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BEIJING -- Broadcom's C-DOCSIS EoC cable TV architecture is a complete chipset and software solution that includes Coax Media Converter (CMC), DOCSIS 2.0 & 3.0 cable modem, and set-top box (STB) system-on-a-chip (SoC) devices. Chinese OEMs are developing products leveraging this turnkey hardware and software package for products that can support a broadband speed of 1 Gbps. C-DOCSIS EoC cable TV architecture is also paving the way for Chinese operators to provide reliable, fast and interactive triple play network for end users. Among the Chinese operators that have already begun mass deployment of C-DOCSIS EoC terminal products are Zhejiang Wasu Digital TV Media Group, Jiangsu Broadcasting Cable Information Network Corporation Limited Nanjing Branch, Jiangsu Kunshan Information Hub Network Technology Co., Ltd. and Inner Mongolia Radio & TV Network Co., Ltd. "We are working with China's leading equipment manufacturers including SumaVision and ZTE to support China's Next Generation Broadcast initiative," said Ernie Bahm, Broadcom's senior marketing director for head-end products. "Broadcom's coordination with these major OEMs will help promote adoption of C-DOCSIS technology among Chinese cable TV operators, and provide solutions which meet the worldwide mainstream technical development trend to accelerate the convergence of three networks in China." "SumaVision is working with Broadcom on technology that supports China's Next Generation Broadcast initiative," said Mr. RU JiGang, GM, TopVision, SumaVision. "SumaVision's product offerings with Broadcom's chipsets and software allow us to provide high-performance equipment for a quality customer experience." Sumavision Technologies Co. Ltd.

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