Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Motorola introduces ADSL2+ Gateway by Netopia

Motorola introduced its Netopia 2210 ADSL2/2+ Gateway, featuring small size (under one pound) and ease of use. On first connection to the network, the 2210 gateway "phones home" to the service provider's hosted NBBS broadband server, enabling automated service provisioning, software updates, and service activation, all without subscriber intervention.

An integrated Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) client further reduces operational costs by eliminating additional software licensing costs. The gateway is powered by an Infineon Technologies AR7 ADSL 2/2+ System on Chip. It also supports TR-101, the DSL Forum's network protocol specification, which allows a single device to receive multiple services.

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