CG3200D Cable Gateway with Wireless-N and Four
Gigabit Ports Joins Growing Family of NETGEAR Products for Cable Operators
NETGEAR, Inc. a worldwide provider of technologically innovative,
branded networking solutions, today announced that its newest Cable Gateway, the
CG3200D Wireless-N Voice/Data Cable Gateway, achieved DOCSIS 3.0
certification in CableLabs Certification Wave 71. The CG3200D delivers
DOCSIS 3.0 service via four Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports and 802.11n wireless. The
resulting data rates of up to 160 Mbps downstream and 120 Mbps upstream enable
cable operators to deliver advanced service offerings to residential and Small-
to Medium-sized Business (SMB) customers.
"We’re very pleased to offer the CG3200D to our cable operator customers
worldwide as it marries state-of-the-art DOCSIS 3.0 with IPv6 routing and the
latest 802.11n wireless standard," said David James, director of product
management for NETGEAR. "Achieving this certification from CableLabs is a
significant step for NETGEAR as we continue to enlarge our portfolio of
certified cable products."
NETGEAR’s certified CG3200D is future-proof with Internet Protocol version 6
(IPv6)and is also fully backwards-compatible with IPv4 and DOCSIS 2.0 and 1.1.
It supports remote management and provisioning, simple plug-in installation, and
post-installation manageability with Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).
In addition, it offers four Gigabit Ethernet ports and 802.11n wireless so users
can take full advantage of their high-speed WAN connections for enjoying the
broadest spectrum of multimedia, file sharing, multimedia conferencing, video
streaming, downloads, high performance gaming and music. Product details and
photos of the CG3200D are at: http://www.netgear.com/Products/RoutersandGateways/CableGateways/CG3200.aspx.
NETGEAR’s CG3200D Cable Gateway joins the expanding family of
CableLabs-Certified® NETGEAR products that enable cable operators
to offer advanced home networking services to their subscribers. NETGEAR has a
complete portfolio of interoperable residential and SMB Customer Premises
Equipment (CPE), enabling service providers to control the deployment and
operation of new services that increase revenues while reducing installation
complexity and follow-up customer support.