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Sagemcom Unveils its Next Generation Bonding & Vectoring CPEs

PARIS, October 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Sagemcom announces its latest generation VDSL2 Home Gateways. As a pioneer on VDSL2 deployments started in 2007 and thanks to continuous investments on Physical Layer as well as Services, Sagemcom is launching a complete set of devices integrating Full Vectoring technology. This will enable the Telcos to provide a truly premium broadband service experience.

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As a world leader innovating in DSL technologies, Sagemcom is also showing the cutting edge [email protected] 4320, its next generation bonding home gateway on VDSL & ADSL.  

Both technologies will provide fiber-grade user experience on existing copper infrastructure to a larger amount of DSL subscribers.

This whole range has been qualified against Alcatel-Lucent DSLAMs.

With many system level vectoring trials currently being held with 1-Tier operators throughout the world, the cooperation between Sagemcom and Alcatel-Lucent provides the most integrated end-to-end solution in the market for the introduction of such technologies.

Ahmed Selmani, Deputy CEO of Sagemcom Broadband explains: "Leveraging on more than 10 years' experience in the broadband industry, we are proud to engage jointly with Alcatel-Lucent into bringing innovative and next generation DSL technologies such as vectoring & bonding in the market. This will allow our partners and service providers to benefit from a proven solution and thus deliver with a short time to market higher bandwidth to their end users".

About Sagemcom

French high-technology group with an international dimension, Sagemcom operates on markets of broadband (digital home, digital set-top box, broadband and residential terminals), telecom and energy (M2M, telecommunications infrastructure, smartgrid and metering), and management of documents (printing terminals, software and solutions, digital production workflow).

With a turnover of about 1.5 billion Euros, Sagemcom employs 4 600 people on five continents; already a European leader in most of its key markets, Sagemcom aims to become a world leader in high added value communicating terminals.

Sagemcom is strongly committed to sustainable development through the life cycle of its products: eco-design, energy consumption, ethical code of all its suppliers.

For more information: http://www.sagemcom.com


 


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