Tilgin unveils new Home Gateway portfolio
March 11, 2008
Tilgin last week at CeBIT in Hanover, Germany, launched a new portfolio of telco Home Gateways designed to help providers service-connect the home.
The new home gateways include the Tilgin HG1110 for ADSL2+ networks, the HG1310 for Ethernet connectivity and the HG1520 for point-to-point FTTH networks. Regardless of access form, all of the gateways are equipped with a complete range of wireless and fixed LAN connectivity, which together with support for UPnP, allows operators to service a growing number of connected consumer devices in the home.
All products include support for TR-069 remote management, Voice over IP for analog and ISDN telephones, along with integrated wideband codecs. Wireless LAN setup is secure and easy with pushbutton activated Wi-Fi Protected Setup, while WMM and 802.11e deliver Quality of Service (QoS) features and multimedia support to 802.11b/g functionality. For more information, visit:
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