SOLVING THE LAST MILE CHALLENGE

The market is hungry for growth but the existing technologies create a significant growth barrier

Technology that enables broadband over coaxial cables has been developed and become a real and cost-effective way for connection. With its large distribution and the capacity to deliver broadband at up to 25 Gbps in the long term, coaxial cables are largely an unused resource in the broadband expansion in Europe.

Fiber Access Extension Over Coax

InCoax’s Fiber Access Extension technology solves the ‘Last Mile Challenge’ of providing Gigabit or MultiGigabit broadband services to Multi-Dwelling Units (MDUs).

It cost-effectively uses the existing in-house coax cable infrastructure, positioning it as the time-saving alternative to pulling new cables, as well as helping to meet sustainability targets. Subsequently it increases property reach and grows the addressable market size for operators.

The modems can be self-installed by tenants, saving time and money when installing and launching services. It can also be rolled-out in stages which shortens time for revenue, lowers initial CAPEX and contributes to faster overall Return on investment (ROI).

MoCA Access™ 2.5 standard

The MoCA Access 2.5 standard was created to solve the Last mile challenge. It is capable of 2.5 Gbps data speed using the existing in-building coaxial cabling.

MoCA Access is a point-to-multipoint system standard serving up to 63 modems (clients). It is designed to co-exist with legacy services such as cable- and satellite-TV, DOCSIS, and cellular (4G/5G) technologies. The operating frequency range is 400 – 1675 MHz. It has low latency (delay less than 5ms) and is nearly symmetrical, throughput is up to 2.5 Gbps downstream and 2 Gbps upstream.

In:xtnd™ is based on this standard.

Introduction in:xtnd

EASY TO INSTALL,
NO NEW CABLES

FAST AND SYMMETRIC
GIGABIT PERFORMANCE

SMART, SUSTAINABLE
AND COST-EFFICIENT

A COMPLETE RANGE OF PRODUCTS
FOR GIGABIT FIBER ACCESS

in:xtnd is your MultiGigabit Fiber Access Extension for Active Ethernet backbone broadband deployments. It connects up to 31 apartments (modems) per RF channel with 2.5 Gbps speed broadband, and supports many users per port for Multicast streaming (IP-TV), browsing, gaming and working from home. It is available in one or four port versions for indoor installation and has a SOAP/XML interface for existing operator provisioning system integration.

in:xtnd control

in:xtnd control units are installed indoor, in basement, on each floor or attic depending on FTTep (Fiber To The extension point) location. Local management Web GUI and CLI options. ZTP (Zero Touch Provisioning) of system set-up and provisioning, allows for fast and easy installation of systems and effective use of human resources that saves time and money. It is managed through SOAP/XML interface for incorporation to your existing management and provisioning system, to complement your fiber roll-out strategy. Certified for usage in North America and Europe.

Controller C254 front R 20x20 300dpi RGB

in:xtnd Control

Reliant Ethernet over coax access nodes
in:xtnd Control is an Ethernet over coax access node, capable of 2.5 Gbps per RF-port. in:xtnd Control communicates with up to 31 in:xtnd Access modems per channel. in:xtnd is based on the MoCA Access™ 2.5 standard (Profile D). The in:xtnd C254 (4-channel) supports up to 124 in:xtnd Access modems. It is also available in a 1-channel version supporting up to 31 in:xtnd Access modems.

  • MoCA Access Control unit
  • Extends Active Ethernet backbone network
  • 10G SFP+ slot port
  • 4-channels serving up to 124 modems
  • 17dBm output power
  • Filters to minimize signal interference
  • Integrated brackets for easy mount
  • Approved for both Europe and North America
  • Fully compatible with previous in:xtnd versions

IN:XTND CONTROL C251
MoCA bands: A-A, A-B, A-C, A-D, A-E
Frequency range: 400-1675 MHz
Coax channel: 1 x 2,5 Gbps
Access modems: 31 pcs

IN:XTND CONTROL C254
MoCA bands: A-A, A-B, A-C, A-D, A-E
Frequency range: 400-1675 MHz
Coax channel: 4 x 2,5 Gbps (10 Gbps total)
Access modems: 31 pcs/channel (124 total)

