Motorola to debut VSN200 Optical Node at The Cable Show

Motorola Mobility, Inc. (NYSE: MMI) says that it plans to unveil the 1-GHz 2x2 VSN200 Optical Node at The Cable Show this month in Boston. The optical node is the latest addition to Motorola’s end-to-end 1-GHz Broadband Access Networks (BAN) product line.

Motorola Mobility, Inc. (NYSE: MMI) says that it plans to unveil the 1-GHz 2x2 VSN200 Optical Node at The Cable Show this month in Boston. The optical node is the latest addition to Motorola’s end-to-end 1-GHz Broadband Access Networks (BAN) product line.

As part of the BAN product family the VSN200 Optical Node is designed to enable cable operators to expand the bandwidth capacity of their existing infrastructures and support additional HD channels and video-on-demand capabilities, as well as higher data-rate downstream and upstream services. The VSN200 enables operators to repurpose existing housings by installing the new system using only an Electronics Package (E-Pack) and Lid swap. This easy installation process avoids the downtime of cutting out the entire node to make the upgrade, Motorola points out.

TheVSN200’s high RF output levels make it equally well suited as a fiber-deep satellite node, Motorola asserts.

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