperVector: The bandwidth can be boosted to about 300 Mbit/s within a 300-m distance.

    Better Video Experience

    The MA5800C has excellent architecture design, which enables users to enjoy better video experience.

    • 1000 concurrent 4K users, no bottleneck

    • “0” waiting for video start/zapping

    • “0” screen mess for better experience