Evolution Digital expands CPE portfolio

Feb. 14, 2020
Evolution Digital is adding to its offerings a portfolio of broadband and WiFi customer premises equipment (CPE) for the connected home, including gateways and whole-home ...

Evolution Digital is adding to its offerings a portfolio of broadband and WiFi customer premises equipment (CPE) for the connected home, including gateways and whole-home WiFi solutions.

Evolution Digital's products are designed to support the latest DOCSIS, GPON and whole-home WiFi specifications. The multi-gigabit capable home gateways, modems and WiFi solutions are designed to securely deliver managed video, data and IoT services to any location in a subscriber's residence, as well as provide an uninterrupted customer experience.

The new products include:

  • DOCSIS 3.0/3.1 Gateway with integrated 802.11 n/ac AP router
  • DOCSIS 3.0/3.1 Cable Modem
  • Stand-alone 802.11 n/ac dual-band WiFi AP router
  • Stand-alone 802.11 b/g/n/ac EasyMesh WiFi extender
  • GPON Gateway with integrated 802.11 n/ac/ax AP router

Evolution Digital's WiFi products use SmartMesh technology to route Internet traffic throughout the home to reduce buffering and network loss, and also enable band steering, load balancing, AP steering and self-healing. SmartMesh complies with the WiFi Alliance EasyMesh industry standard.

Evolution Digital's broadband offering is accompanied with multiple SaaS platforms for both the operator and the consumer. Evolution Digital's remote management system, eDM Broadband, is designed to provide operators access to device management, control, administration, analytics and fault management. eDM Broadband provides operator administrators with the tools to manage home network CPE individually or as groups, troubleshoot and monitor devices, provision SSIDs and security, push firmware and software updates, gather analytics, and enable guest/parental controls.

Evolution Digital also offers a WiFi mobile app on iOS and Android Mobile. The mobile app is designed to let consumers manage their network, set up parental controls, create guest networks, access the mesh network map, and connect smart home devices.

"Evolution Digital has been a trusted name in providing operators with high-performance, reliable and cutting-edge products around the world, and today is positioned to expand that product offering with premium broadband and WiFi solutions," said Cash Hagen, COO. "Operators are increasingly recognizing the need for fast, simple and reliable connectivity in the home as the number of connected devices continues to rapidly increase. Our mission is to offer compelling and high-performing broadband products with all of the features that operators and consumers love without the price tag that accompanies these products and services in the marketplace today."

Evolution Digital will be showing its new products at the NCTC Winter Educational Conference Feb. 16-18 in Las Vegas.        

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