|[August 03, 2015]
Hitron Deploys Industry's First Gigabit DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modems
Technologies Inc., the global leader in the design, manufacturing
and distribution of innovative high-performance DOCSIS products for
Multiple-System Operators (MSOs) worldwide, today announced the launch
of the Gigabit
Cable Modem (CDA3-35), the industry's first DOCSIS 3.0 32x8 channel
bonding modem to be commercially deployed in Northern America.
The new CDA3-35,
which delivers speeds of up to 1 Gbps with 32 bonded downstream channels
over its DOCSIS interface, enables cable operators to deliver up to one
gigabit speeds to their customers in support of high-bandwidth Internet
applications such as telecommuting, HD and UHD video-on-demand,
high-speed residential Internet access, and interactive multimedia
services. GCI (News - Alert) and Suddenlink are the first MSOs to deploy the CDA3-35
and provide their residential and small office/home office (SOHO)
customers with the nation's fastest cable Internet speeds. Hitron ships
over three million DOCSIS units annually worldwide.
"The rollout of gigabit cable modems into the home will enable the
adoption of advanced applications such as high-definition streaming
content, interactive services, home security and other next-generation
connected home technologies that rely on fast, reliable broadband
connectivity to the Internet," explaied Jeff Heynen, Research Director,
Broadband Access and Pay TV at IHS (News - Alert). "For cable operators, the
availability of gigabit technology over their existing cable plant will
enable them to quickly compete with fiber-based services at an
affordable price point."
"True to Hitron fashion, we're the first to put the ultra-fast DOCSIS
3.0 compliant 32x8 modem technology in the hands of cable operators and
in the homes of their subscribers in North America," explained Todd
Babic, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer for Hitron Technologies (News - Alert)
Americas. "The CDA3-35 provides the fast Internet connectivity speeds
that will allow MSOs to deploy next-generation interactive services to
their subscribers and support the increasingly advanced applications and
devices in the Connected Home."
The CDA3-35 delivers up to one gigabit speeds by utilizing Intel's (News - Alert) Puma™
6-MG DOCSIS processor and MaxLinear's 32-channel MxL268 tuner, which are
drop-in and software compatible upgrades to prior 16- and 24-channel
solutions. This cost effective design approach with flexible and
world-class leading software allows Hitron to quickly deliver a gigabit
cable modem that is simple to deploy, monitor and manage. Once
connected, the built-in TFTP client automatically retrieves the IP
address and configuration data from the network. A browser-based utility
allows convenient viewing of key network statistics and SNMP support
provides total remote control over the device.
For more information on Hitron Technologies Inc. and its families of
DOCSIS-based products for residential and commercial environments, visit www.hitron-americas.com.
About Hitron Technologies Inc.
Hitron Technologies Inc., the parent company of Hitron Technologies
Americas Inc., has delivered over one million DOCSIS products annually
to MSOs worldwide, which support both residential and business class
At Hitron Technologies Americas Inc., our unique business model enables
our customers to succeed through first-to-market delivery while
maintaining high quality standards in a cost effective manner. We take
pride in our flexibility, responsiveness and capacity to support our
customers' evolving business demands. Since our inception, we have
operated with an unwavering commitment to delivering excellence in all
we do, and this will continue to define our future and ensure our
For more information about Hitron Technologies Inc., visit www.hitron-americas.com.
About MaxLinear, Inc.
MaxLinear, Inc. (NYSE: MXL) is a provider of integrated, radio
frequency, and mixed-signal integrated circuits for broadband
communications and data center, metro, and long-haul transport network
applications. MaxLinear is headquartered in Carlsbad, California. For
more information, please visit www.maxlinear.com.
MxL, Full-Spectrum (News - Alert) Capture, FSC and the MaxLinear logo are trademarks of
MaxLinear, Inc. Other trademarks appearing herein are the property of
their respective owners.
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