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Broadcom Brings 802.11ac to Docsis 3.0

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AMSTERDAM -- Broadcom Corporation (Nasdaq: BRCM), a global innovation leader in semiconductor solutions for wired and wireless communications, today announced the industry’s first 5G WiFi DOSCIS 3.0 cable gateway platform. By integrating the DOCSIS 3.0 modem with Gigabit wireless connectivity into a complete turnkey solution, Broadcom is enabling cable operators to deliver fast, reliable, whole-home coverage to subscribers. Visit Broadcom.com to learn more.

Digital content consumption is on a steep incline as consumers watch video on more devices and in more places around the home. With this new platform, consumers can reliably stream high quality HD video content concurrently to a variety of wireless devices such as tablets, smartphones, PCs and connected TVs throughout the home. Broadcom will demonstrate the technology at IBC in Amsterdam from September 7-11.

“Broadcom’s 5G WiFi Cable Gateway solution represents a significant advancement in delivering the whole-home coverage needed to support video distribution in the home. Broadcom’s new technology addresses the explosion of video consumption, the increased reliance on wireless networks and the growing number of mobile devices – making the connected digital life faster and more reliable,” Jay Kirchoff, vice president of Marketing, Cable Broadband, Broadcom Corporation.

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