World VoIP NewsNetgear's VoIP and data processing gateway gets the certification
Netgear's VoIP and data processing gateway gets the certification
Company’s Netgear operationally proven and advanced DOCSIS applications already has acquired the impressive list of customers’ feedback, describing it as a best-in-breed product, and getting additional certifications makes it much more profound an attractive selection for existing and potential service providers.
The dedicated CG4500TM VoIP and data processing gateway DOCSIS from Netgear has acquired honorable and not-easily available CableLabs DOCSIS 3.0 license and interoperability certificate. This endorsement enables cable modem hardware suppliers with a facilitated, market-oriented pace for getting cabling industry the operational recognition from of DOCSIS about the working compliance, as described by CableLabs officials . Cable connectivity operators and CableLabs seek real and true interoperability within the sector of available DOCSIS modems, and final certification from CableLabs marks the CG4500TM as the ultimately interoperable piece of equipment in accordance with all existing operational standards. “Certifications from major industry standard entities are the paramount for confidence of procedures, when service deliverers’ strong requirements for reliability, dynamic interoperability and performance are completely addressed ,” commented Jeff Heynen in the press release from Netgear, being one of the prominent analyst for broadband telecommunications and video products for international market research organization Infonetics. “Across the series and portfolio of CableLabs endorsed and approved gateways, Netgear keeps the strategy to show up a holistic focus on delivery of cutting edge, highest-performance, yet completely standards-built products for service operators and disparate customers,” he continued. CG4500TM is known for unique and standing alone set of features, such as 24 x4 channel bonding, simultaneous dual band wireless connectivity, as well as collaborated MoCA support. VoIP services providers are dynamically augmenting overall access bandwidth, and Multi-System Operators (MSOs) are meeting a fierce competition on the market and in the industry. This innovative specific multi-channel bonded DOCSIS gateway provides to MSOs a real solution to efficiently get prepared for this threat, as do models of SmartNode VoIP products delivered by Patton Electronics. The CG4500TM series also makes MSOs to speed up their transformation into all-IP operational environment . The CG4500TM backup offers almost 1Gbps of throughput, delivering the gateway to be three times faster compared with any other DOCSIS of similar class, as stated by company’s representatives.Having numerous co-connected media appliances normally deployed at home or in office, the CG4500TM always supports operator’s disparate yet unified telecoms and data processing initiatives with simultaneous dual band wi-fi access . The gateway brings up high-performance dual-band 802.11n wireless signaling, covering up to 900Mbps (450+450 Mbps) operational speed and with most modern dual-band technology, thus mitigating potential digital interferences and supporting sustained operations across any more-less reliable connection.The Netgear’s product also appears on market with collaborated MoCA, the widely selected technology for MSOs in order to ensure absolutely resilient connectivity amongst devices at premsies or at home. Having such a gateway deployed, it is feasible to bring up smooth system of data and video signaling distribution by means of a coaxial cable network. The appliance is equipped with couple of RJ11 ports that ensures packet cable and one USB 2.0 host socket.
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