Liberty Global-owned German cable operator Unitymedia KabelBW has deployed Arris’s E6000 Converged Edge router, the company’s CCAP platform.
Arris said its E6000 now delivers services to over two million subscribers globally.
“Arris and Liberty Global have a long-term relationship during which we have deployed Arris broadband infrastructure solutions at Unitymedia KabelBW to efficiently grow our broadband services and stay at the forefront of our market,” said Colin Buechner, chief network officer at Liberty Global.
“The E6000 CER enables us to expand our services to a whole new level by providing large increases in capacity in a cost effective manner.”
“The Arris E6000 CER delivers improved density and a cost-effective integrated architecture – it powers smarter networks,” said Steve McCaffery, senior vice-president, EMEA and Asia Pacific, Arris.
“Using much less space and power than existing architectures as well as delivering remarkable downstream and upstream capacity for super fast broadband speeds to attract and retain customers, our E6000 is the perfect package.”
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