Austrian cable operator Liwest is using technology provider Arris’s CCAP-based E600 converged edge router to deliver 250mbps internet speeds, with plans to offer a 1Gbps service in the future.
“At Liwest, we are committed to providing the ultimate broadband experiences to our subscribers,” said Hubert Riedl, vice-president products and services at Liwest. “The Arris E6000 CER offers new levels of density, capacity, and operational efficiency that enable us to expand our bandwidth and capacity and scale to a range of new advanced services that will delight our subscribers.”
“The Arris E6000 CER empowers LIWEST to operate smarter networks that deliver the super-fast broadband speeds to attract and retain customers,” said Steve McCaffery, Senior vice-president, EMEA and Asia Pacific, Arris. “The E6000 CER is a proven global solution that uses much less space and power than existing architectures, while delivering remarkable downstream and upstream capacity. Our work with Liwest is a prime example of Arris’s collaboration with customers around the world to usher in the next era of content delivery.”