Motorola MG7550 Cable Modem with AC1900 Router Beats ARRIS and NETGEAR in Tests by Independent Agency

Netperian Tests Real-World Wi-Fi Performance in Large Three-Floor Home, Multi-Dwelling Apartment Unit and Open Field

BOSTON--()--The results are in and the Motorola Cable MG7550 16x4 Cable Modem plus AC1900 Router has beaten top competitors ARRIS and NETGEAR in a new study performed by Netperian, an independent organization with expertise in real-world Wi-Fi equipment testing.

The report measured the Wi-Fi performance of three AC1900 cable modem/routers in real-world settings. When tested against the NETGEAR C7000 and the ARRIS SBG6900AC, the Motorola MG7550 16x4 Cable Modem with built-in AC1900 Wi-Fi Router came out as the clear winner. Results of the study are outlined at www.motorolacable.com/wifi.

“The MG7550 provides outstanding value that combines a powerful dual-band AC1900 router with a fast 16x4 cable modem suitable for use with the highest speed services now being offered by cable companies,” said Terry Manning, VP marketing and sales for Motorola cable modem producer MTRLC LLC. “We designed a product with superb Wi-Fi performance for wherever you live. Netperian’s tests revealed that the unit even performs well in large homes, with some rooms located far away from the MG7550, and even in apartments and condominiums where there’s a large amount of Wi-Fi interference from neighbors. It’s clear that for customers seeking a high-performance cable modem with outstanding Wi-Fi and a good price, the MG7550 is the right choice.”

Motorola MG7550 16x4 Cable Modem with built-in AC1900 Wi-Fi Router

The Motorola Model MG7550 cable modem with built-in router supports modem speeds up to 686 Mbps. With its high speed, IPv4 and IPv6 networking support, and two-year warranty, this is a product designed and built for use today and for years to come. The embedded AC1900 Dual Band wireless router provides the range, wireless speeds and networking support needed for multimedia, internet video and high-performance networking in a home or office.

Both Power Boost and AnyBeam extend the range of the AC1900 Dual Band Wireless Router. Power Boost technology amplifies the wireless signal to the legal limit in the U.S. AnyBeam implicit beamforming at 2.4 GHz and 5.0 GHz focuses the wireless signal toward the wireless clients. Together, they provide the fastest and most robust connections over the largest possible range, for virtually all client types.

Buying Versus Renting

Many consumers do not realize that they are missing out on cost-saving opportunities when they rent a cable router and modem from a provider.

“Customers that purchase their own equipment typically save $120 per year in cable modem rental fees. I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to waste that kind of money,” Manning said.

Where to Buy

The Motorola MG7550 is available from leading retailers including Amazon, Micro Center, Newegg and Walmart.

For more information, visit: http://www.motorolacable.com/MG7550.

About MTRLC LLC

MTRLC LLC designs, produces, markets and supports Motorola brand cable modems and gateways under exclusive license from Motorola. For more information about Motorola cable modems, please visit www.motorolacable.com.

MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC. and are used under license.

Contacts

M/C/C for MTRLC LLC
Rebecca Renfroe, 972-480-8383 ext. 217
Rebecca_renfroe@mccom.com

Release Summary

The results are in and the Motorola Cable MG7550 16x4 Cable Modem plus AC1900 Router has beaten top competitors ARRIS and NETGEAR in a new study performed by Netperian.

Contacts

M/C/C for MTRLC LLC
Rebecca Renfroe, 972-480-8383 ext. 217
Rebecca_renfroe@mccom.com