ARRIS Group E6000 CER Selected for Use by TURKSAT


ARRIS Group (NASDAQ: ARRS) announced that TURKSAT, Turkey's leading satellite communications and cable TV operator selected its E6000™ Converged Edge Router (CER) to prepare for future IP interactivity and higher speed broadband services.

TURKSAT selected the E6000 CER not only to support today's CMTS requirements but also to support the company's strategic transition to Converged Cable Access Platform (CCAP) and to scale to tomorrow's consumer demands. The E6000 CER will enable TURKSAT to achieve broadband speeds of up to 500Mbps and 1 Gbps while future-proofing its headend for eventual service expansion.

"TURKSAT is a valued customer, and we're proud that it continues to turn to ARRIS for its strategic technology investments," said Steve McCaffery, Senior Vice President, EMEA & Asia Pacific, ARRIS. "TURKSAT is extending the E6000 CER's growing footprint across Europe—taking advantage of its ability to deliver high-speed broadband services and IP content today, while enabling tomorrow's shift to DOCSIS 3.1 and CCAP."

TURKSAT joins an impressive list of the world's leading service providers that have chosen the ARRIS E6000 CER to pave their roadmap to future networks and enhanced services. Thanks to its unsurpassed performance, efficiency, and reliability, the E6000 CER is the industry standard for CCAP deployments around the world.

Powering Smarter Networks: The ARRIS E6000 CER

Global momentum for the E6000 CER continues to showcase its value to the world's leading service providers. This announcement extends its streak of recent global wins including Liberty Global, Comcast, SK Broadband, GCI, and WOW!.

The E6000 CER is based on the Converged Cable Access Platform (CCAP) specification that enables operators to optimize IP content delivery and to cost-effectively deploy services. The E6000 CER is the industry's leading CCAP solution, providing service to millions of subscribers worldwide through a high-availability, high-performance solution that supports a redundant design.