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Casa D3 CMTS Targets MDUs

Casa Systems unveils the C1G

November 14, 2011

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ANDOVER, Mass. -- Casa Systems, a worldwide leader in next generation cable edge technology, today announced the launch of a new, versatile Cable Modem Termination System (CMTS), the C1G. With a compact form factor at 15 in x 8.75 x 1RU, the C1G was designed for Multi-dwelling Units (MDU), Hospitality and small rural applications in mind. Casa’s C1G is the only full featured DOCSIS 3.0 CMTS available in this form factor.

The C1G supports 1 downstream QAM port, 2 DOCSIS upstream ports, and 2 GbE (SFP) network ports. Configurations for the C1G range from 2DS x 2US up to 8DS x 8US. Some of the features that the C1G supports are; upstream and downstream channel bonding; AES encryption/decryption; Quality of Service (QoS); and a rich IP feature set including support for IPv6.

Casa Systems is showing its C1G at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo (Booth 1938) November 15-17 in Atlanta.

“Casa Systems is known in the industry for its fully qualified DOCSIS 3.0 CMTSs and its tradition as a leader in price, performance, and scalability,” said Jeff Heynen, Directing Analyst, Broadband Access and Video for Infonetics Research. “The C1G continues that tradition, delivering full DOCSIS 3.0 features, a small footprint and aggressive price points that are ideal for MDU, hospitality, and a host of other deployments.”

Casa Systems Inc.

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