Pace is introducing new ADSL and VDSL gateways at the Broadband World Forum in Amsterdam this week.
The UK technology company is introducing three devices targeted at entry-level, mid-level and high-end markets respectively.
The GA2305 is an entry-level ADSL2+ gateway targeted for high-speed Internet and IPTV services with wireless ‘n’ and four Ethernet interfaces, while the mid-level GA4305 adds voice services and VDSL2 to the entry level product to enable the triple play bundle and provide access network independence, according to Pace.
The GV5707 is Pace’s top-end model with full Gigabit Ethernet, dedicated VDSL2 and Ethernet WAN ports, high power dual-band concurrent 802.11ac and optional HPNA networking.
Also at the Broadband World Forum, Pace will showcase its range of ultra-HD media gateways, IP set-tops, its IPTV Mediaroom devices and pre-integrated hybrid video solution. It will also showcase its OTT video platform, access network solutions, and ECO home monitoring and management tools.
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