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Wireless Broadband Router (Rev E) for Verizon FiOS

Model #: MI424WR (Rev E)

Press Reviews

05/27/2009


05/27/2009


05/19/2009

Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC), a global integrated media company, today announced winners of the 2008 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award.


05/14/2009

According to Actiontec, the next-gen wireless broadband router allows service providers to increase service speeds beyond 100 Mbps and thereby enables them to meet an increasing consumer base.


05/14/2009

Featuring TR-69+ remote management feature, the router provides end-to-end QoS support for voice and video, says company.


05/11/2009


04/07/2009

It simply took video-on-demand and the programming-guide information from the Web and passed it via coax out to my new television "network."


12/07/2008

"Verizon has tested the 100Mbps internet waters before back when it was rolling out Actiontec routers in select locales, but now the outfit is gearing up to roll it out en masse."


09/03/2008

Audiocast of Interview with Brian Henrichs, VP of Business Development and Product Management


08/01/2008

"These routers will be the perfect complement to the access network. They go well beyond just allowing more speed or bandwidth - they upgrade every key aspect of the FiOS experience," said Brian Whitton, executive director of access network design and integration for Verizon.


07/29/2008

"The Actiontec ...devices 'will take our FiOS services far beyond anything in the marketplace right now and propel our FiOS customer base toward the kind of home that networking futurists once promised but we can now deliver,' said Tushar Saxena, director of home network technologies for Verizon, in a press release. He also is a regular speaker and presenter at broadband-focused shows."


07/29/2008

Instead, the FiOS giant is releasing two new routers, the MI424-WR from Actiontec and the UltraLine Series 3 model 9100 by Westell, that increase the speed of YOUR network by boosting the throughput of the coax cables to your TV. The gain is said to push speeds from from 75 MBps to 175 MBps and play to the content sharing capabilities of the high-def DVRs.


07/25/2008

The new routers feature greater capacity, supporting 175 Mbps over up to four Wi-Fi simultaneously running networks. QoS/traffic prioritization and security settings can be configured independently for each network, using integrated dual-core processors that can also support multiple applications such as home security, home monitoring and network security.


07/24/2008

...the broadband service is set to roll out a new generation of gateway routers that will increase throughput speeds on coax cables from 75 MBps to 175 MBps.


07/24/2008

Already a key vendor in the FiOS architecture, Actiontec has been providing Verizon with customer premise equipment for more than five years. This latest product selection further strengthens the relationship between the two companies.


07/23/2008


07/23/2008

...the new gateways, which Verizon will begin installing in homes within the next two months, offer some future-proofing for subsequent increases in speed -- and apparently the not-too-distant future. Tushar Saxena, Verizon?s director of home networking technologies, calls the new products ?devices for the next three to four years.?


07/23/2008

Verizon said the units provide other features that take advantage of the bandwidth boost.


07/23/2008


07/23/2008

"This is all about future-proofing the home and making it GPON ready," says Tushar Saxena, director of home networking technologies for Verizon.


07/23/2008

The new broadband routers, designed to Verizon's specifications by Actiontec and Westell, will use MoCA 1.1 technology to boost in-home speeds over coaxial cable to up to 175 Mbps from 75 Mbps and allow operation of multiple simultaneous Wi-Fi networks


07/23/2008

To achieve this unprecedented performance level, Actiontec?s router features an advanced hardware design including an industry-first 64-bit, dual-core processor.


02/14/2008

Overall, the general home broadband gateway market is now substantial, currently reaching about $6 billion annually, according to Infonetics estimates. And the increasing impact of IPTV triple-play is clear. For example, Actiontec Electronics Inc. has pointed out that it sold 4 million residential gateways, modems, and routers during its first decade of business, and then 1 million broadband gateways in four months in early 2007, mainly for triple-play IP video applications with Tier 1 and Tier 2 carriers.


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