Flexible Software Subscription for Cable Access Infrastructure
Customers are looking to transition to a subscription model with the current CCAP platform and gradually move to the cloud. To help ease our customers' migration to the cloud and software-centric architecture, we have created a simple buying program called Service Provider Network Agreement (SPNA) across mobile, cable, routing, and automation.
Economic Benefits of Virtualizing the CCAP Core with a Microservices Based Architecture
Begin the next phase of your network’s transformation by virtualizing your headends with Cisco cloud-native Broadband Router (cnBR).
How to Manage Cable Network Traffic Congestion
With unprecedented demand facing local broadband networks, operators can alleviate and mitigate both congestion and capacity issues before they happen on cable operator DOCSIS plants.
How is Your Broadband Holding Up?
Now is the time we appreciate our home broadband infrastructure. Although put in place primarily for evening Internet usage, it is now working overtime to provide additional daytime enterprise, school, and gaming use. Let’s talk a little bit about what we are seeing in these extraordinary past few months.
What Are S-Parameters and Other Hot Cable Network Topics
Read all about hot cable network topics, from DAA and 10G, to Cloud and Scalability.
ANGA COM: More, More, More!
Network transformation comes one step at a time. First, you digitize. Next, you virtualize. And then you interconnect. Last week at ANGA COM, we demonstrated how Cisco can help our customers navigate this transition.
Cable Fans Unite at
Join us at ANGA COM to learn how we can help you unlock the promise of your network and begin building a bridge to your future with Cisco.
Celebrating Success of the OpenRPD Initiative
The results of the OpenRPD initiative – a collaborative open/community source project to develop software that can be used by the industry to build a Remote PHY Device – have been stellar.
Celebrating Ron Hranac’s 46 Years in the Cable Industry!
Please join me in congratulating Ron Hranac on his 46 years of contributions to the cable industry.