"Broadband CPE enjoyed its strongest year yet in 2012, benefiting from a combination of ongoing technology shifts and the need to support legacy broadband services and subscribers," says Jeff Heynen, directing analyst/Broadband Access and Pay TV at Infonetics Research. "Cable operators are gaining significant traction with DOCSIS 3.0 in North America, Europe, Korea and Japan; and they’re in the early stages of rolling out video gateways that combine DOCSIS CPE with video transcoding capabilities.” And Wi-Fi continues to be hot, with nearly half of all DSL units sold being Wi-Fi-enabled. ARRIS maintains the Number One position in the North American DOCSIS 3.0 CPE segment, followed by Motorola, Cisco and Netgear.

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