Corinex MV Access Gateway awarded FCC Part 15G certification
(PresseBox) (Houston, Texas, )Corinex Communications Corp. was awarded FCC Part 15G certification on its MV Access Gateway, FCC ID: QIU-CXP-MVA-GWY. The FCC certification gives Corinex customers the ability to fully comply with all FCC regulations while still being able to deploy the fastest Broadband over Powerline (BPL) Access systems in the world.
BPL delivers a complete communications system on a utilities Medium and Low voltage electric lines. The technology allows utilities and operators to offer revenue generating Broadband solutions and cost optimizing Intelligent Grid applications over their existing power grid.
“Corinex is proud to be able to offer the worlds only FCC certified 200Mbps BPL Access solution, shipping in volume,” said Peter Sobotka, Corinex CEO. “FCC certification further demonstrates Corinex’s commitment to adhering to worldwide standards for our large global customer base” added Sobotka.
The certification testing process was conducted at several locations at CenterPoint Energy in Houston, Texas under some of the harshest conditions for noise and customer density. Certifying under such difficult conditions ensures that Corinex customers deploying in noisy or clean environments will have equipment that functions flawlessly.
The Corinex MV Access Gateway also won a nomination for the International Engineering Consortiums (IEC) InfoVision Awards, which will be presented at the Broadband World Forum Europe in Paris on October 9-12. The awards recognize the “Top Innovations in Broadband”. Corinex’s MV Access Gateway was nominated as the only Broadband over Powerline (BPL) technology in the “Best Access Network Technologies and Services” category, along with products from BT, Ericsson AB, ICI, JDSU, Tellabs, Thomson and others.