ADB joins RDK Community to provide RDK-B-based solutions for Telco operators
11 October 2023 – Geneva, Switzerland: ADB, the Enterprise and In-Home Solutions provider for Video and Telco operators, is pleased to announce its official membership in the RDK as a Preferred Member, which is a key step towards further strengthening its commitment to RDK open-source software development for broadband gateways.
With this announcement, the company aims to provide comprehensive solutions to Telco operators who want to leverage the benefits of the open RDK platform, which standardizes key features used in connected broadband, video, and IoT devices, thus ensuring interoperability between different devices and service providers. Open-source RDK allows to take advantage of ready-made components and libraries that accelerate the deployment process of new services and devices while also providing the opportunity to create a unique and personalized experience for customers.
ADB has been developing, integrating, and delivering its comprehensive broadband solutions to leading European telecommunications operators and ISPs for many years. These solutions ensure seamless connectivity and proper Quality of Service (QoS) for broadband and video in every part of the office or house. The company achieves this through a superbly integrated system solution, which includes intelligent software running on its Customer Premises Equipment (CPEs), a world-class portfolio of Wi-Fi 6/6E & 7 broadband gateways and mesh nodes, and efficient back-office systems that assist operators in monitoring and controlling their field deployments.
“Becoming a preferred Member of the RDK Community is a strategic step for ADB. We are excited to work with other industry leaders to advance open-source software development, especially in the broadband domain. Our involvement with RDK-B reaffirms our commitment to providing cutting-edge broadband solutions that meet the evolving needs of our customers Telco operators & broadband providers while ensuring the security and flexibility of their investments.” – said Philippe Lambinet, Chief Marketing Officer at ADB.
With ADB’s expertise and contributions to the RDK, the industry can expect continued innovation and advancement in open-source RDK-based solutions.
More information about ADB and its broadband solutions can be found at http://adbglobal.com.
The RDK community consists of over 600 companies, encompassing CPE manufacturers, SoC vendors, software developers, system integrators, and service providers. Worldwide, the deployment of RDK devices has surpassed 80 million units, with numerous service providers in North America, Europe, Latin America, and Asia at different stages of assessing, testing, conducting trials, or implementing RDK solutions. RDK software is provided to RDK licensees free of charge, and member companies within the RDK community have the opportunity to contribute software modifications and improvements to benefit the entire community. For further details about RDK, please visit rdkcentral.com.
ADB creates and deploys the outstanding system solutions for best video experience and broadband services to Multi-Gigabit Home and Enterprise environments. ADB’s offer is addressed to Pay-TV and Telco operators, content distributors, and hospitality property owners.
Serving telco and video operators across the world, ADB’s complete system solutions enable software and devices to converge perfectly, delivering unrivalled Quality of Experience to our customers.
Find out more at www.adbglobal.com.