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OneAccess Networks Introduces Integrated DOCSIS 3.0 for the One Series of Multi-Service Routers

Single platform for delivering managed cloud services to the SMB and enterprise gives cable operators CAPEX and OPEX savings

HERNDON, Virginia, November 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

OneAccess Networks, a leading manufacturer of multi-service routers and Ethernet access devices, today announced a CableLabs-certified, integrated DOCSIS 3.0 interface for its One Series portfolio of multi-service routers (MSRs).  The DOCSIS 3.0 capability is initially available as an option for the OneAccess One700 PRI product configuration.  

The company's One Series with integrated DOCSIS 3.0 reduces the number of appliances required to deploy managed cloud services to the SMB and enterprise.  As a result, cable operators can realize significant CAPEX and OPEX advantages, including: improved CAPEX ROI, simplified element management, reduced inventory, higher Quality of Service (QoS) performance, reduced field technician training and customer service call load.  

"Cable operators have been seeking a multi-service router portfolio with integrated DOCSIS 3.0 capabilities so they can better leverage their HFC network infrastructure for managed services delivery to the SMB and enterprise," said Dennis R. Gatens, vice president and general manager of OneAccess Networks, North America.  "Our integrated DOCSIS 3.0 demonstrates our continued commitment to listen to the needs of our customers and align our product roadmaps with their requirements to deliver greater value to the service provider."

With a CableLabs-certified eCMM (embedded cable modem module), subsequent releases on the One100, One700 and One540 will support the range of SIP trunking and hosted PBX services that cable operators offer to their SMB and enterprise customers, while supporting a cloud-based services roadmap.   With the One Series, cable operators realize the added benefits of integrated eSBC (enterprise Session Border Controller) and application visibility, control and optimization features that are necessary for the delivery of high-value managed cloud services.

Integrated DOCSIS 3.0 is another proof point of OneAccess' commitment to lead the evolution of the MSR from a Layer 3 centric network element to a cloud-based application delivery solution.  The One700C PRI configuration will be available for lab evaluation in Q1 2013, with general availability planned for Q2 2013.  For more information, contact Dennis Gatens at [email protected]neaccess-net.com.

About OneAccess Networks

Incorporated in 2001, OneAccess Networks is a leading manufacturer of multi-service routers and Ethernet access devices.  With a global presence that includes North America, Europe and Asia, OneAccess develops strategic vendor-partner relationships with its service provider customers.  Our worldwide customer base numbers more than 140, including 4 of the 5 largest service providers in Europe.  We focus on developing solutions that are aligned with service provider's roadmaps.  As a result, we are recognized as a global leader for multi-service routers and gateway solutions that enable complete convergence for the SMB and enterprise user.  For more information, visit http://www.oneaccess-net.com/.

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