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responding to or operating at a wide band of frequencies

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11g, the fastest speeds and capabilities available in a cable modem and the security of a Jungo OpenRG(TM) RG-Firewall(TM).
We have built an enormously successful high-speed data business with our existing cable modem technologies and they will continue to serve us well for some time to come.
com), the company that takes the work out of networks with high-performance, easy-to-use connectivity products for business and home, today announced that the company will demonstrate its new SMC8013WG Wireless Cable Modem Router, and give a sneak peek at its newest cable modem technology, the tiny SMC8004CM, at NCTA.
Jungo's CableHome-based software provides a state-of-the-art solution for our new wireless cable modem routers," said Fred Berry, vice president, general manager of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc.
In December 2002, Toshiba was the first major cable modem vendor to be awarded CableLabs PacketCable certification status for a Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP)-enabled cable modem, the same modem awarded the first DOCSIS 1.
The cable modem market analysis is provided for the international markets including development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status.
TI already is the leader in voice-enabled cable modem technology with DOCSIS 1.
We have been deploying Cisco uBR10012 Cable Modem Termination Systems for some time, and have been impressed by the density and rich feature set that they provide," said Martin Kull, chief technology officer of Com Hem.
The Broadcom BCM3350 QAMLink Cable Modem chip has been engineered to support both the EuroDOCSIS and North American DOCSIS standards, allowing cable modem equipment manufacturers and European cable operators significant cost savings and time-to-market advantages.
Cable Modem offerings now control some 63 percent of the residential and small-business broadband market.
As key parts of a cable operator's "triple play" service bundle, cable modem and digital cable video subscriber growth patterns receive a great deal of attention from the cable industry," says Mike Paxton, report analyst.