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Netia Selects ARRIS E6000™ Converged Edge Router to Expand High-Speed Broadband Capabilities

Implementation of ARRIS E6000 Converged Edge Router will deliver high-speed broadband and TV services to Netia's subscribers in Poland

WARSAW, Poland, Aug. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Netia today announced it has chosen the E6000 Converged Edge Router (CER) from ARRIS Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: ARRS) to ensure its subscribers receive the optimal broadband experience.

Netia will work with VECTOR, a Value Added Reseller for ARRIS, to deploy the ARRIS E6000 CER in the interest of delivering immediate high-performance results, while also positioning them strategically for the future of DOCSIS 3.1 and CCAP.

Netia joins an ever-expanding list of leading global service providers that have chosen the ARRIS E6000 CER to enhance their services, deploy a scalable network platform and realize significant operational savings. In May 2014, Infonetics announced that ARRIS took the lead for worldwide CMTS and CCAP revenue in 1Q14.

"With no legacy infrastructure to consider, we were able to demand the most capable and advanced solution on the market. We chose the ARRIS E6000 CER not only for its current technical capabilities and feature set, but also because it is a highly flexible platform," said Roman Kowalski, Network Planning and Development Director, Netia. "As we continue to disrupt the Polish market with our dynamic offering, we are delighted to have formed this partnership with ARRIS and VECTOR who we trust to deliver a high-performing and reliable service for our customers."

"The ARRIS E6000 CER offers exactly what a future-oriented company like Netia needs to compete in the marketplace. It's a proven go-to solution for delivering high-speed broadband services and IP content today, but with the faculty to support tomorrow's shift to DOCSIS 3.1 and CCAP," said Steve McCaffery, Senior Vice President, EMEA & Asia Pacific, ARRIS. "The E6000 CER is the industry's leading CCAP platform for three compelling reasons: it minimizes installation and configuration, maximizes operational efficiency and reliability, and protects the investments of providers like Netia for years to come."

"The ARRIS E6000 CER is an innovative solution that allows operators to enrich their consumer offering through not only increased Internet speeds, but also converged services such as VOD using integrated DVB EQAM," said Marcin Ułasik, Product Development Director, VECTOR.

Powering Smarter Networks: The ARRIS E6000 CER

The ARRIS E6000 CER is based on the Converged Cable Access Platform (CCAP) specification that enables operators such as Netia to optimise IP content delivery and to cost-effectively deploy DOCSIS, PacketCable™, DSG/ADSG, and PacketCable Multimedia (PCMM™) services. The E6000 CER is the industry's leading CCAP solution, providing service to millions of subscribers worldwide through a high-availability, high-performance solution that supports a fully redundant design.

About Netia
Netia deliver comprehensive and friendly business online solutions. It is one of the largest telecommunications operators in Poland, with network covering app. 70 percent of all office buildings. Netia, in order to increase competitiveness of their customers, provides them with innovative solutions: voice, data, Internet access, integrated services based on cloud computing and Data Center services.

Key solutions include:

  • Unified Communications and Cloud Server, providing a secure and scalable IT infrastructure;
  • Netia WiFi, enable secure networks for guests or clients;
  • Netia Video Anywhere, enabling video conferencing in HD quality.

More information: biznes.netia.pl

About ARRIS
ARRIS is a global innovator in IP, video and broadband technology. We have continually worked with our customers to transform the experience of entertainment and communications for millions of people across the world. The people of ARRIS are dedicated to the success of our customers, bringing a passion for invention that has fueled our 60-year history: We created digital TV, delivered the first wireless broadband gateway and are pioneering the standards and pathways for tomorrow's personalized, Ultra HD, multiscreen, and cloud services. We are dedicated to meeting today's challenges and preparing for the tasks the future holds. Collaborating with our customers, ARRIS will continue to solve the most pressing challenges of 21st century communications. Together, we are inventing the future. For more information: www.arrisi.com

About VECTOR
VECTOR is a provider of solutions for the telecommunications industry in Poland. The Company specializes in integrating and producing solutions that enable network operators to provide multimedia services such as digital TV, Internet and telephony. For more information: www.vector.pl

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