Arris launches new line of DOCSIS 3.1 gateways aimed at service providers

(Arris)

After releasing a series of DOCSIS 3.1 products aimed at the retail market earlier this year, Arris has announced the availability of modems and gateways aimed at service providers.

Include in the new product line is the TG3442 gateway, designed to deliver whole home video at an “entry-level” price point; the TG3452 gateway, supporting even faster speeds to deliver carrier-grade video over wireless; and the premium TG3462 telephony gateway, which adds multiple IoT radios and multiple 8x8 Wi-Fi.

Arris debuted its first DOCSIS 3.1 modem, the retail-targeted SB8200, a year ago. The three new gateways will be submitted to CableLabs for testing. Arris will also be showing off the new hardware at its booth next week at the SCTE’s Cable-Tec Expo.

“Today, we deliver one of the broadest ranges of devices, addressing the diverse needs of service providers worldwide,” aid Larry Robinson, president of customer premises equipment at Arris, in a statement. 

“The TG3442 adds to our leading portfolio of gateway devices, which are becoming important hubs of the connected home. And combined with our new Touchstone Development Partner Program, our expanded DOCSIS portfolio is enabling the next generation of gigabit services and experiences,” he added. 

Arris also said that it’s launching its Touchstone Development Partner Program, which is designed to open up Touchstone platform development to various software partners around the world.

For more:
- read this Arris press release

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