Arris Motorola SB 6141 – High Range of Compatibility and Internet Speeds

Many people are probably still renting their cable modem from their cable internet service provider. A better option for some consumer may be to buy your own modem.  The Arris SB6141 retails for under $100 and can quickly pay for itself in under a year.

DOCSIS (Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification) is an international telecommunications standard that is used to provide Internet access via cable modem.

The Arris SURFboard modem harnesses the power of DOCSIS 3.0 technology to bond up to 8 downstream channels and 4 upstream channels.  What this mean is that you can get advanced multimedia services with data rates of up to 343Mbps download and 131Mbps upload.  

This modem is perfect for things like streaming HD Video, online gaming, shopping and downloading.

Photo Source: Surfboard

It features a 1 Gigabit Ethernet port that enable flexible, high-speed wired connectivity. A coaxial connection provides usage in video, communications and audio.
Here are the SPECS:

Arris Motorola SB6141 Operating Systems Windows 10
Windows 8
Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1) Windows Vista SP2 or later
Windows XP SP3
Macintosh 10.4 or higher
Linux Speeds Download 343 Mbps
Upload 131 Mbps Channels 8 Download
4 Upload Hardware Platform PC, Mac, Unix Interfaces 1 x Gigabit Ethernet Ports
1 x Coaxial Connection Dimension Length: 6.5-inches
Height: 8.7-inches
Width: 2-inches Weight 1.3 lbs


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