The Sckipio G.fast was built for delivering the best broadband access performance over copper that ever existed. The Sckipio G.fast solution is not a re-spin of a technology that was never designed to handle the extreme performance and power management requirements of G.fast.
Sckipio cut no corners to deliver the highest performance G.fast modems ever conceived. Unlike some VDSL-modified solutions pretending to be G.fast, the DP3000 is 100% G.fast and handles up to 10Gbps of traffic and supports the entire 2MHz to 106Mhz spectrum.
The real world is messy. Infrastructure isn’t always as pristine as service providers would like. That’s okay. The robust Sckipio G.fast solution is designed to handle the toughest situations. From the highest immunity to disturbers, fast Online Reconfiguration (Fast OLR), a low-noise receive path, and short train/retrain times, the DP3000 sets the benchmark for link stability.
The vectoring control engine (VCE) is one of the essential features of G.fast and the Sckipio vectoring is revolutionary. The DP3000 built-in scalable VCE processing power that responds super quickly to changing conditions to maintain vector groups and can achieve vectoring group sizes as large as 64 lines.
The Sckipio DPU solution supports discontinuous operation and delivers an average end-to-end transceiver power of 1.5 watts per line. Full discontinuous mode support and other power save modes are included to lower power consumption in real world conditions.
The Sckipio team was very thoughtful about the overall system requirements and designed out as many inefficiencies as possible. With a highly integrated design, many built-in components and an ultra-compact system, OEMs and service providers can benefit from a very affordable and practical solution.
The smart phone craze is creating an insatiable demand for mobile broadband. G.fast plays a large role in backhauling mobile traffic from small cells over twisted pair. The Sckipio solution includes support for time-of-day (ToD) synchronization to external clock reference, synchronization using low accuracy management protocol IEEE 1588 and one PPS signal, and 8KHz Network Time Reference support between the DPU and CPE.