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Netvision Deploys ADB's Connected Home Solution

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GENEVA -- ADB (Advanced Digital Broadcast) announced today that 013 Netvision, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cellcom Israel Ltd., has deployed ADB’s integrated VDSL home gateway running ADB Epicentro software to underpin its next-generation broadband services.

The ADB P.RG AV4202N VDSL home gateway acts as a multi-service hub for high-speed internet and voice over broadband service and allows Netvision to easily provision premium connected home applications and services.

ADB’s professional services team has been responsible for the systems integration and testing of the deployment at Netvision.

“ADB’s proven expertise in delivering solutions for connected home services was key to our decision,” said Haim Noama, Head of Product and Services at Netvision. “The ability to launch and manage a range of compelling connected home applications and services during the last year is already proving to be a very attractive proposition for our subscribers.”

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