The Motorola BSR 2000 (Broadband Services Router) Cable Modem Termination System and Router allows cable operators
to generate incremental revenue, reduce operational cost, and more cost-
effectively introduce voice, data and video services to additional subscribers.
This compact, high performance Cable Modem termination System (CMTS)
is ideal for small or medium sized distribution hubs or for larger sites in the
earlier stages of market penetration of broadband services.
The Motorola BSR 64000 with release 5.2 is a fully redundant, carrier-class intelligent CMTS/edge router supporting (Euro) DOCSIS® 3.0 for next-generation Ultra-Broadband cable services. The BSR 64000 allows cable operators to cost-effectively and efficiently deploy Ultra-Broadband services in excess of 140 Mbps (DOCSIS) / 200 Mbps (EuroDOCSIS) with per-flow Quality of Service by implementing downstream channel bonding on existing BSR 64000 platforms.
Motorola RX48- BSR 64000 Decoupled Upstream Module
The Motorola RX48 introduces advances in RF technology that will allow full DOCSIS 3.0 capability and much greater upstream spectrum utilization. It enables flexivle scaling of upstream capacity to achieve subscriber speeds of 100Mbps or beyond for Ultra-Broadband services. The Motorola RX48, combined with the TX32 Decoupled Downstream Module, provides industry leading density in a fully protected Integrated CMTS.
Motorola TX32- BSR 64000 Decoupled Downstream Module
The Motorola BSR 64000 Decoupled Downstream TX32 module provides significantly increased downstream capacity and drastically reducesper-subscriber and channel costs for supporting the economical delivery of ultra-broadband services at speeds greater than 200 Mbps. It is an evolutionary product that provides major flexibility for operators so they can cost-effectively scale downstream bandwidth to deliver ultra-broadband services. With the TX32, cable operators can deliver increasedbandwidth for DOCSIS 3.0 as well as legacy DOCSIS 1.0, 1.1, and 2.0 cable modems.
Motorola Ether-Flex™ Network Interface Module
Motorola's Ether-Flex™ Network Interface Module (NIM) provides the high-performance routing and availability cable operators depend on for the delivery of reliable tiered data and primary-line residentialvoice services. In addition, the Ether-Flex is designed to enable cost-effective network scalability to meet the ever-increasing bandwidth demand for ultra high-speed data and IPTV services.
The Motorola SRM4 Supervisory Resource Module Release 4 is an integrated control, switching, and routeprocessing module for the carrier-class BSR 64000CMTS/edge router. The SRM4 provides the high performance, advanced routing, and scalability needed for cable operators to deploy new high-speed Internet, voice, and video service packages to mid- and high-tier customers.
Coaxial Networks DC-1100 DC-1200
The Coaxial Networks IRIS (Cable Modem
Termination System) is a very compact and cost effective solution.
The system comprises of all the hardware and software elements tied
together to provide one comprehensive solution. Utilizing the existing cable infrastructure, which means no costly rewiring or downtime; operators can
quickly deploy broaband services. The core elements of the system are
DOCSIS 1.0/1.1 compatible system, provisioning of subscribers and services,
bandwidth and policy management. Coaxial Networks provides the complete
solution including the CMTS, Software and Cable Modems
coupled with network monitoring and end user customer support.
Blonder Tongue CS-CMTS
The Blonder Tongue CMTS (Cable Modem Termination System) conceptually
converts Ethernet based digital data signals to RF signals and
vice versa, allowing two-way transmission of digital data over
coaxial cable or HFC (Hybrid Fiber Coax) networks. The
Blonder Tongue Communication Station CMTS unit is based on
the DOCSIS (Data-Over-Cable-Service-Interface-Specification)
standards. The Blonder Tongue CMTS features a scalable design architecture
that supports one DOCSIS or Euro-DOCSIS downstream channel
with 64 or 256 QAM modulation and up to eight (8)
upstream channels that can be factory or field installed
supporting QPSK or 16 QAM.
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