ADB has been supplying Teo with broadband devices since 2009 and a new deal will see it add intelligent gateways using its Epicentro software stack with OSGi framework and network application portal.
The application portal enables consumers to install home network applications from a dedicated application store. Example services include energy management, home automation, home security and health-care, which usually require complex software installations and an always-on PC, ADB said.
The A4001N data gateway uses an ADSL2+ platform, offering high-speed broadband access via both wireless and wired home connections. The EA4201N-G provides similar ADSL2+ WAN connectivity, with the option to use gigabit Ethernet for fibre customers. It comes with Wi-Fi 802.11n 2×2, 4 gigabit Ethernet ports for the in-home network, and two FXS ports for VoIP. Both gateways run Epicentro Gold gateway software from ADB, and include a USB port for media and printer sharing.
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