Ikanos Communications, Inc. [NASDAQ: IKAN], a leading provider of advanced broadband semiconductor and software products for the digital home, has announced that AVM GmbH has deployed the Ikanos Fusiv Vx185 communications processor to speed throughput for AVM’s new FRITZ!box 7369, the latest in its flagship line of award-winning residential gateway products. The new product will be shown this week at the Broadband World Forum (BBWF) tradeshow in Amsterdam, October 16-18 in Hall 11, booth number B28.
FRITZ!box 7369 is AVM's newest versatile gateway solution for secure, high speed broadband access. The home connectivity interfaces on the platform include dual band concurrent Wireless LAN, Gigabit Ethernet, USB, and multiple options for VoIP/PSTN-PABx. The FRITZ!box 7369 includes a flexible DSL WAN interface supporting everything from basic ADSL connectivity to very high speed 17MHz VDSL2 bonding (G.998.2). In addition to supporting the bonding of two VDSL2 lines, the platform raises the bar with compliance to the G.993.5 Vectoring standard, enabling the use of the full capacity of a DSL cable bundle, delivering a significant increase of rate and reach in a VDSL2 connection.
The Ikanos Fusiv Vx185 is a versatile broadband communications processor that leverages highly advanced technologies such as bonding and vectoring, which serve to achieve aggregate throughput of up to 300Mbps. These capabilities enable companies such as AVM to deliver the best possible performance to residential customers for bandwidth-intensive applications such as High Definition HDTV, VoIP, and high speed Internet. For more information about Fusiv Vx185, bonding, and vectoring, please visit: http://www.ikanos.com/products/communications-processors/fusiv-vx185183/
“Fritz!Box 7369 features both vectoring and bonding technology. The integration of these technologies is fundamental for the increase of VDSL data rates and reach,” said Peter Faxel, EVP of products and technology for AVM.About Ikanos Communications, Inc. Ikanos [NASDAQ:IKAN] develops semiconductor and software products to provide very high speed broadband to the digital home with maximum efficiency - delivering fiber optic speed for in-demand applications such as HDTV and high speed Internet services at a small fraction of the cost of deploying fiber to the home. With more than 400 million ports shipped to date, the company’s advanced technologies include broadband DSL communications processors and NodeScale Vectoring to cost-effectively power infrastructure and customer premise equipment and accelerate throughput for many of the world’s leading network equipment manufacturers and telecommunications service providers.