Massillon Cable Picks Moto Nodes

Massillon selects Motorola optical nodes to extend network bandwidth capacity, accelerating delivery of personal media experiences

March 29, 2010

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HORSHAM, Pa. -- Motorola, Inc. (NYSE:MOT) today announced a win for its SG4000 optical node platform with Massillon Cable. Massillon will deploy Motorola’s 1 GHz SG4000 nodes along with the Motorola GX2 optical headend platform to reduce the size of subscriber serving areas and drive fiber deeper into the network. The resulting extended capacity will provide greater opportunity to introduce advanced services, including more high-definition television (HDTV), video on demand and faster Internet speeds to give consumers a more personal media experience.

“The flexible nature of Motorola’s solutions means we can continue to upgrade our network while maintaining our competitive edge and keeping our subscribers happy with new broadband and television services,” said David Hoffer, Chief Operating Officer, Massillon Cable. “As HDTV, on-demand and broadband service rates increase, Motorola’s fiber-deep solution combines new optical and virtual node capabilities that allow us to responsibly evolve to meet that demand.”

Motorola Inc. (NYSE: MOT)

Massillon Cable TV Inc.

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