Motorola Introduces New Products Expanding Fiber Deep and CablePON Portfolios for Cable Operators
Innovative new products provide cable operators economical and seamless network migration
HORSHAM, Pa., Oct 26, 2009 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX News Network/ -- Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) Home & Networks Mobility business today announced the expansion of its cable access portfolio, with the introduction of compelling new products that enable cable operators to seamlessly and cost effectively migrate their networks to fiber deep architectures, and begin the transition to the all-fiber networks of tomorrow. Motorola will showcase its Fiber Deep and Cable Passive Optical Networks (CablePON) solutions in a demonstration at the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo, stand #4116.
As consumers' demand for additional video and bandwidth services grows, fiber deep is a network migration strategy that allows cable operators to cost effectively evolve and prepare their access networks to compete with alternative service providers delivering advanced video, voice and broadband services. As the evolution to all-fiber architectures begins, Motorola's solutions for CablePON -- including an end-to-end, radio frequency over glass (RFoG) offering -- enable cable operators to easily extend their existing services to customers using an advanced optical infrastructure.
By deploying Motorola Fiber Deep and CablePON solutions into their access networks, cable operators can easily address the need for increased service capacity, while leveraging existing investments and minimizing impact on capital budgets and business operations.
"In the face of increasing competition, cable operators are looking for innovative and economical solutions to help them deliver advanced services to their customers from a trusted source," said Joe Cozzolino senior vice president and general manager, Access Networks Solutions, Motorola Home and Networks Mobility. "Motorola's Fiber Deep and CablePON solutions offer cable operators the ability to affordably migrate fiber deeper into their networks to deliver the advanced services their customers demand."