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   Date: 9th Sept 09

Ready reference design for residential-gateway middleware from Jungo and Broadlight

GPON semiconductor device specialist BroadLight and telecom software expert Jungo have integrated Jungo's OpenRG residential gateway software with BroadLight's BL2348 GPON SoC chip. This new residential gateway reference design provides high-speed internet connection to homes over optical-fibre networks.

This reference design enhances cable based Internet service providers with the ability to offer more home based internet services due to the availability of wideband fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) capable Residential gateways at affordable prices.

The notable features of this GPON residential gateway platform from Jungo and BroadLight includes intelligent data routing with quality of service (QoS), carrier-class Voice over IP (VoIP), IPv6 support, and virtual private networks with firewalls. This reference platform supports both wired and wireless LAN networks including Ethernet, USB and WLAN (Wi-Fi).

The BL2348 packs network processor (NP) with the OpenRG middleware's open, modular architecture to offer the designers higher level of flexibility.

"Our collaboration with Jungo has produced a versatile platform for the rapid development of cost-effective residential gateways, connecting the high-speed digital home to FTTH services," said Doron Tal, VP Business Development and Product Management of BroadLight. "Combining the superior flexibility and performance of the BL2348 SoC with Jungo's field-proven OpenRG gateway middleware enables us to deliver a complete, ready-to-deploy GPON gateway platform for service providers."

"Fiber networks are gaining momentum worldwide, enabling service providers to increase ARPU with a range of advanced, high-bandwidth digital home services, while at the same time requiring sophisticated CPE in subscribers' homes," said Eran Rom, Jungo's CEO. "We are pleased to be working with BroadLight to offer a robust platform for GPON gateways based on the company's market-leading semiconductor offering. This partnership further emphasizes Jungo's ability to supply service providers with best-in-class uniform middleware for their entire home gateway installed base, on all chosen hardware platforms and network technologies."

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