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cable modem

An internet modem that communicates over the television cable, which can allow a continuously “live” Internet connection and transfer rates of ± 1.5 Mbps
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The Linksys 8-Channel Wideband Cable Modem (WCM300) supports two to eight bonded channels and up to 240 Mbps downstream data transfers, appropriate for end users who have varying bandwidth requirements.
In concert with the Cisco CMTS platform, the Scientific Atlanta Wideband and Linksys cable modems take advantage of multiple downstream cable channels to increase overall data throughput.
Figure 3 Taiwanese Cable Modem Product Mix by Technology, 1Q 2003 - 1Q 2004
Figure 4 Taiwanese Cable Modem Product Mix by Function, 1Q2003 - 1Q 2004
We're pleased SMC chose TI to power their quality cable modem solutions," said Dennis Rauschmayer, Texas Instruments' director of marketing, broadband cable products.
Using X-Ray, network engineering and operations staff can finally obtain instant access to real-time and historical information about an individual cable modem and the supporting interfaces and CMTS in a single application, rather than piecing together data from individual tools that still only provide a fraction of the necessary information.
We look forward to seeing deployments of the new wireless cable modem routers soon and to expanding our partnership with Toshiba to bring additional broadband services to the market in the future.
Revenues for DSL and cable modem services alone are expected to increase by nearly 40 percent in 2003, amounting to $13.
Network Products Division (TAIS NPD) today announced that it is the first major cable modem vendor to be awarded CableLabs(R) PacketCable certification status for any Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP)-enabled cable modem, its PCX3000.