Bringing the Benefits of Cloud Native to Network Function Virtualization
Bringing the Benefits of Cloud Native to Network Function Virtualization, what is the real benefit of a cloud native software architecture? Learn all about that in this blog.
Cisco adds No-Touch SmartNode Capabilities to its Infinite Broadband solution
Introducing the worlds first Smartnode, the GS7000i, a new product for Cisco's Infinite Broadband solution. Bringing automation to the Cable Access networks.
Cisco Showing New FDX capabilities at SCTE Cable Expo 2017
Cisco will be demonstrating the latest innovation in the Cable Access Industry at the SCTE CableExpo 2017 in Denver. Come see us @ our SCTE booth (#987) for a live demonstration of Full Duplex DOCSIS.
The Advantage of Remote PHY
Introduction of Cisco's whitepaper analyzing the total cost of ownership advantages of Remote PHY compared to analog Fiber Deep architectures.
Cisco adds Automation to its Infinite Broadband solution for Cable Access Networks
Cisco add Automation to its Infinite Broadband solution for Cable Access Networks, making Cable Access Networks Smarter with SmartPHY automation.
Full Duplex in Action at CableLabs 2017 Summer Conference
For the first time in the United States, we’ll be hosting our Full Duplex (FDX) DOCSIS proof of concept with Intel at the CableLabs Summer Conference this week. We unveiled the demo this past May at ANGA.
Cisco adds new capabilities to its Infinite Broadband solution for Cable Access Networks
Cisco is expanding its Infinite Broadband solution with an RPHY shelf, enabling small hub site consolidation improving overall Total Cost of Ownership for our customers.
A World’s First at ANGA COM 2017: 96 MHz Symmetrical Full Duplex Broadband Capacity (No Really)
In 2012, we celebrated the 15-year birthday of DOCSIS. Now at age 20, we are excited to share one of the biggest developments since the original DOCSIS 1.0 specification.
Cisco Launches Infinite Broadband for Cable Access Networks
Here’s one of the big questions facing cable operators today – can their existing HFC infrastructure, built on a proprietary analog network, meet their evolving technical and business requirements?