Residential gateway announcements - Technicolor, Motorola, Broadcom, Marvell, and Jungo
Here are several residential gateway-related news releases in the past week or so:
- Technicolor will provide its TG587nv2 to O2 UK Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Telefónica;
- Motorola's 7600 Series of ultra-broadband VDSL2 gateways will be deployed by Swisscom to provide high definition (HD) video, high-speed data and voice-over-IP (VoIP) to its subscribers.;
- Broadcom announced the availability of its BCM6818 Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON)-based residential gateway system-on-a-chip (SoC) solution. Broadcom notes that this SoC represents one of the first and most complete hardware and software solutions currently available for enabling advanced GPON-based residential gateway services that include Wi-Fi, voice over IP (VoIP), Ethernet switching and IPTV.
- Marvell and Jungo announced the integration Jungo's OpenRG™ residential gateway software and Marvell's AVANTA™ Application Gateway - on-a-Chip (GoC). With the new residential gateway reference platform, service providers and network operators will have easier access to always-on home services and value-added applications while increasing average revenue per user.