Sunrise Telecom bows new DOCSIS 3.0 sweep

Tue, 10/13/2009 - 8:20am
Mike Robuck

Today, Sunrise Telecom took the wraps off of its CM2800, which it said is the first high-resolution upstream and downstream sweep system that was designed to analyze triple-play services while optimizing the upstream spectrum for DOCSIS 3.0 services.

Using the CM2800, Sunrise Telecom said technicians can identify even small impairments in network performance, speeding plant maintenance, increasing quality of service and reducing outages. The CM2800 will debut at the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo later this month in Denver.

Sunrise CM2800

“The demand for residential and small-business triple-play services is putting enormous pressure on MSOs to maximize their upstream capacity for DOCSIS 3.0 services,” said Bahaa Moukadam, Sunrise Telecom’s CEO. “The CM2800 enables MSOs to optimize the upstream spectrum, deliver reliable service and ensure enhanced customer experience.”

The CM2800 interfaces with the Sunrise Telecom’s realGate Broadband Testing Management Tool, which is a Web-based management system for managing assets, test results and the workforce.

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