For the second time, Gainspeed is on the move after Nokia completed the sell-off of its Gainspeed cable assets to Vecima Networks.
Nokia and Vecima Networks announced on Monday that the deal, which was first announced July 29, had been completed. Nokia snapped up Gainspeed four years ago as part of its foray into the cable access network market.
Gainspeed’s portfolio of products includes a centrally controlled Distributed Access Architecture (DAA) solution with unified support for Flexible MAC DAA nodes for Hybrid Fiber-Coaxial (HFC) networks and DOCSIS Provisioning of EPON (DPoE) nodes for fiber-to-the-home and business. It also has a DAA video engine and a chassis based EPON/DPoE solution for non-HFC network implementations.