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More WiMAX News: 1 Million CPE and Remote Management

Motorola WiMAX CPE modem CPEi 775The stream of news out of 4G World has continued. Most recently Motorola announced two more WiMAX milestones. First, the company has now shipped one million WiMAX CPE devices, with more than half of those shipments coming in the last six months. All in all, Motorola has more than thirty WiMAX contracts and deployments covering both CPE and infrastructure equipment agreements.

Second, Motorola announced its new NBBS remote management software platform for WiMAX devices. We’ve 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 is standards-based and compliant with Broadband Forum’s TR-069 and Open Mobile Alliance (OMA-DM) management protocols.

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  1. [...] out in a list of noteworthy WiMAX equipment providers. As the WiMAX Forum report itself points out, Motorola shipped its one millionth WiMAX CPE device back in September. Not only that, but Motorola’s WiMAX network deployments run far and wide [...]

  2. [...] home broadband devices now with one customizable solution. Among other modules, many of which are adapted from Motorola’s earlier NBBS solutions, today’s launch includes a diagnostic application for IP set-tops, allowing real-time [...]

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