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December 16, 2013
STOCKHOLM -- Tilgin, a leading provider of solutions for multi-play and next-generation broadband access, has signed earlier this year an agreement with Com Hem for the delivery of Tilgin’s TR-069 Auto Configuration Server solution: tGem.
Com Hem is by far the largest Swedish Cable TV operator, and fast growing, with more than 1.7 million connected households and close to 600,000 broadband users. As part of their future strategic technologies plan Com Hem has chosen to invest in TR-069 as a base for the remote management of the connected home.
With tGem, Tilgin provides Com Hem with a comprehensive remote management platform for any Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) that is compliant with Broadband Forum's TR-069 standard. In this deployment, Com Hem is using third-party CPE and benefited from Tilgin Professional Services team’s experience in integrating third-party devices smoothly into the platform.
Com Hem will use tGem to provision, monitor, and guarantee the service of their home devices. Firstly as part of their all new fiber project and progressively extending the use of tGem to other devices of the connected home.
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