Swedish MSO Com Hem chooses Compal Broadband Networks advanced cable gateway for its new high speed broadband service roll-out
Press release [Tuesday 23 July 2013]
Compal Broadband Networks, CBN has signed a multi-year frame agreement with Com Hem under which it will deliver its CBN CH7284E advanced Docsis cable gateway for the roll-out of Com Hem's new ultra high speed broadband service.
The CBN CH7284E advanced Docsis cable gateway is the most compact 16x4 gateway on the European market to enter effective commercial deployment, combining Docsis network speeds of 800 Mbps with real-world wireless speeds well over 500 Mbps based on its embedded 3x3 11ac based Wi-Fi technology.
Besides its tremendous speed capabilities and stylish slim enclosure design, the CBN CH7284E provides a whole range of advanced feature sets like Wi-Fi Home-spots, L2oGRE tunneling, home automation and smart meter support, full band capture tuner with remote diagnostics, as well as full IMS compatibility. This combination of raw speed power with an advanced feature set makes it the ideal product for the challenges that MSO's face today and their needs for support of a wide range of sophisticated applications at very high speed.
"The partnership with Compal Broadband Networks enables Com Hem to take our ultra high-speed strategy to the next level and enable even higher broadband speeds for our customers. Compal's CH7284E advanced Docsis cable gateway offers the latest technology and we are proud to, together with Compal's technology, be one of the first providers in the world to offer such high speeds over cable," says Henri Caddeo, CTO at Com Hem.
Alex Wang, CEO of Compal Broadband Networks CBN: "We are very happy and proud to be able to support Com Hem in the roll-out of their new ultra high-speed broadband service. Compal Broadband Networks will continue to lead the cable gateway business with a strong and innovative product portfolio well adapted to the needs of our customers."
About Com Hem
Com Hem is one of Sweden's leading suppliers of television, high-speed broadband and fixed-telephony. Approximately 37%, nearly 1.78 million, of Sweden's households are connected to Com Hem's network, with access to the market's broadest range of television services. Com Hem offers attractively priced, high-quality and comprehensive services for television, high-speed broadband and fixed-telephony. The company was established in 1983, is controlled by BC Partners and has approximately 950 employees and its head office in Stockholm. For further information, visit: http://www.comhem.se/
About Compal Broadband Networks
Compal Broadband Networks, Inc. CBN is part of the global Compal group. Combining its extensive experience in Cable Voice and Broadband products with its innovative Wireless and in-home Gateway technologies, CBN offers a full line of cable modems, gateways, media gateways, set top boxes and digital connected consumer appliances, such as TV's, Wi-Fi Repeater's, Android based tablets and Smart TV Dongles. As a result of its extensive connected home integration approach, all of CBN products interface with each other seamlessly, allowing people to live a convenient and better life while using CBN products. For more information, visit http://www.icbn.com.tw/
The CBN CH7284E advanced Docsis cable gateway
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