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Tilgin launches new advanced Home Gateways

Tilgin, a leading provider of solutions for multi-play and next-generation broadband access, announces the launch of new Home Gateways at the FTTH Council Europe Conference, from 18 – 20 February 2014, at Stockholmsmässan, Stockholm.

Tilgin’s flexible premises solution is an all-encompassing concept that offers operators a simplified option for the deployment and maintenance of their FTTH strategy. The launch of the HG2370 and HG2330 home gateways as part of this solution will now take the customer experience of broadband services around the home to a new level.

The HG2370 is a pioneering new home gateway offering the latest generation Wi-Fi standard 802.11ac, the fastest available on the market today. The new Wi-Fi standard is designed to take wireless transmission to the gigabit level and caters for the explosion in streaming of high quality video around the home. This will give customers a streaming experience that is flicker free in parallel to the use of other services that are accessing Wi-Fi around the home. The HG2370 can also be combined with the Tilgin MSA931 to create a wireless bridge to transmit to multiple IPTV set top boxes at any one time.

Eric Hjelmestam, VP Solution Management & Marketing at Tilgin comments “We are pleased to be widening our flexible premises solution and once again offer the latest technology that enhances customer experience for broadband services within the home. The HG2370 drastically improves wireless speeds, which is needed in modern fiber connected homes and has the benefits for operators that can turn into new revenues and savings from day one.”

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