Suttle releases CPE with 1Gbps
Michelle Clancy
| 08 October 2014
Suttle has announced MediaMAX CPE devices based around the new ultra-broadband standard, which can be mounted directly on the wall like a faceplate, which eliminates unsightly wires and bulky power supplies.

The Sckipio-based solution provides up to 1Gbps of ultra-high speed broadband. It includes a plastic modular enclosure system; quick-connect copper connectivity; and a wall-plate system. The company also announced a DPU that supports up to 16 concurrent subscribers.

"The MediaMAX platform is a breakthrough in in-home infrastructure, to realise the truly connected home," said George Wakileh, Suttle global vice president of technology and business development. "By combining the MediaMAX platform with the breakthrough performance of, Suttle is pioneering the world of next-generation broadband networking."

David Baum, CEO of Sckipio, added: "Suttle is a very innovative company. Their approach to inserting active components into outlets that were historically limited to passive components is unique and I think communication services providers and end users alike will love the integrated, cohesive approach."