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Hitron Debuts Docsis 3 Gateways

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CARLSBAD, Calif. -- Hitron Technologies Inc., a leading supplier of DOCSIS products, and MaxLinear, Inc. (NYSE: MXL), a leading provider of integrated radio frequency (RF) and mixed-signal integrated circuits for broadband communication applications, today announced that Hitron Technologies Inc. has selected the MaxLinear MxL261 digital cablemulti-channel tuner-demodulator single-chip front end IC for a new line of DOCSIS 3.0 related modems, EMTAs and gateways for European cable markets.

Hitron's CDA-30360 modem recently achieved certification from CableLabs and the CVE-30360 Voice & Data Wireless Gateway as well as the CDE-30364 Data Wireless Gateway recently achieved EuroDOCSIS(TM) certification from CableEuropeLabs in Europe. All models were designed using the MxL261 and Intel Puma(TM) 5 chipset. The modem features a 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet and full IPv6 support. The gateways add USB host interfaces for printer server, NAS file server connectivity or future webcam functionality. The gateways have advanced features including voice and video support, IPv6 routing including DS-Lite and 6RD support. More information on the products can be found at www.hitrontech.com.tw.

"With our extensive experience developing DOCSIS based products we are delivering a new compelling, high performance and low power portfolio of modems, EMTAs and gateways for the European cable operators," said Rudy Zijlstra, CTO Hitron Europe GmbH. "Hitron has a proven track record of quality and fast time to market and MaxLinear is playing a significant role in enabling the great performance and incredibly low power consumption of our products."

Hitron Technologies Inc.

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