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Billion BiPAC 8700 ADSL VDSL Series Received the Certificate of Bell Canada
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Billion have been Busy, looks like they at long last have achieved the Certificate of Bell Canada for their Billion BiPAC 8700 ADSL/VDSL modem router combo.

The following was copied from http://uk.billion.com/index.aspx website:


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Billion Electric, the leading global telecommunication, and IoT solution provider announced that its’ Dual-WAN Wireless-N VDSL2/ADSL2 (VoIP) router series – BiPAC 8700NEXL R3 and 8700VNXL, has passed the field ISP application test of the largest telecommunication company in Canada-Bell Canada. The series features VDSL2/ADSL2+, superior failover/fallback, 11n wireless access point, SOHO firewall, and VoIP functionalities, which is specifically designed to provide robust and secure Internet connectivity for home and SOHO users.

BiPAC 8700 series serves as an all-in-one VDSL2/ADSL2+ broadband router series that delivers mobile, reliable, and high-speed connectivity with wide service coverage, supporting a variety of broadband applications including interactive gaming, HD video streaming, file sharing, and online conference meeting. The series also features automatic failover and fallback between VDSL2/ADSL2+ WAN and EWAN interfaces that enables seamless connectivity by immediately connecting to the secondary interface when the main interface is offline. Integrated with the 802.11n wireless access point and Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), the series provides faster wireless speed up to 300Mpbs with ultra-security.

With built-in QoS Engine, the series enhances the internet experience by prioritizing and dividing available bandwidth between applications, which can ensure the level of service, and further reduce latency and data loss. The robust firewall security is also featured to protect Internet access against hacker attacks. Furthermore, BiPAC 8700VNXL is configured with two FXS ports that can connect to users’ existing telephones to provide the most economical VoIP phone call with extended features such as call waiting, call forwarding, and three-way conference call.    

“We are proud to announce that Billion BiPAC 8700 VDSL2/ADSL2 router series completed all fields on the application for VDSL modem testing of Bell Canada that the devices are fully compatible with the company’s XDSL network. By implementing BiPAC 8700 series, users can enjoy the unsurpassed internet experience with uninterrupted and blistering connectivity at home and office of all times, “said Ben Chen, the Director of Communication Division of Billion Electric Co., Ltd. 
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DrayTeK 130 Modem connected to Netgear XR500, ASUS RT-AC86U then connected to Netgear XR500 

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