Sercomm Corporation, a manufacturer of telecom and broadband equipment, will showcase its newest innovations and cutting-edge solutions for broadband connectivity, smart home and home entertainment at CES 2023 in Las Vegas, January 5 – 8.
Demonstrations at Sercomm’s suite – located at The Palazzo hotel – will spotlight the company’s robust portfolio of technologies and solutions, including next-gen IP streaming devices, AI-powered smart home devices and IoT sensors, and advanced wireless and wired broadband connectivity solutions for 4G/5G Small Cells, 5G FWA, DOCSIS, PON, WiFi 6E/7, and more.
“Sercomm has made major waves over last few years during the COVID period with the new technologies and solutions we’re bringing to market and that resulted in the record high revenue in year 2022,” said Ben Lin, President of Sercomm. “At CES, we’ll be showcasing many of these exciting new innovations with significant advancements ahead.”
Since its inception in 1992, Sercomm has focused on innovation for broadband telecommunications equipment for Communications Service Providers around the world. With its state-of-the-art and geographically diverse manufacturing facilities and fully integrated engineering capabilities, Sercomm has quickly become a global leader in the development and integration of software, firmware, and hardware, offering a comprehensive portfolio of telecom broadband solutions.
Product demonstrations and solutions on display include:
Next-Gen IP Streamers & STBs, including RDK and Android-based software capable of 4K streaming. Sercomm’s latest STBs also support video conferencing, including STB-to-STB and STB-to-Phone communication, as well as monitoring smart home cameras and IoT sensors for simple and comprehensive home security. Additionally, Sercomm will unveil a new, cloud-based video analytics platform.
Small Cell Network with MOCN, connecting a single eNodeB to multiple core networks. Demonstrations will feature a live setup with full functionality using SIMs from multiple mobile network providers, including integration with CBRS connected cameras with video analytics and monitoring software solution, as well as a cloud-based Unified Device Management (UDM) solution.
AI-powered Smart Home and IoT devices, which expand smart home security to include jobsite security monitoring, commercial video and access control, SMG/MDU IoT solutions, mobile IoT devices, and more. Sercomm will introduce several new solutions including a low-cost AI-powered Indoor/Outdoor Camera for the DIY market, a new LTE-CAT1 camera, and the integration of radar technology for cameras to improve threat identification. Additionally, Sercomm’s entire portfolio of IoT sensors now supports the Matter Protocol for enhanced reliability and security.