Monday, April 4, 2005

Brazilian MSO Selects Motorola BSR 64000 CMTS/Edge Router

NET Servicos de Comunicacao, the largest cable operator in Brazil, selected Motorola's BSR 64000 CMTS/edge routers to serve as the foundation for enhanced IP services, including voice, throughout Brazil. The initiative marks NET Servicos' first expansion into IP-based voice services, and the first step on a path toward unifying the company's wireless and switched network assets on an IP platform.

Motorola will provide both network infrastructure and consumer premise equipment, including cable modems with integrated telephony and wireless features for the upgrade. The Motorola BSR 64000 will provide scalability and redundancy as NET expands its network with voice and high-speed data offerings.

NET Servicos will deploy 11 Motorola BSR 64000 units, leveraging the product's redundancy features to permit "always on" availability and density to accommodate future growth in subscribers and the addition of VoIP services. NET Servicos will also deploy the Motorola SBV5120 modem, which supports voice and data services. Additionally the operator will offer the Motorola SBG900, offering an integrated 802.11g wireless access point and a cable modem into a single unit. The products will be implemented as part of field trials of VoIP and Wi-Fi services throughout Brazil.


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