Korean cable services provider CJ HelloVision has purchased ARRIS C4 CMTSs to deploy DOCSIS 3.0 High Speed Data and Voice over IP (VoIP) service to its customers. CJ HelloVision is a part of the CJ group of companies, and serves nearly three million cable homes. 

“As part of our effort to become the leading provider of high speed Internet service in Korea, we are planning to launch 200 Mbps broadband service to our residential customers,” said CJ HelloVision CTO Sanyong Lee, in a statement. “Additionally we plan to provide our subscribers with a variety of converged IP-based services using CMTS technology.”

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