Tilgin Strengthens its Flexible Premises Solution with Introduction of Wireless Access Device

The MSA931 can transmit and guarantee high performance flicker free video to multiple IPTV set top boxes at any one time, acting as a wireless bridge to a Tilgin home gateway.

Stockholm, Sweden, February 18, 2013: Tilgin, a leading provider of solutions for multi-play and next-generation broadband access, announces the launch of a fully managed high-end wireless distribution solution at the FTTH Council Europe Conference this week, from 19 - 21 February 2013, at the ExCel Centre London.


This new device, the MSA931 is a cable free, plug and play solution that will change the way video is distributed in modern homes, and will allow operators to deploy video services in customer home networks in a brand new way.

The MSA931 can transmit and guarantee high performance flicker free video to multiple IPTV set top boxes at any one time, acting as a wireless bridge to a Tilgin home gateway. It can also be used to get optimal wireless coverage and performance for any internet usage in the home. This new solution will be part of Tilgin's already established Flexible Premises Solution, which prides itself on best economy in deep fiber access deployment and at the same time allowing superior Wi-Fi performance.

"Our Flexible Premises Solution, introduced last year, has received positive feedback from the market and several operators are already basing their FTTH / FTTB strategy on our solution. The addition of the MSA931 will strengthen the solution even further and again show the benefits of a modular approach for the home, both in terms of performance and economy." said Eric Hjelmestam, VP Solution Management & Marketing at Tilgin. Mr. Hjelmestam continues, "The key challenge for operators is to give their end-users both quality of experience and a home d©cor designed product; with the introduction of this new high-end wireless solution we feel we have certainly achieved this."

To see the MSA931 wireless distribution solution please visit Tilgin at the FTTH Council Europe conference.

About Tilgin
Tilgin's high-performance, software-controlled Home Gateways and remote management solutions turn online homes into a profitable business for operators and a personalized experience of quality and simplicity for their customers. Our telecom-grade solutions allow for managed services - for triple play and beyond - to be introduced instantly and individually. With easy integration in operational and business support systems, they substantially reduce operator costs while creating loyal and satisfied customers and a strong brand. Tilgin systems and solutions are used by more than 100 operators in more than 30 countries giving Tilgin a strong client base with a broad international reach. Tilgin was founded in 1997. Tilgin is headquartered in Kista, Sweden, and has a network of international sales partners. For more information, please visit: www.tilgin.com

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