Altice Labs has unveiled a portfolio of next-generation broadband gateways, powered by RDK Software.
The units will be available for deployment by service providers around the globe.
“Altice Labs is proud to join the RDK community by offering a suite of new RDK-based gateways to meet the needs of our parent company and other leading operators around the globe,” said Alcino Lavrador, general manager, Altice Labs.
The first product, an RDK GPON gateway, has already been deployed by Altice affiliate.
“Altice Labs is renowned for developing world-class broadband solutions, and we’re honored to have them in the RDK community,” said Steve Heeb, president and general manager of RDK. “Altice Labs should be commended for its ability to develop RDK solutions across multiple access network technologies, and for its use in the world’s first GPON deployment with RDK. These exciting broadband products are a clear testament to Altice Labs’ technological leadership and commitment to RDK.”
Altice Labs’ RDK-powered gateways include a GPON gateway with Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax); a DOCIS 3.1 gateway with Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax); and a DOCSIS 3.0 gateway with Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac). Altice Labs also plans to offer an XGS-PON gateway with Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) in the coming months.
Devices within the portfolio will be used by Altice Europe and Altice USA, and Altice Labs will also showcase the gateways to other service providers at the upcoming Broadband World Forum in Amsterdam in stand A20 from October 15-17, 2019.
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