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FSAN

(Full Service Access Network) An optical access network that provides high-speed (broadband) transmission directly to or closer to the customer. The FSAN initiative was formed in 1995 by a consortium of major telecom companies worldwide in order to promote the deployment of DSL to the premises. See DSL, FTTP and PON.
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The Tokyo meeting allowed FSAN to take the first steps toward XG-PON1 interoperability and to define Operator requirements for longer term generations of fiber access systems that can offer services in the Gbps per user range.
The FSAN Tokyo 2011 is a milestone of next generation optical access networks and services.
Founded in 1995 by seven leading global network operators, FSAN is an influential forum to initiate and accelerate the A-PON, B-PON, and G-PON deployment specifications.
In addition, FSAN members will address multiple issues for continued interoperability testing among carriers and system vendors and attend a presentation by Martin Nuss, Vitesse's vice president of technology and strategy.
The Alcatel FTTH is a robust FSAN standards compliant solution that offers best in class performance and reliability and builds on Alcatel's access technology, innovation and market leadership.