New triple-play, on-chip solution for VDSL2 broadband access gateway

October 8, 2015

Thomson, the world leader in digital video technologies, is to launch its 5411/5120 chipset for customer premises equipment at the 2015 Broadband World Forum Europe.

Broadband World Forum Europe 2015 takes place at the Estrel Convention Centre in Berlin on 9-10 October 2015. The Thomson 5411/5120 chipset is being demonstrated at the Thomson stand during the forum in a complete triple-play VDSL2 gateway scenario with VoIP from D2 Technologies

Comprising a digital integrated circuit and an analog integrated circuit, the chipset enables simultaneous VDSL2 and ADSL2+ connectivity while serving triple-play applications including broadband internet, television and telephone.

It is considered that the versatility of this chipset will revolutionise DSL broadband applications. Telecom operators will be able to increase user revenue by cost-efficiently upgrading the Performance and expanding the bandwidth of their network.

The Thomson 5411/5120 chipset’s interoperability with most customer premises equipment allows telecom operators to deploy VDSL2 platforms, for about the cost of an ADSL2+ platform.

The chipset offers complete backward compatibility with ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+ networks and includes an embedded dedicated accelerator for efficient multimedia stream routing.

Thomson provides two reference designs, engineered to serve telecom operators, OEMs, IDHs and ODMs: a gateway modem design that provides LAN routing to multiple users, and a triple-play Integrated Access Device design providing VoIP and wireless LAN capabilities.


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