Prepare Your Home for Holiday Speeds

Arris Team December 8, 2015

It’s not too early to start thinking about the holidays and we have two holiday predictions for 91B0cA4-rVL._SL1500_you:

  1. You’re going to get more devices and watch more TV.
  2. You’re going to want the fastest modem or the latest gateway on the market today.
  3. Allow us to explain…

    As a global population, we humans watch more than a full-time job’s worth of TV every week. Chances are, you’re no exception. And if you’re like most people, your household also has six or more media devices connected to the Internet. You can thank our Consumer Entertainment Index study for those statistics.

    In short, we watch a lot of TV and own a lot of connected devices. And that’s before the holidays. Expect gifts and time off to take that to the next level.

    Which brings us to prediction number two: the glowing beacon of Internet hope also known as your modem or gateway. With all that video and all those devices, it might just be time for an upgrade.

    The perfect time, actually, because we have a new modem that will have you set for many, many holidays to come…

    Our SURFboard® SB6190 is the fastest modem you can buy in a store. It’s gigabit fast — supporting speeds of up to 1.4 Gbps, which means its future-proofed.

    And if you’re in the market for a gateway to get the added convenience of hyper-fast Wi-Fi, we have a device for you too: the SURFboard SBG6900-AC. It supports wireless download speeds of up to 686 Mbps and lets you stream, beam, and download things to and from devices within your home at a rate of up to 1900 Mbps.

    The SURFboard SB6190 is available in Best Buy stores and on Amazon for $149.99.

    The SURFboard SBG6900-AC will be available at Best Buy and Amazon for $219.99 in January.

    Go get those holidays!

    * Actual speeds are dependent on the level of service subscribed to by the consumer.

     *Currently approved for use on Comcast and Cox networks. Approval from Bright House, Charter and Time Warner Cable in progress. Check with your service provider for a list of fully approved devices.

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