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Broadband CPE Shipments up 23%

According to In-Stat, shipments for broadband customer premise equipment (CPE) increased 23 percent in 1Q05 from the same quarter in 2004. Revenue was up by 20 percent from 2004. CPE products include modems, routers, and residential gateways. Increasing Voice over IP (VoIP) deployments by cable operators in North America contributed to shipment and revenue growth for cable modems. Embedded Multimedia Terminal Adapters, (E-MTAs) comprised more than 20 percent of cable modem shipments in 1Q05. Shipments of standalone DSL modems increased only slightly as more DSL service providers moved to residential gateway equipment. As service providers move to triple-play business models, where voice, video and data applications are delivered over a single access subscription, broadband equipment vendors and their suppliers are adding increased functionality to their products. In-Stat began tracking VoIP-enabled equipment in 1Q05.

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