Joint venture will operate under the name Teleste Intercept and combine the companies' products and access network technologies.

July 6, 2017

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CRANBURY, N.J. -- Antronix, the market-leading designer and manufacturer of broadband products in the United States, and Teleste, a leading provider of video and broadband technologies and related services in Europe, have entered a joint venture to offer Next Generation Gigabit cable access network solutions to the North American broadband markets. The joint venture, whose majority shares are owned by Teleste, will operate under the name Teleste Intercept, LLC and combine the companies’ Next Generation products and access network technologies.

Headquartered at the Antronix offices in Cranbury, New Jersey, the enterprise will capitalize on Teleste’s expertise and leadership in intelligent, DOCSIS 3.1 compliant network technologies in the European cable broadband footprint, as well as Antronix’s Intercept eHFC line of products, and its industry permeation and solid reputation spanning three decades. The resulting line of products will provide the industry with the latest data delivery technology available in a seamless, hybrid fiber coaxial end-to-end network platform.

“We look forward to combining our capabilities and expertise with Teleste to deliver innovative, Next Generation broadband technologies,” says Neil Tang, president of Antronix. “For more than 30 years, Antronix has provided the material framework that has supported broadband cable service to millions of households. With Teleste, we are creating a compelling end-to-end access network offering. Our Intercept eHFC FTTT solution is an excellent complement to Teleste’s mastery of Fiber Deep and Remote PHY access nodes and innovative telemetry and monitoring solutions. This technology venture will address the needs of a quickly evolving landscape for decades, when offered as a comprehensive solution. The joint venture solves many of the challenges of network scalability and the ever-increasing data demand cable service providers will face in the next evolution of their networks.”

Antronix Inc.

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