MT2 – An active Broadband Forum member since 2010


About the Broadband Forum

The Broadband Forum is a non-profit industry organization focused on engineering faster broadband networks. Members include telecommunications networking and service provider companies, broadband device and equipment vendors, consultants and independent testing labs (ITLs). Today, Broadband expertise is sourced from more than 150 manufacturers and service provider companies.

BBF’s mission is the following – quote « Our work enables home, business and converged broadband services, encompassing customer, wireline and wireless access and backbone networks. Our mission is to accelerate the adoption of the work in order to bring new, valuable services to our member companies and all stakeholders who use the developed work. » unquote.


An international recognition

Within the BBF, MT2 participates to the Testing and Certification Programs on the FTTH. Since 2010, with LAN Labs (Laboratoires des Applications Numériques), our company has been recognized internationally for its know-how on the ITU-PON PON protocols family (GPON, XG-PON, XGS-PON). As a matter of fact, MT2 G-PON analyzers and OLT emulators are used for the BBF.247 certification program to test your equipment. More than 45 ONUs have already been certified with our solution. The list of the ONUs can be consulted at:


An active presence and participation

MT2 team attends every quarterly BBF meeting. As an active member, we do believe that knowledge should be shared in order to progress. We are also convinced that the company needs to keep an open-minded culture by discussing with fellow members.

Our solution aims to improve equipments interoperability between vendors and operators in the broadband market. The BBF gives us the opportunity to work on next generation of interoperability solutions.

The 2017 Fourth Quarter Meeting will be held in New-Orleans, LA from the 4th to the 7th of December. MT2 will be there !