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Pace & Broadcom Launch RDK Gateway

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BOCA RATON, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Pace (PIC.L), a leading global developer of advanced technologies for service providers, and Broadcom, a global innovation leader in semiconductor solutions for wired and wireless communications, today announced the development of a Media Server Gateway that uses the XG5 product specification and Reference Design Kit (RDK) software developed by Comcast. Content and services can now be delivered to any device for a ‘whatever / whenever / wherever’ multi-screen and multi-device rich media experience. The Gateway provides best in class downstream bonded DOCSIS 3.0 data speeds with wireless and wired networking over 802.11ac and MoCA 2.0. It will also support two wired ports for HD Voice and DECT 6.0/Cat IQ 2.0 cordless handsets. Content security options include CableCARD®, multiple DRMs and downloadable software-based conditional access systems. The Gateway will combine Pace’s best in class architecture and device design with high performance Broadcom system-on-a-chip (SoC) solutions, including the BCM3128 Full-Band Capture Cable Multi-Receiver, the BCM3335 Quad Transcoding Hybrid IP Gateway, and the BCM4360 5GHz Wi-Fi solution. Pace plc

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