ZyXEL releases its ONE Connect comprehensive home network connectivity overview solution

ONE Connect to be main showcase at Broadband World Forum in London

October 6th, 2015 - Hsinchu, Taiwan - ZyXEL Communications, one of the world's leading broadband access and networking solutions providers, is today revealing further details of its unique and powerful new ONE Connect solution for home networking transparency, ahead of the solution's first public unveiling at Broadband World Forum, London, 20-22 October 2015.


ZyXEL is the global leader in solutions that provide end-to-end capability with full 360º intelligence from both wired and wireless connectivity devices, such as Powerline and Wi-Fi extenders, through the broadband CPE equipment to ACS (auto configuration server) servers in the network. The company will be showing for the first time live demonstrations of its new ONE Connect technology throughout the three-day London event.

"ONE Connect is exciting because it provides the most comprehensive all-in-one home network overview available today and is aimed at giving service providers the information they need to manage and future-proof their customers' networks," said Chin-Ru Lin, VP of ZyXEL Broadband and Connectivity Business Unit.

"With our ZyXEL ONE Connect we can help ISPs to improve user experiences whilst reducing home support costs and service calls by remote diagnosis and analysis of problems users could have."

Based on information collected and collated from the home network wireless and powerline extenders through the CPE to the ACS, ONE Connect is able to combine an extremely easy setup, providing network discovery, diagnostics for network extenders and end devices connected in the home network, allowing service providers to effectively inspect and to manage home networks and provide troubleshooting and remote management.

Exhibiting on booth B80, ZyXEL will also demonstrate a range of Wi-Fi Excellence solutions and a new portfolio of G.fast products designed to give fiber-like bandwidth over existing copper infrastructures. Karsten Gewecke, Vice President of Service Providers & Key Accounts Europe ZyXEL, will also speak on the topic of: "Wi-Fi - the Achilles Heel of FTTH."

ZyXEL is exhibiting at Broadband World Forum at London's ExCel Centre, Booth B80.

Karsten Gewecke's thought leadership speeches on "Wi-Fi - the Achilles Heel of FTTH" will take place on:

Tuesday 20th October, 11:30 a.m. at Access Innovation Zone
Wednesday 21st October, 5:10 p.m. at Keynotes & Fixed Access Evolution Venue

For more information, please visit http://bbwf.zyxel.com/

ZyXEL Communications Corp.
Founded in 1989, with over a quarter-century of innovations, ZyXEL Communications Corp. is a world-class networking company providing comprehensive and reliable Internet solutions. Delivering cutting-edge communications innovations to more than 400,000 businesses and 100 million consumers worldwide, today ZyXEL is one of the few companies in the world capable of offering complete networking solutions on broadband access, commercial networking, and home connectivity for Telcos, business, and home users. With a strong local presence in 150 markets around the world, ZyXEL is the ideal partner to deliver tailor-made solutions to meet customers' local needs. For more information, please visit www.zyxel.com

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