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August 30, 2009

ZyXEL rolls out new 802.11n bonded ADSL2+ gateway

Offers home networking package with bonded ADSL2+ modem, 11n wireless, 4-port switch and built-in secure firewall

By CBR Staff Writer

ZyXEL Communications, a provider of secure broadband networking, internet connectivity and routing products, has rolled out P663HN, the new 802.11n bonded ADSL2+ gateway for operators.

ZyXEL said that the P663HN offers a home networking package with bonded ADSL2+ modem, 11n wireless, 4-port switch and built-in secure firewall. Bonded ADSL2+ technology allows service providers to increase the bandwidth over existing infrastructure thus allowing them to deploy services like IPTV, VoD and other applications.

ZyXEL claims that with 300Mbps speeds and enhanced coverage eliminating dead spots, users can stream videos to their screen TV from the internet and play games online.

According to ZyXEL, the new gateway benefits include: ADSL2+, an ATM-based multi-paired bonding, groups two ports into one logical link, supporting up to 48Mbps downstream and 4Mbps upstream. In addition, individual port bit rates can be independently changed by their respective physical layer.

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The P663HN is equipped with both ATM and IP QoS features, which allows operators to design their QoS policy based on a subscriber’s service plan. It comes with eco-friendly wireless on/off button which gives users a way to manage energy consumption, the company said.

Brian Feng, SVP of key accounts business unit at ZyXEL, said: “ZyXEL now has a complete line of bonded ADSL2+ CPE – offering service providers several options that double the bandwidth on existing copper infrastructure. With the P-663HN, service providers can economically offer higher bandwidth services coupled with home networking solutions to their subscribers.”

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