Vecima, Rincon ink Remote PHY distributor deal

Vecima Networks (TSX:VCM) and Rincon have formalized a Remote PHY partnership that will combine Vecima's DOCSIS Distributed Access ...

Vecima Networks (TSX:VCM) and Rincon have formalized a Remote PHY partnership that will combine Vecima's DOCSIS Distributed Access Architecture (DAA) and video products with Rincon's professional services, global reach and optical expertise.

"Vecima has developed the most interoperable DAA node in the industry. Our platform allows an operator to deploy in a multi-vendor environment, while streamlining their operations with an award-winning set of tools and monitoring systems," said Clay McCreery, chief revenue officer at Vecima. "We also continue to innovate our best-in-class commercial video and hospitality products that have generated billions of dollars of revenue for our customers."

Rincon's optical solutions are designed to reduce maintenance, warranty and other operating expenses. When coupled with Vecima's Remote PHY and Remote MAC-PHY technology, operators are able to use a single source for all traditional & forward-looking data requirements.

"Rincon partners with leading edge OEMs to introduce disruptive technologies to our customers. We then craft investment recovery programs that fund investments in this new technology by monetizing customers' prior network assets. This approach to technology migration, coupled with Vecima's array of video platforms, enables operators to meet the insatiable bandwidth of their customers in a way that often takes no additional capital, reduces operating costs, and mitigates the environmental impact of network expansion," said Michael Bartling, EVP of sales at Rincon.

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