ZXMSG 5200

Aggregating multiple technologies into a single platform, ZXMSG 5200, as a medium capacity multi-service access gateway, enables operators to offer legacy service, emerging data services and IPTV service over a variety of access technologies. Besides narrowband access, ZXMSG 5200 supports all types of copper-based xDSL access, fiber-based xPON access, FE/GE access etc. ZXMSG 5200 connects PTSN/NGN/IMS network for voice service, and ATM/IP network for data service. ZXMSG 5200 is at the access layer of NGN network. As a medium capacity access gateway, it is used in C5 solution for reconstruction or new office.


  • Advanced IP+TDM dual-bus architecture
    Based on advanced IP+TDM dual-bus architecture, ZXMSG 5200 processes each service with the most appropriate technology, and it guarantees enough bandwidth for each subscriber based on its infrastructure of GE/10GE bandwidth to each slot.
  • Multiple access capability
    ZXMSG 5200 supports narrowband access, copper-based ADSL/2/2+ access, VDSL/VDSL2 access, SHDSL access, fiber-based xPON access, FE/GE LAN access etc. latest access technology VDSL2/SHDSL.bis/GPON/EPON are integrated into ZXMSG 5200 platform.
  • PWE3 support to be compatible with traditional application
    ZXMSG 5200 supports PWE3 function to help operators inherit TDM leased line service in a modern all-IP network environment.
  • Smooth migration in the network evolution
    ZXMSG 5200 supports smooth migration from PSTN to NGN or IMS to protect the operator's investment.
  • High adaptability to diversified environment
    ZXMSG 5200 provides series product models, including different capacity, different access mode (front and rear access), different splitter mode(MDF side and shelf side) and different application environment (indoor and outdoor type), to meet different requirements.
  • Powerful NMS, flexible configuration and management
    ZXMSG 5200 can be managed as one network element both for narrowband, broadband service and support SELT/DELT test. It can also be separate so as to adapt to the existing maintenance structure of the carriers