Sunday, December 17, 2023
Alex Lowe

Ubiquiti introduces new UniFi Cable Modem

Ubiquiti has introduced a new cable modem this week which is compatible with the UniFi system. The new modem was leaked earlier this year in July by ISP and will work with certain cable ISPs such as Comcast Business, Comcast Xfinity (Residential), Charter Spectrum (Residential) and Cox (Residential). The new modem has a small 1.3-inch LCM screen as seen in other UniFi devices, DOCSIS 3.1 port on the rear and a 2.5GbE ethernet port for connecting to a router.

Compatibility wise, the UCI can be used with non-UniFi hardware and will become essentially unmanaged. It also only works in the US and will not function if not activated with a US ISP. At this stage, it is not clear if it works with the UXG Pro and can be adopted to a cloud hosted controller.

The new UniFi Cable Modem is now on sale in the US only, priced from $279.

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