Motorola introduces Netopia® 2210 ADSL2+ Gateway Enabling DSL Providers to Offer Low-cost, High-performance Broadband Access
Cost savings for carriers at every stage of the supply chain providing access to new entry-level markets
HORSHAM, Pa.– Motorola (NYSE:MOT) introduces the Netopia 2210 ADSL2/2+ Gateway, designed to deliver cost effective and reliable high-speed internet access to single-PC residential subscribers. Its competitive price, low weight, small size and ease of use contribute to a low cost of deployment, enabling carriers to expand into new low-end markets and helping to increase margins in existing market segments. The gateway has achieved approval for use on major telco networks.
“The 2210 brings carrier class reliability and performance to entry-level ADSL consumers, with no compromise on features or ease of use,“ said Alan Lefkof, corporate vice president and general manager, Motorola Broadband Solutions Group. “It is designed to meet the high performance needs of today’s modern single PC households. By driving down not only the cost of the product, but also shipping and support costs, we are enabling carriers to cost-effectively expand their subscriber bases.”
Motorola’s 2210 Gateway brings Motorola’s legendary ease of use to ADSL2+ subscribers. On first connection to the network, the 2210 gateway “phones home” to the service provider’s hosted NBBS broadband server, enabling automated service provisioning, software updates, and service activation, all without subscriber intervention. The gateway also boasts robust security features including a built-in firewall to protect users from hackers and denial-of-service (DoS) attacks.
The 2210 is optimized to deliver cost savings to carriers at every stage of the supply chain. The size of a pop-up Post-it® dispenser and weighing in at under a pound, the 2210 is well positioned to reduce storage and handling costs. In addition, the “no-touch” automated provisioning reduces the need for truck-roll, whilst its intelligent software features and diagnostics reduce the cost of ongoing customer support. The integrated Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) client further reduces operational costs by eliminating additional software licensing costs. Furthermore, the gateway is powered by an Infineon Technologies AR7 ADSL 2/2+ System on Chip to deliver the best possible price/performance ratio in its class. The 2210 also supports TR-101, the DSL Forum’s network protocol specification, which allows a single device to receive multiple services, from multiple service providers simultaneously.
WAN Interface ADSL2+ (RJ-11)
LAN Interface Single Port 10/100 Ethernet (RJ-45) with Auto-MDIX crossover
LEDs Power, Ethernet, DSL, Internet Status
Compatible with both Windows® and Mac OS®.
Comprehensive remote manageability, including centralized remote provisioning, troubleshooting, and management, is assured through support for the DSL Forum TR-069 remote management specification.
Denial of Service Protection
VPN Pass-through for PPTP, L2TP, and IPSec
US: FCC Part 68, Part 15, Class B, UL 60950
* - CEC Compliant Power Supply
Canada: CS-03, ICES-003, CUL, CSA
European: R&TTE, EN300 386, K.21
* - RoHS Compliant
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