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Milestone Monday

How the world is a’changing. Several Motorola Connected Home customers have reached impressive milestones in the last few months, and together they represent some important trends in the broadband industry: the growth of VoIP services, the deployment of channelsbv5120-voice-modem.jpg bonding technology and the spread of IPTV, among others. Take a look.

5 Responses

  1. […] Martin mentioned bandwidth-extending technologies Switched Digital Video (SDV) for more HDTV and DOCSIS 3.0 for greater broadband data […]

  2. […] only has cable successfully entered an entirely new market in a very short period of time, but this news means that Voice-over-IP (VoIP) as a technology can’t be considered an ankle-biter […]

  3. […] is a very progressive service provider out of Singapore – the first to deploy DOCSIS 3.0 technology (pre-cert) back in early 2007. Now the company has signed on with Motorola for on-demand video tech […]

  4. […] to third largest phone company in the nation. I posted a note two years ago when the company hit 2 million digital voice subscribers, and now that number has more than tripled to 6.47 […]

  5. This is good. I wanted pictures to add in my school project and the images you have posted are good. Thanks for them buddy! I guess teacher will love my project due to these images and of course the information I provided.

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