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August 08, 2011

Shenzen Picks Casa Systems' C10G Cable Modern Termination System

By Rajani Baburajan, TMCnet Contributor

Casa Systems, a provider of next generation cable edge technology, announced that Shenzhen Topway Video Communication selected the company's C10G Cable Modem Termination System (CMTS) to expand its broadband communications services.

Topway has leveraged Casa's C10G CMTS as an important element in the headed office of the cable television service network during a competitive evaluation in Topway's trial project.

After the successful trail, Topway selected the product for deployment in Topway's production network.

“Casa Systems is the only one that has passed full DOCSIS 3.0 certification,” said Fu Dali, director of Broadband Business for Topway, statement. “They have advanced techniques in managing separated downstream and upstream modules, which provide flexible combinations and increases adaptation as subscribers grow over time.”

Casa Systems' CMTS is designed to enable efficient load-balancing for upstream traffic and delivers convenient scaling of the network while providing the bandwidth that fits the cable operators service network.

“Shenzhen Topway Video Communication is an innovative company and we are very excited about our C10G being selected as the platform to enable their aggressive rollout of broadband services,” said Jerry Guo, founder and CEO of Casa Systems. “Shenzhen Topway is clearly one of the leading cable operators in China and is poised for significant growth. We are pleased to be part of that growth moving forward.”

Casa Systems enables cable operators to cost effectively offer scalable broadband services such as IPTV (News - Alert), video-over-IP, interactive gaming, as well as traditional broadband access and VoIP services, company officials said.

Recently, Casa Systems announced the appointment of Matthew Aden as senior vice president of Worldwide Sales. Before joining Casa Systems, Aden was with Harmonic (News - Alert) as its vice president, Worldwide Sales and Service. Matt has had broad experience in heading sales at market-leading cable communications technology businesses throughout his career.

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Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Carrie Schmelkin