Monday, June 5, 2006

Motorola Shows Wireless Voice-Over-IP Gateway for ADSL2/2+

Motorola introduced a new wireless gateway that combines voice, data, and network functionality for ADSL2/2+ users.
The Motorola Home Hub (HH) 1620 DSL VoIP Wireless Gateway includes an 802.11b/g wireless access point, a four-port router, a USB 2.0 Host Connection, a USB 1.1 slave connection, as well as a Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)-based VoIP adapter.

Additional features include:

  • an 802.11 b/g wireless access point and a four-port wired router as well as a USB 2.0 host connection and a USB 1.1 slave connection.

  • Voice-over-Data Prioritization

  • CLASS Phone Features - Caller ID, call waiting, three-way calling, and call forwarding.

  • Multiple Phone Line Support- Enables delivery of up to two lines of
    full-featured phone service.

  • 802.11i security and pre-authentication, IPSEC/PPTP/L2TP NAT tunneling (for VPN pass-through), and Secure Mobile Pairing with push-button set-up.

  • Redundant Connectivity - Equipped with PSTN fail-over Protection Feature, in the event of ADSL signal loss or power outage.

  • Remote Management - Supports TR-069 extensions for remote provisioning, management and diagnosis; TR-104 (VoIP provisioning), and TR-098 (QoS provisioning).

  • Sufficient bandwidth via ADSL2/2+, throughput for video and support for multiple QoS mechanisms, such as VLAN tagging and DiffServ

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