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Motorola Modems and CMTS Come Through DOCSIS 3.0 Cert Wave 58

The Certification Wave 58 results are out! Motorola received DOCSIS 3.0 certification for its SB6120 and SBV6220 cable modems and DOCSIS 3.0 bronze qualification for the Motorola BSR 64000 cable modem termination system (CMTS). I had a chance to sit down quickly with Motorola’s Chris Kohler to discuss the modem certifications and recorded the conversation/interview in a podcast. The recording runs a bit longer than eight minutes: the first 2-3 minutes are specifically on the certification and first deployment of these DOCSIS 3.0 modems; the next section is on worldwide DOCSIS 3.0 trends, including the US; and the final section after about five minutes is on the future of Motorola’s modem and gateway products. (Think media servers.)

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*Note: This is a recorded telephone conversation, hence the volume level variations.

3 Responses

  1. [...] Cookish on DOCSIS 3.0 Posted on May 16, 2008 by Mari Silbey After interviewing Chris Kohler about the modems that passed CableLabs Cert Wave 58, it seemed only fair to talk with Motorola’s [...]

  2. [...] And from CableLabs, the first digital voice modems have now been DOCSIS 3.0 certified. Among them, the Motorola SBV6220, which was initially certified for its data component in Certification Wave 58. [...]

  3. [...] 22, 2010 by Mari Silbey When DOCSIS 3.0 certifications and qualifications kicked into full gear a couple years back, one of the big tests for CMTS companies was how they got rated in the CableLabs tiered [...]

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