NETGEAR, a networking company that delivers innovative products to consumers, businesses and service providers, and ClearAccess, a supplier of managed broadband solutions, announced they completed integration of the ClearVision Management and Applications Platform with NETGEAR’s CG3000 family of DOCSIS 3.0 and EuroDOCSIS 3.0 cable gateways through a TR-069 and API integration.
By joining forces, NETGEAR and ClearAccess are positioned to help cable operators improve the setup and support of home networking through the combined strength of the ClearVision platform and the NETGEAR CG3000 family. Cable operators will have an opportunity to significantly reduce OPEX costs by enabling flow-through provisioning, instant customer support, and network diagnosis from their operations centers all without truck rolls.
The partnership will also enable cable operators to deliver new revenue-generating services such as IP Video, home security and monitoring, storage backup, parental controls, whole-home bandwidth and quality of service (QoS) monitoring, and DLNA/UPNP media discovery services.
We strive to lead in bringing technologies to market as soon as service providers are ready to deploy them,” said Michael Clegg, senior vice president and general manager of Service Provider Products at This partnership with ClearAccess comes at a time when cable operators in Europe and elsewhere are demanding tools to more efficiently manage their networks and to more quickly deploy advanced services.”
The collaboration with NETGEAR enables us to move forward together on key customer opportunities,” said Ken Hood, founder and senior VP of Sales and Marketing at ClearAccess. Service providers are now realizing they can deploy software across multiple devices, which accelerates their market footprint for new broadband applications while maintaining a consistent support experience.”
The company’s ClearVision Management and Applications Platform reduces operational costs, and provides an applications platform for delivering new revenue generating consumer services over a variety of network types including Cable, DSL, Fiber, and Wireless.
By TelecomLead.com Team