Service Provider Products
NETGEAR announced new products available to service providers only. So no pricing or availability info was given.
The MBR1000 Mobile Broadband router unfortunately shares the same model number with a CradlePoint product. The brief description in the NETGEAR release says only that it supports both 3G/4G and Ethernet WAN connections and that it can provide an "instant WiFi Internet hot spot". I since learned that the WWAN modem is built in and that it just needs a SIM card to get it up and running on Verizon's LTE 4G network.
The VEVG3700 OSGi-enabled VDSL2 and GigE dual WAN gateway can be used in DSL, FTTH or DOCSIS networks. Its features include Gigabit Ethernet and WiFi Dual Band network support, built-in CAT-iq DECT base station with wired VoIP lines and DLNA /UPnP server.
Also for ISPs wanting to also provide phone service, NETGEAR has added the DHH1000 Digital Home Hub, which includes a VDH1000 DECT handset and VDB1000 DECT handset and charging base. The DHH1000 has the same features as the VEVG3700, plus an ADSL-2+ WAN connection. The VDH1000 and VDB1000 are cordless 1.8/1.9GHz DECT products with LCD display.
Also announced is the CG3202 DOCSIS 3.0 Dual Band WiFi cable gateway, whose name will have to say it all, since there were no other details provided.This product is also available for EuroDOCSIS 3.0 as the CG3302.
Finally, NETGEAR announced its first home security products, including the tablet-like HSS101 Android based Home Security Screen and HSC101 IP camera with night vision and motion detection features.