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Sagemcom annonce une nouvelle box integrant un modem LTE

PARIS, January 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

SAGEMCOM, LEADER DU MARCHE DES PASSERELLES MULTIMEDIA RESIDENTIELLES EN EUROPE, DEVOILE AU CES 2013 A LAS VEGAS, LA NOUVELLE BOX SAGEMCOM [email protected] 3965 Air INTEGRANT UN MODEM LTE.

Après de nombreux déploiements basés sur les technologies 2G et 3G, Sagemcom annonce sa nouvelle génération de passerelles résidentielles mobiles LTE.

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Cette nouvelle génération de produits permet aux opérateurs d'offrir des services Triple-Play (data, téléphonie, TV) résidentiels très haut débit via leur réseau mobile LTE.

Basé sur le savoir-faire et l'expérience de Sagemcom, le [email protected] 3965 Air offre tous les services haut débit résidentiels d'un produit à forte valeur ajoutée. La richesse des interfaces tels que le Wi-Fi 802.11n dual band 2,4&5GHz, les ports USB ou le routage gigabit Ethernet permettent de connecter l'ensemble des terminaux de la maison. Grâce à son logiciel éprouvé, le [email protected] 3965 Air est contrôlable à distance, via TR069, ou localement via une interface web. Les fonctionnalités DLNA ou stockage dans le Cloud en font un produit multimédia essentiel dans la maison.

« Les performances du LTE tant en débit qu'en couverture permettent aux opérateurs d'offrir des services résidentiels comparables à ceux offerts sur les lignes fixes. Les solutions Sagemcom permettent de bénéficier du meilleur des deux univers », explique Ahmed Selmani, Directeur Général délégué de Sagemcom Broadband.

Le [email protected] 3965 Air offre des débits jusqu'à 100Mbps en LTE, ou 42Mbps en 3G, si le réseau LTE n'est pas activé. Deux variantes sont disponibles pour couvrir l'ensemble des bandes de fréquences et répondre ainsi aux besoins des opérateurs à travers le monde.

A propos de Sagemcom

Groupe français de haute technologie à dimension internationale, Sagemcom opère sur les marchés du haut-débit (maison numérique, décodeurs, box Internet, téléphonie et terminaux multimédia), des télécoms et de l'énergie (infrastructures télécoms, compteurs communicants et management de l'énergie), et de la gestion de documents (terminaux d'impression, logiciels et solutions, dématérialisation).  

Avec un chiffre d'affaires de près de 1,3 milliard d'euros, Sagemcom emploie 4 600 personnes sur les cinq continents ; leader européen sur la plupart de ses marchés clés, Sagemcom a pour ambition de devenir un des leaders mondiaux des terminaux communicants à forte valeur ajoutée.

Sagemcom est fortement engagé dans le développement durable à travers le cycle de vie de ses produits : éco-conception, consommation d'énergie, charte éthique responsabilisant l'ensemble de ses fournisseurs.  

Pour plus d'informations : http://www.sagemcom.com

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