ZXA10 MSAN (Multi-Service Access Network) includes the Optical Line Terminal part (OLT), Optical Network Unit part (ONU) and built-in transmission as the major entities.

OLT is the point of convergence which provides V5 uplink to existing PSTN network, provides E1 connect to DDN, and provides FE/GE uplink interface to existing IP network as per requirement of the carrier. ONU provides various user interfaces to subscribers at remote side close to the users. Between OLT and ONU, the built-in MSTP system is provided which provides optimum scheduling and reliable transmission of TDM, ATM, and IP services in a unified platform. ZXA10 MSAN is used in the traditional PSTN network for both voice and data access.


  • True IP core, full GE/10GE architecture
    Based on advanced IP+TDM dual-bus architecture, ZXMSG5200 processes each service with the most appropriate technology, and it guarantees enough bandwidth for each subscriber based on its infrastructure of GE bandwidth to each slot.
  • Multiple access capability
    ZXA10 MSAN supports narrowband access, copper-based xDSL access, fiber-based xPON access, FE/GE LAN access etc. latest access technology VDSL2 and xPON are integrated into MSAN platform.
  • Smooth migration in the network evolution
    Both OLT and ONU of ZXA10 MSAN support smooth migration to NGN or IMS to protect the operator’s investment.
  • Perfect IPTV service support
    ZXA10 MSAN is a triple-play ready platform and it is also a service aware platform based on its QoS mechanism. It offers perfect support for IPTV service based some dedicated designs.
  • High adaptability to diversified environment
    ZXA10 MSAN provides series ONU models, including different capacity, different access mode (front and rear access) and different application environment (indoor and outdoor type), to meet different requirements.
  • Powerful NMS, flexible configuration and management
    ZXA10 MSAN can be managed as one network element both for narrowband and broadband service. It can also be separate so as to adapt to the existing maintenance structure of the carriers.