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Motorola Shows Carriers More Ways to Deliver IPTV at TELECOM 2005

Monty Solomon (
Tue, 25 Oct 2005 22:31:32 -0400

Motorola Shows Carriers More Ways to Deliver IPTV at TELECOM 2005
- Oct 25, 2005 03:11 PM (PR Newswire)

New technologies promote cost-effective broadband access for delivering
triple-play services; customer wins fuel broadband growth

LAS VEGAS, Oct. 25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Motorola, Inc. (NYSE:MOT)
is demonstrating its continued leadership in next-generation fiber
access solutions at TELECOM '05 with several new technologies that are
expected to accelerate the deployment of IPTV-based entertainment
services. The offerings -- including Internet protocol television
(IPTV) over GPON and BPON, high- density optical networks terminals,
and high-definition television (HDTV) and multi-stream IP residential
gateways -- extend the ways carriers can cost effectively bring
digital video entertainment, high-speed Internet and telephony
services to subscribers.

According to Multimedia Research Group (MRG), the worldwide IPTV
market is poised for explosive growth over the next five years,
growing at a compound annual growth rate of 78 percent, from 3.7
million subscribers this year, to 36.9 million in 2009(1). Motorola
is capitalizing on this trend with its recently announced
next-generation AXS2200 optical access portfolio and proven
Multi-Service Access Platform, which introduce operators of all sizes
to flexible delivery options for broadband services such as high
definition television, digital video recording, video-on-demand, and
robust interactive gaming applications.

When used in tandem with the Motorola AXS2200, the ONT6000 MDU/MTU
Optical Network Terminal is a low cost, ITU compliant Optical Network
Terminal that acts as the service delivery point to turn "buildings
passed" by fiber into living units served by triple-play services over
a single fiber passive optical network (PON). The ONT6000 delivers a
full range of residential and business services, such as broadband
data, HDTV, video on demand and games online-to multiple dwelling unit
(MDU) complexes and office buildings (multiple tenant units (MTUs)).


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