SK Broadband deploys ARRIS IPv6 service across HFC network
Jun 26, 2012 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
ARRIS Group, Inc., a communications technology company, has announced that SK Broadband Inc., an integrated telecommunications company, has begun deploying IPv6 service to customers across its HFC network.
SK Broadband has been an ARRIS C4 CMTS customer since 2005, and recently implemented the new IPv6 service by upgrading its existing chassis' to Software Release 8.0, the company said.
"SK Broadband prides itself on providing the highest quality experience to our customers," said Mr Dae Chul Noh, SK Broadband Network Planning Team Leader. "We are very pleased with the cost-efficient and operationally simple solution that the ARRIS C4 CMTS platform brings us in being able to ensure that none of our customers see any degradation or termination of service."
According to the company, this deployment is a key milestone in the IPv6-related feature development efforts conducted by ARRIS, a provider of DOCSIS 3.0 technology. "Over the past year we've worked very closely with our customers to plan IPv6 feature support for both our CMTS and CPE platforms," said Todd Kessler, ARRIS VP, CMTS Product Management. "We're encouraged to see the success that SK Broadband has achieved using our products in their IPv6 deployments, and we plan to remain at the forefront of delivering real-world IPv6 functionality to our customers worldwide."
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