And the market for these remotely managed telco, in-home, broadband devices (THGs to their friends) looks to be rapidly growing. Communications market-research firm Infonetics Research Inc. reported in mid-2008 that emerging segments in the broadband customer premises equipment (CPE) market, such as cable broadband gateways and very-high-speed DSL (VDSL) broadband gateways, grew sequentially by double and triple percentages. Overall, Infonetics forecast that digital home gateway shipments would more than double between 2007 and 2011.
Certainly, the THG-oriented industry has become a little hyperactive, and mergers and acquisitions are in full swing. Since June 2008:
Instead, this report aims to update Light Reading's 2008 report of the same title: Who Makes What: Telco Home Gateways. It adds additional companies and makes a few changes and corrections to the earlier entries, highlighting some of the developments of the last 12 months.
We have tried to make the listing as complete as possible, but this is where you, the readers, can help with any companies that have been missed and products that need to be added.
If any companies need to be added or any information corrected, please bring it to our attention either on the message board below or by sending an email to [email protected] or [email protected], placing "Who Makes What: Telco Home Gateways" in the subject line.
Here’s a hyperlinked contents list and categorization:
- Page 2: Telco Home Gateways
- Page 3: Management Systems
- Page 4: Bits & Pieces: Silicon Devices & Software
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