Here come the cable gateways - Thomson and Comcast

by | Aug. 3, 2009

Maybe it's the summer of the cable residential gateway. Following the news that Rogers in Canada would be deploying residential gateways, Thomson and Comcast announced that Advanced Cable Gateways will be available beginning in Q3. Conceived as a home networking and communications hub, these platforms allow Comcast to provide state-of the art digital voice and data services to its customers – including using enhanced cordless telephone handsets to view email, manage voice mail, read news, weather, and sports, and to click-to-call from a universal address book powered by Plaxo, business directory, or call logs.


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