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SOURCE Teleste Corporation
TURKU, Finland, May 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Teleste expands its product offering with new DOCSIS 3.1-compliant solutions and products.
At ANGA COM 2014, Teleste, a leading provider of video and broadband technologies and related services, will announce several new products and solutions that will help cable operators and service providers on the evolutionary road to implement the upcoming DOCSIS 3.1 standard. ANGA COM 2014 will take place 20-22 May in Cologne, Germany. Teleste invites you to visit us at stand E19 in hall 10.2 and find out more about our solution for future networks.
With ever-increasing consumer demand for more broadband speed, moving towards a DOCSIS 3.1-compliant network infrastructure is a rational, evolutionary path for cable operators. Reaching up to 1.2 GHz downstream and 200 MHz upstream frequencies, DOCSIS 3.1 offers cable operators several important benefits, such as greater broadband capacity with support for up to 50% more data throughput over the same spectrum. For consumers, DOCSIS 3.1 networks make it possible to enjoy speeds of up to 10Gbps at home.
At ANGA COM 2014, Teleste will introduce several new products for improving network capacity and evolving networks towards the upcoming DOCSIS 3.1 standard. The key announcements for the show include:
DOCSIS 3.1-compliant access products
You are welcome to learn more about BarrIER® technology on Wednesday, 21 May, at the ANGA COM 2014 Congress! Keith Mothersdale, Head of Engineering of Passives and Indoor Solutions for Teleste, will give a presentation at the International Technological Summit on Ingress/Egress/LTE: The Imperative to improve the In-Home Interconnect.
Other products for access networks
Professional services offering
"Consumer demand for higher broadband speeds has been constantly growing for several years. More and more network capacity is required especially for streaming video, and the upcoming DOCSIS 3.1 standard addresses that demand. However, pressure to ensure high quality of services is at the same time increasing. Teleste noticed these trends at an early stage and has already invested in solutions and products that help our customers increase both network capacity and resilience to signal distruptions, thus resulting in premium service quality and a decrease in operating costs. With the help of our significant experience in the cable industry, we are striving to help our customers keep ahead of the tightening competition.", said Hanno Narjus, Senior Vice President of Video and Broadband Solutions for Teleste.
Press materials can be downloaded from http://www.teleste.com/anga.
Teleste is an international technology company that develops and offers video and broadband technologies and related services. Our supply of technology contributes to the convenience and safety of daily living. Our core business is video - image and data processing, transfer and management. Our customer base consists of cable and telecom operators, as well as public sector organizations. Our business is divided into two divisions, which are Video and Broadband Solutions and Network Services. In both areas, we rank among the world's leading companies and technological forerunners. Video and Broadband Solutions focuses on access networks and product solutions in video surveillance applications. Network Services offers comprehensive services for network design, construction and maintenance. In 2013, Teleste's net sales totalled EUR 192.8 million, and the company employed about 1,300 people. Teleste runs a worldwide network of offices and more than 90% of its sales are generated outside Finland. The company is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki Ltd. For more information see http://www.teleste.com and follow @telestecorp on Twitter.
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