APPROVALS
Marking: CE, FCC, IC, cNUS
EMC: EN55032:2015 Class A, EN55035:2017, FCC Part 15 B Class A, ICES-003 Class A
Safety: IEC62368-1:2014, EN62368-1:2014 + A11:2017, AS/NZS 62368.1:2018, CSA/UL 62368-1:2014
ROHS: ROHS 2.0

in:xtnd Combine

High performance frequency combiners
Combine is a family of high performance di- and triplexer filters. The in:xtnd Combine is designed to be used for connecting one or two MoCA Access channels from an in:xtnd™ Control and FM/VHF into a single coaxial cable. This enables TV and gigabit broadband traffic to run through the same coax cable.

In:xtnd Combine A-A, A-C: 400-900, 1025-1675 Mhz
In:xtnd Combine A-B: 800-1675 Mhz
In:xtnd Combine A-C: 1025-1675 Mhz
In:xtnd Combine A-D: 1125-1675 Mhz

F-connectors, 3/8″-32UNEF thread

in:xtnd access modem

in:xtnd Access

Reliable coax to Ethernet modems
in:xtnd™ Access is a family of reliable Coax to Ethernet Media Converters. in:xtnd™ Access modems are capable of 1 Gbps speed communication on each LAN output. They communicate with in:xtnd™ Control units based on the MoCA Access™ 2.5 standard (Profile D). It connects to any antenna outlet for easy self installation. It is remotely configurable and the pass through RF/VHF output supports all existing TV standards.

in:xtnd Access A101

  • Improved link budget when combined with in:xtnd Control C251
  • Improved filters to minimize signal interference
  • Bracket included for easy mount
  • Approved for both Europe and North America
  • Fully compatible with previous in:xtnd versions
IN:XTND ACCESS MA 2.5 2 CAM2522

MoCA bands: A-A, A-B, A-C, A-D, A-E
Frequency range: 400-1675 MHz
Ethernet ports: 2 x 1 Gbps

APPROVALS
Marking modem: CE, FCC
Marking power supply: CE, FCC; IC, ETL, UL (US/CA)
EMC: EN55032:2015, EN55035:2017, FCC Part 15 Class B, ICES-003 Class B
Safety: EN60950-1:2006/A11/A1/A12/A2, EN50581:2012, UL60950-1 1st ed, CAN/CSA-C22.2 NO.60950-1
ROHS: ROHS 2.0

IN:XTND ACCESS A101-IP
MoCA bands: A-A, A-C
Frequency range: 400-900, 1025-1675 MHz
Ethernet port: 1 x 1 Gbps

IN:XTND ACCESS A101-AA
MoCA bands: A-A
Frequency range: 400-900 MHz
Ethernet port: 1 x 1 Gbps

IN:XTND ACCESS A101-AC
MoCA band: A-C
Frequency range: 1025-1675 MHz
Ethernet port: 1 x 1 Gbps

IN:XTND ACCESS A101-AD
MoCA band: A-D
Frequency range: 1125-1675 MHz
Ethernet port: 1 x 1 Gbps

APPROVALS
Marking: CE, FCC, IC, ETL
EMC: EN55032:2015 Class B, EN55035:2017, FCC Part 15 Class B, ICES-003 Class B
Safety: IEC62368-1:2014, EN62368-1:2014, UL60950-1 1st ed, CAN/CSA-C22.2 NO.60950-1
ROHS: ROHS 2.0

in:xtnd Manage

Provisioning and Control System
The in:xtnd Manage is an advanced cloud based element manager with features for in:xtnd Control deployment, service-based in:xtnd Access deployment, control and supervision of the coax link conditions. In:xtnd Manage includes essential functions for service provisioning and network management.

Automatic element deployment
Advanced service and policy management
XML-SOAP interface for fast and easy third-party OSS/BSS integration
Wide range of network statistics

NEW PRODUCT !

Incoax D2501 DPU

D2501 is a versatile MultiGigabit Fiber Access Extension DPU (Distribution Point Unit) for GPON, XG-PON, XGS-PON and Active Ethernet backbone broadband deployments. It connects up to 8, 16 or 31 apartments (modems) on the RF channel with 2.5 Gbps speed broadband, to enable streaming (IP-TV), browsing, gaming and working from home. D2501 is a one port DPU for in- or outdoor installation (IP-67), powered on site or externally through Common Reverse Power Feed. Powerful web-based interface for existing operator provisioning system integration through standard protocols such as TR-69, NETCONF/YANG and SNMP.

