Monday, December 28, 2009

BroadLight, Ralink deliver breakthrough wireless performance with integrated GPON plus 802.11n residential gateway

SANTA CLARA, USA: BroadLight, the leading supplier of GPON Semiconductors and software, today announced the successful integration of BroadLight’s leading BL2348 GPON Residential gateway device and Ralink’s RT3062 300 Mbps 802.11n Wi-Fi solution.

The integrated reference design provides a high-performance, cost optimized Residential Gateway solution that enables next generation “triple play” voice, video, and data services to the home over a combined GPON plus Wi-Fi network.

Ralink has recently joint BroadLight’s Synergy+ partners program which establishes strategic alliances with industry leaders that deliver best-in-class solutions complementing BroadLight’s product offerings. As a strategic partner, Ralink’s customers can enjoy the fast time-to-market and best-in-class performance of the Ralink device software driver integrated with BroadLight’s GPON residential gateway Wi-Fi acceleration engine.

“The combination of Ralink and BroadLight technologies creates a compelling solution for customers and enables them to quickly bring to market wireless-enabled GPON home gateways,” said Doron Tal, vice president of business development and product management for BroadLight.

“802.11n Wi-Fi is an essential technology for residential gateways enabling wireless distribution of new high-speed services such as multimedia in the broadband connected home, and we are confident that Ralink’s 802.11n solutions provide a superior wireless networking experience for the lowest cost.”

Ralink Vice President Cashew Chen said: “802.11n is the clear choice for wirelessly distributing media content and services throughout the digital home. GPON significantly increases broadband performance on the LAN, driving the need for similarly robust wireless capabilities.

“New home gateways based on BroadLight’s GPON combined with Ralink RT3062 Wi-Fi can deliver the performance and reliability that consumers demand when streaming media and latency-sensitive content.”

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