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Similar in appearance and features, the SB5101 & SB5120 are not repackaged versions of the SB5100.

The SB5100 uses the Broadcom chipset/processor BCM3348.
The SB5101 uses the Broadcom chipset/processor BCM3349.
The SB5120 uses the Texas Instrument chipset/processor TI4401.

Each modem has its own firmware versions unique to its model. All other product specifications are the same for all 3 models.

The SB5100 has been discontinued by Motorola.
The SB5101 has newer revisions & is still supported.
The SB5120 has been discontinued by Motorola.
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last modified: 2011-12-18 15:57:48