Roundup: Arris, Motorola Solutions, Anatel

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

US broadband access solutions provider Arris (Nasdaq: ARRS) will showcase its family of Docsis 3.0 broadband solutions to the ABTA trade fair in São Paulo, which will take place August 9-11 this year, the company said in a statement.

The solutions facilitate content and service distribution for cable operators by supplying increased capacity and a seamless migration path between legacy service delivery and next-generation IP networks.

Arris is a global communications technology company that specializes in designing, engineering and supplying technology supporting triple and quad-play broadband services for residential and business customers.

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The Brazilian army has selected US firm Motorola Solutions to provide digital radios, the company said in a statement.

Under the contract, Motorola will provide portable XTS 2500 and mobile XTL 2500 radios, as well as the Motobridge interoperability gateway.

Neither the amount of devices to be supplied nor the price tag for the deal was reported.


Brazilian telecoms watchdog Anatel's president, Ronaldo Sardenberg, held an official meeting with Ecuador's coordinating minister for strategic sectors, Jorge Glas, Anatel said in a statement.

The officials talked about regulatory cooperation between both nations, particularly in the digital TV segment.