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Motorola Delivers 100Mbps in Korea

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This is one of those news items that may get overlooked, but shouldn’t. Motorola announced two new customers in Korea today (press release did not go over the US wire) who are deploying channel-bonding technology for delivering broadband speeds to subscribers of 100Mbps. Both the cable modem termination systems (CMTSs) and the cable modems are Motorola stock, giving Motorola a significant presence in the Korean cable market. The customers, C&M and CJ CableNet, are two of the three largest cable operators in the country.

Motorola was the first company to commercialize channel-bonding technology, and deployments are on the upswing globally, even if they’re not happening just yet in the US. On an optimistic note for those of us in the States, it’s quite clear that channel-bonding works in real-world situations and not just in the lab. The evidence should go a long way toward reassuring US-based cable operators as they make their own moves toward channel-bonding deployments.

4 Responses

  1. [...] delivering the “100-Megabit Home” with downstream channel bonding (160 Mbps at top throughput). Currently we’re talking Asia, but coming soon to a neighborhood near [...]

  2. [...] Motorola announced its third DOCSIS 3.0 customer in Korea this week. Cable operator Qrix Communications is deploying both the Motorola DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem termination system (CMTS) platform and Motorola DOCSIS 3.0 cable modems, joining the likes of Korean operators C&M and CJ CableNet. [...]

  3. I’m Korean. (전 한국인입니다.)
    Korea is “100-Megabit Home” is succeelly. But others houses is not “100-Megabit Home System” Because 100-Megabit Home System is very expensive.

  4. [...] C&M and CJ CableNet in Korea: New DOCSIS 3.0 service packages deliver 100 Mbps downstream [...]

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