BENEFITS
  • Solves the Last Mile Challenge for FTTB deployments
  • Increase property reach and addressable market
    Multigigabit P2P or Gigabit P2MP performance to MDU’s
  • No new cables – Cost Effective & Sustainable
  • Rolled-out in stages-shortens time for revenue
  • Self-installed by tenants – no apartment (unit) access needed – saves time and money
  • Lowers initial CAPEX and contributes to overall ROI
PERFORMANCE
  • GPON, XG-PON, XGS-PON and Active Ethernet Northbound communication
  • 10G SFP+ slot port
  • Well established and future proof technology standard – MoCA Access 2.5
  • Can co-exist with other communication in same coax cable; Terrestrial, Cable, Satellite, DOCSIS – easier to get building access if not all subscribers wish to connect initially
  • Fiber-like Symmetrical broadband with Low Latency –
    Up- and Downsteam Gigabit or MultiGigabit performance
  • Broadband access at heart of apartment (unit) – No internal wiring needed
  • Outperforms legacy copper technologies such as G.fast
DEPLOYMENT
  • Water resistant IP-67 casing
  • Common Reverse Power Feed
  • Web GUI and CLI local management
  • Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP) system setup
  • TR-69, NETCONF/YANG, SNMP
  • Quality of Service (QoS)
  • FCC, IC, CE, UKCA, TUV SUD NRTL

ARE YOU READY TO GET ENGAGED?

1900 series

InCoax CLC1924
Coax Link Controller – Broadband access for MDU units and Hotels. Delivers IPTV, VoIP and broadband services at 700Mbps on four coax ports.

InCoax CAM1914
Coax to ethernet media converter modem. Front-end to Media Gateway, IPTV box or Wireless Router. Remotely configurable access port. Easy self-installation.

InCoax CAM1944
4-port ethernet switch to IPTV box, IP-telephony or Wireless Router. Remotely configurable Ethernet port. Remotely selectable RF-bands. Easy self-installation.

Coax Link Manager 
Provisioning and control system. For deployment, network management and supervision of the coax link conditions.

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EVENTS

UFBB

Helge Tiainen, the Head of Product Management, Marketing & Sales at Incoax, held an presentation about MoCA Technology Update on the Session: Copper Broadband Technology Developments.

State Of Broadband Summit

Helge Tiainen, the Head of Product Management, Marketing & Sales at Incoax, held an presentation about Fiber To The ecomonical point (FTTep)-Gigabit or MultiGigabit on the Plenary Session 2.

Gigabit Access

Helge Tiainen, Head of Product Management Marketing & Sales, in panel session at Gigabit Access virtual event on How can complimentary technologies support gigabit broadband rollouts hosted by Total Telecom, 20 April 2021.

Fiber Access Extension

Helge Tiainen, Head of Product Management Marketing & Sales, i föredrag på Broadband Acceleration Seminar (BASe) North America hosted by Broadband World Forum (BBF), Las Vegas 26 oktober 2019.

BASe

Helge Tiainen, Head of Product Management Marketing & Sales, was interviewed on Broadband Acceleration Seminar (BASe) North America hosted by Broadband World Forum (BBF), Las Vegas 26 October 2019.

FAQ

We are complimentary. You can keep your existing TV-services and upgrade to 2.5 Gbps broadband with minimal disturbance and at a significantly lower deployment cost.

Recently we were elected to the Board of Directors of Broadband Forum. Also, we have had a seat on the Board of MoCA® since the beginning of 2018. These types of forums are important as we can influence the establishment of standards and remain at the forefront of technological development.

We are proud to be using the existing infrastructure. It is smart and sustainable to utilize the coaxial cables as the main source of fiber access extension. This is a major advantage compared to most alternative solutions. Also, we strive to reduce the amount of energy/power that is required for all our products.
With in:xtnd we can make the Gigabit society a reality today without complications. Gigabit networks can be available to everyone, not only to those where an FTTH solution is available.

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