Taking cable operators feedback into account, BelAir Networks, one of the market share leaders in Service Provider Wi-Fi, has just announced another first for the industry, namely its BelAir100SN that combines 802.11n Wi-Fi and the most recent DOCSIS 3.0 technology with EuroDOCSIS 3.0 standard modems into one robust, plant-powered, strand mounted wireless access point
that can be installed and embedded within the cable operator's network and back office in less than 15 minutes.
“Cable operators are leveraging Wi-Fi as a competitive advantage for their subscribers so they demand equipment that delivers the highest performance and also integrates with their current network and back office systems,” said Dave Park, VP, Product Marketing, BelAir Networks. “We’ve worked with the leading cable operators to develop Wi-Fi products that deliver a great user experience while facilitating service provisioning and bundling, making deployment and operation easier, and reducing network commissioning and upgrade costs.”
BelAir's new product allows cable operators to furnish their available mounting, power, backhaul and other network assets and extend wireless services for their customers faster and hassle-free. Thanks to the newest Wi-Fi and DOCSIS standards, the BelAir100SN can ensure a higher throughput, as well as a broader and much more consistent coverage that directly enables better voice, video and multimedia performance
, besides an improved battery life for more portable devices.
Using the same BelAirOS and BelView network management, like the other products in the manufacturer's portfolio, the BelAir100SN ensures performance, reliability and network integration features especially developed for Service Providers. Among those are included a policy management that enables personalized user experience, an edge-based security with central authentication enforced at the access point and seamless integration with carrier-grade policy managers, as well as business intelligence featuring location-based personalization on a GPS model.
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