Entropic, an expert in semiconductor solutions for the connected home, announced the availability of its award-winning c.LINK Broadband Access products for the India Pay-TV market. Entropic will have its Broadband Access products on display at the 22nd Convergence India 2014 Conference, held in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, from January 21-23, 2014.
Entropic’s c.LINK technology is comprised of the EN3511 Network Controller (NC) and the EN3530 Client Premise Equipment (CPE), and utilizes the existing in-home/in-building coaxial infrastructure (Ethernet-over-Coax) to provide IP data without the need to add any new wires throughout the home. Additionally, the Entropic Broadband Access solution enables Pay-TV operators in India the ability to distribute and scale their IP-based architectures on an as-needed basis; allowing for a low initial deployment cost and incremental investment only when desired.
“Entropic’s mature Broadband Access solutions answer the need for high-performance, cost-effective access technology for multiple dwelling units in India,” said Roger Gregory, vice president, Marketing, Entropic. “Our c.LINK Broadband Access solution is an ideal solution to satisfy bandwidth requirements of India-based Pay-TV operators; delivering scalable connectivity for IP-based services such as IPTV, IP VoD (video on demand), VoIP (voice over IP), and Internet access over the same coaxial network with MSO cable TV services.”
The EN3511/EN3530 solution offers the following key features: