Transform your digital life with trusted and effortless smart home experiences.
Now it's possible to enjoy connected, smart experiences that ease the burden of running a home, enrich daily life, and assure peace of mind in your domestic spaces. Intel residential gateways and access points are helping to transform the infrastructure and network that connects devices in the home and provide consumers with the gigabit connectivity they have come to expect. These solutions help manage Internet, voice and video, home automation, security, energy, and other services, so you can experience seamless connectivity and a smarter home every day.
Building on a decade of leadership in in-home network performance, the Intel® Puma™ DOCSIS 3.1 SoC family for cable and the Intel® ANYWAN™ GRX network processor for telecom networks are the foundation for new smart home gateway systems with unsurpassed capability to deliver content, surf the Internet, manage in-home networks, and support new Smart Home services.
In today’s smart, connected home, broadband gateways use multiple connectivity technologies to serve a range of devices for consuming content and working with digital files. Intel-based platforms support Gigabit Ethernet, multiple WiFi clients running 802.11n and 802.11ac, powerline and coax data links and an array of low-power links to smart home/IoT devices, including Bluetooth, Z-Wave and DECT ULE.
Intel ICs are at the heart of carrier-class solutions for the broadband infrastructure, from the service provider operations center and telco central office (CO) to neighborhood DSLAMs and distribution points. Whether they are using DSL line card chipsets or GPON fiber network termination points, Intel silicon transports broadband across local loops built on copper, optical fiber and hybrid fiber/copper architectures.
Intel Connected Home solutions mirror the technology used in carrier-class network security and virtualization by employing a combination of on-chip hardware for packet classification, a Trusted Execution Environment, and hardware-enforced isolation of data streams.