D-Link (News - Alert) has expanded its complete solutions for home and small business networking by introducing -Link DCM (News - Alert)-702 Wireless N 2x2 Concurrent DOCSIS 3.0 Gateway and the PacketCable 2.0-compliant D-Link DCM-704 Wireless N DOCSIS 3.0 eMTA Gateway to its portfolio.
Cable MSOs can now take advantage of these latest solutions to offer wired and wireless connections, real-time HD media streaming, gaming, and maximum Internet bandwidth with multiple computers and network-enabled devices running several applications to their customers.
"The D-Link DOCSIS family allows cable MSOs to integrate several revenue-generating services onto one platform and operate them with simplicity," said Eli Gavra, senior vice president, Service Provider Business Unit, D-Link Systems, Inc. "The remote capabilities give them the ability to provide a consistent user-experience throughout the home or small business without drilling into walls. It also creates a modular expansion for future new revenue streams."
The DCM-704 Gateway (News - Alert) promises to offer primary-line voice quality without dropped calls, along with the support for all key CLASS features for increased customer control of phone calls. These services are enabled using two NCS or SIP VoIP connections and simultaneous high-speed cable Internet.
Users can also establish operation over the cloud using mydlink.com portal and TR-069 technical specification to easily operate within their home or outside.
In addition, the new DCM-702 and DCM-704 Gateways are accompanied with four Gigabit Ethernet ports for ultra-fast wired networking, along with Wireless N/2x2 Concurrent for exceptional wireless range and speed.
These exclusive features enables users to quickly and conveniently share files, audio and video streaming and downloads, Internet TV access, and uploading websites, reducing network congestion for more efficient and effective broadband connections.
D-Link is currently offering its DCM-702 and DCM-704 Gateway solutions via direct purchase from the company.
Edited by Brooke Neuman