New all-in-one indoor device simplifies home access to data, voice and Wi-Fi.
The Motorola Solutions business of Motorola, Inc. today at 4G World 2010 introduced the WiMAX indoor customer premises equipment (CPEi) 890, its most powerful desktop home networking device to-date. The sleek all-in-one device provides high-performance wireless broadband access, including data, voice and Wi-Fi to home subscribers in frequencies over 2.5 GHz frequencies.
- The Motorola CPEi 890 for WiMAX (IEEE 802.16e) networks combines three solutions into one by providing an integrated data, voice and Wi-Fi device for home communications and networking.
- The CPEi 890 offers integrated state-of-the-art, high-end 802.11 b/g/n router functionality, including 2×2 “n” support and advanced features such as Wi-Fi Protected Set-up (WPS)
- The CPEi 890 can save scarce network resources in a fully loaded commercial network, resulting in increased overall capacity of the network.
- Subscribers simply connect the device to their computer and voice handsets, set their personal Wi-Fi network, and the device is ready to offer a unique all-in-one Wide Area Network (WAN), Local Area Network (LAN) and Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) residential communications network.
- This compact, plug-and-play device includes a Wi-Fi router and a high-powered radio and antenna. This offers subscribers a strong signal with improved broadband throughput rates and quality of service in the home.
- With its plug and play design and ease of upgrades via over-the-air (OTA) software, the CPEi 890 helps operators eliminate the need for costly truck rolls or operator intervention.
- The CPEi 890 outperforms Motorola’s previous generation products with more than twice the power with its dual transmit paths, additional hybrid diversity gain and more.
Fred Gabbard, vice president, Product Management, Motorola Solutions
“The high-powered radio design of the CPEi 890 offers end users the strongest possible signals and as a result, better broadband throughput rates and improved service. At the same time, it offers operators lower capital and operational expenditures and greater potential for network expansion.”