ARRIS Digital Transport Adapter
ARRIS DTAs are available in SD (DTA100) or HD (HD-DTA100u) from AMT. They provide operators with the benefits of a cost-effective digital network. The SD series converts digital services to analog while the HD series allows broadcast digital signals to be decoded from MPEG-2/MPEG-4 transport, then converted to an analog or HDMI signal intended for display on SD and HD capable devices. Features include: unidirectional functionality, a single in-band tuner, SD or HD decoding capabilities and a basic user interface for accessing one-way digital services.
Your customers receive their ordered DTAs directly from AMT which automatically activate when installed.
ARRIS Cable Modems
Subscribers want their internet to be two things, fast and worry free. Cable operators deploy services to meet the speed expectations, and trust ARRIS to provide the cable modems that deliver the reliability. ARRIS offers cable operators DOCSIS compliant 2.0 and 3.0 Cable Modems to meet any market environment or subscriber need. Some operators prefer to deploy DOCSIS 3.0 modems to future proof their capital expenditures, while others focus on the growing trends in home wireless networking, or modems that are prepared for self installation. Even custom configured and direct to consumer fulfilled modem kits are available to help execute any type of program or operator promotion.
ARRIS Wireless Gateways
Many homes and small offices are moving to wireless networks, and many cable operators see the need to accomodate this trend as either competitive necessity, or an opportunity to potentially raise ARPU with an offering of wireless networking.
ARRIS Residential E-MTA
To succeed in the residential communications services market, cable operators need to be able to supply and support reliable voice and data services services for their subscribers. Critical to delivering these services is the quality and reliability of the endpoint device, the E-MTA (Embedded Multimedia Ternimal Adapter). Each E-MTA offers carrier grade voice service quality, to meet and exceed subscribers expectations; battery back-up, for telephony service in the case of a power outage; multiple diagnostic tools to measure and monitor any issues with the unit’s battery, the home’s inside wiring, the home’s telephony equipment, or other network problems. These key features keep the cable operator informed and alerted to any instances of issues with the subscriber’s service related to the product.