As the future of broadband is upon us, companies are taking advantage of the new era. 2wire is looking to give us something unique, as they've dubbed it an iNID. No more modems, it will all come from the "NID".
2Wire introduces new HomePortal 4000 iNID (Intelligent Network Interface Device) at CES 2006.
This new device will terminate VDSL 2+ or FTTP to the customer's premesis, and allow connections into the house using existing copper wire.Story continues
Paris and San Jose, California - December 2, 2005 - Alcatel (Paris: CGEP.PA and NYSE: ALA) and 2Wire, a pioneer in home broadband network solutions, announced today that Alcatel has agreed to acquire a 25 percent stake in 2Wire. The strategic partnership broadens and extends the industry’s most comprehensive end-to-end, fully integrated triple play solution. story continues..
Thursday October 27, 9:00 am ET story continues..
Ranked No. 101 With Three-Year Sales Growth of 897%
SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct.
Sprint has chosen 2Wire to provide home networking equipment for their DSL customers. Sprint chose 2Wire because of ease of use, advanced features and superior performance.
Sprint customers will receive the Firewall Monitor and Web Remote Access broadband applications.
2Wire Ships 3K HomePortal, Tripling Residential Gateway Sales in 16 Months story continues..
San Jose, California - July 11, 2005 - Only seven months after shipping its two-millionth HomePortal® residential gateway, 2Wire has shipped its three-millionth unit, marking a 300% increase in total units shipped since January 2004.
“This increase in volume is indicative of a greater industry trend,” said Brian Sugar, 2Wire’s vice president of marketing.
Recognized for leadership in emerging technology story continues..
San Jose, California - June 28, 2005 - 2Wire, Inc., a provider of broadband service platforms for the DSL market, today announced that it has been chosen by AlwaysOn as one of the Top 100 Private Company award winners. 2Wire was handpicked by the AlwaysOn editorial team based on a set of five criteria – innovation, market potential, customer adoption, media buzz and investor value creation.
One-click wireless security, integrated VoIP, ADSL 2/2+, USB 2.0 for NAS or USB printers... and a totally new design!
SaskTel Forms Alliance with 2Wire to Deliver Home Networking Vision
Canadian telco to distribute 2Wire residential gateways to subscribers of bundled voice, entertainment and DSL data services
San Jose, California - April 19, 2005 - SaskTel has teamed up with 2Wire, Inc., a provider of broadband service delivery platforms, to deliver home networking to its high-speed Internet and MAX subscribers. As part of the alliance, 2Wire will be the exclusive supplier of home networking solutions for SaskTel’s new HomeNet service, launched March 31, 2005.
SaskTel is offering 2Wire’s latest residential gateway product, the HomePortal® 1800HG residential gateway, to its high-speed Internet and MAX subscribers, enabling them to share a single broadband connection and network multiple devices in the home. The gateway will also be the default platform for SaskTel’s HomeNet services.2Wire.com
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By Jim Hu story continues..
Influential friends are hard to come by, but courting a giant like SBC Communications can make or break a start-up such as 2Wire.
The San Jose, Calif., company, which makes wireless home networking gear, on Monday expanded its relationship with SBC to provide multimedia set-top boxes for the telco giant's satellite TV service, powered by EchoStar's Dish Network.
2Wire Ships Two-Millionth HomePortal, Doubling Residential Gateway Sales in Less Than a Year
Demand for residential gateways soars as home networking of voice, data and video services takes off
San Jose, California - November 22, 2004 - 2Wire has shipped its two-millionth HomePortal® residential gateway only nine months after reaching its millionth unit milestone.
After experiencing significant growth in shipment volumes in 2003, the provider of broadband service platforms has doubled its total units shipped in just nine months, from one million in January of this year to two million units in October. 2Wire’s HomePortal residential gateway is a one-box, self-installable solution that features a high-performance ADSL modem, high-speed router, professional-grade firewall and flexible home networking options, including a HyperG 802.11g wireless access point. Source: 2Wire
2Wire poll reveals 79 percent of DSL subscribers would cancel their cable subscriptions if offered voice, data and entertainment services from their telco
San Jose, California - November 1, 2004 - Over three-fourths (79 percent) of those with both cable TV and DSL would cancel their cable subscription if they could receive telephone, Internet and TV services from their telco, a new poll has revealed. More than half (55 percent) of the respondents would also choose their telco over the cable operator as the single provider of these services.
2Wire, a provider of broadband service platforms, polled 2,000 DSL subscribers to identify the major factors driving consumer demand for converged services. The majority of respondents indicated that they would subscribe to Voice over IP (VoIP), or would consolidate their telephone, Internet and TV services to a single provider, with the strongest motivation being cost savings.2Wire.com
San Jose, Ca - October 21, 2004 - 2Wire, Inc., a provider of broadband service platforms for the DSL market, has been named by the 2004 Inc. 500 list as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States. story continues..
Lowers Costs for Service Providers with Launch of Greenlight CD-less, Automatic DSL Provisioning
San Jose, CA - October 12, 2004 - 2Wire, Inc., a provider of broadband service platforms for the DSL market, is making it even easier for subscribers to set up their own broadband connections and home networks. 2Wire’s new Greenlight installation solution is designed to deliver instantaneous broadband connectivity without the need for setup CDs or complex manual installation and authentication procedures.
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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Puerto Rico Telephone (PRT), the ninth largest telephone company in the U.S.
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2Wire HomePortal Boosts Broadband Experience for SingNet Subscribers
SAN JOSE, Calif., July 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- SingNet, the ISP arm of Asia's leading communications group, Singapore Telecommunications Ltd. ("SingTel"), has formed an alliance with 2Wire, a provider of broadband service platforms for the DSL market, to deliver home networking services to broadband subscribers in Singapore.
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Recognized for Industry Leadership and Technology Innovation
SAN JOSE, Calif., July 12 /PRNewswire/ -- 2Wire Inc., the provider of broadband service platforms, today announced its inclusion in the AlwaysOn (AO) Top 100 Private Companies list. AlwaysOn, an open source media company focused on technology and business innovation, and KPMG's emerging business practice, KPMG 1Start, compiled the second annual AO100 list. The two groups surveyed more than 1,000 venture investors, investment bankers, top entrepreneurs and executives, who nominated more than 700 companies to determine the AO100 winners. The full list can be found at www.alwayson-network.com.PRESS RELEASE
Robert Frost's famous line "good fences make good neighbors" continues to gain supporters. In a 21st-century spin on Frost's axiom, executives at Silicon Valley software firm Opsware (formerly Loudcloud) are predicting that encryption will not just become far more pervasive on the Net than it is now, but will cause the Internet to go dark, in the sense that a lot of currently accessible information will become secure.
The rise of wireless networks is exposing all kinds of electronic trails, says Howes. In a study late last year, wireless gateway provider 2Wire found that 21 percent of home Wi-Fi users could see their neighbors' wireless networks.
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Survey Respondents Expect Broadband Connectivity on Vacation, Consider Email More Important Than Breakfast and Need Internet Access More Frequently Than a Year Ago
SAN JOSE, Calif., June 30 /PRNewswire/ -- One in four (24%) American broadband subscribers with home networks will avoid a vacation destination if it lacks broadband connectivity. Over half (56%) will check their email almost daily while on vacation this year.