Thomson launches new cost-effective low-power consumption VoIP home gateway
ADSL2+, Ethernet router and 802.11n make the TG703 an ideal entry-level triple play hub
Paris (France) / CES, Booth #13219, Central Hall (Las Vegas) – Thomson (Euronext Paris: 18453; NYSE: TMS), a worldwide leader of services to content creators, is introducing a new voice-and data xDSL gateway, the TG703. It incorporates all the modern functionality expected of a home hub including wired and wireless data routing and connectivity for voice over IP telephony, to complete its product portfolio to serve their customers that want deploy the basic triple play services.
The TG703 also responds to the increasing pressure on network operators to boost their green credentials by reducing power consumption. It comfortably beats the current best practice, consuming more than 20% less power than the current recommendations set by the latest edition of the Code of Conduct on Energy Consumption of Broadband Equipment (Version 3).
“High quality, high speed broadband connectivity and VoIP functionality is a requirement in every market around the world,” said Georges Laplanche, Senior Vice President, Connect Division at Thomson. “What we have done with the TG703 is to bring together all of our expertise in triple-play hubs and broadband termination to develop an attractive product which delivers all of the key functionality at a remarkable price. With this product we extended our product offer so we can serve more customers.”
The device, which has a built-in firewall for comprehensive protection, includes a four-port Ethernet router and a wireless 802.11g WiFi access point with improved performance. Lifecycle costs are minimised as the device can be maintained and upgraded remotely thanks to its compliance to open standards such as TR-069. The product comes in a new sleek design.
The Thomson TG703 gateway is being shown for the first time at CES 2010.
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