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New Motorola Modems with Wi-Fi

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The Cable Show announcements keep rolling. Motorola launched a new line of voice and data modems this morning with integrated Wi-Fi. In keeping with the trend of cable operators getting more involved in the home network, the introduction of embedded Wi-Fi squarely puts service providers in the business of wireless home connections. All of the gateways in the new product line support self-installation and Motorola’s NBBS remote management technology.

The new products include:

  • Motorola SBG901 – Data modem plus 802.11b/g access point, Wi-Fi installation wizard, WPA encryption, and commercial-grade firewall
  • Motorola SBG941 – Adds a 4-port switch to the capabilities of the SBG901
  • Motorola SVG1501 – Adds 2 voice lines (caller ID, call waiting, conference calling, etc.) to the capabilities of the SBG941
  • Motorola SVG2501 – Adds integrated lithium-ion battery backup to the SVG1501

2 Responses

  1. [...] seen the spread of the NBBS software across multiple technologies. Starting in the telco space, Motorola extended the remote management technology to its new DOCSIS 3.0 voice and data modems with integrated Wi-Fi back in March. The WiMAX platform [...]

  2. Thanks a bunch !! very helpful post!

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