Mobile Xhaul Over DOCSIS Delivers Faster Time to Market at a Lower Cost Than Building a New Fiber Plant
John Chapman, Cisco’s CTO for the cable industry explores new technology that builds on a cable operators current HFC network. He covers the business opportunity, provides a definition of mobile backhaul over DOCIS and shows how the business value of using existing plant for mobile backhaul.
Cisco Gears up for ANGA COM 2018
Cisco is a regular visitor to ANGA COM precisely because it is where network operators, content providers and their suppliers converge to discuss common issues—and the opportunities that lie ahead.
Increasing Bandwidth Demand and Hybrid Fiber-Coax Networks
Global IP traffic will increase nearly threefold over the next 5 years. This means that the need for bandwidth is already growing beyond current capabilities. Why?
Finding a Way Out of the Analog HFC Maze
Today, cable operators support a broad range of last-mile networks — fiber, PON, and Ethernet. However, with the current cable network infrastructure it can be more difficult to compete with fiber-only competitors.
The State of Cisco and Energy2020
By Christopher Kelley, Lead Architect, Solution Services, Data & Analytics Group Next week is the penultimate tech-fest of the year, in cable and broadband circles — the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers’ annual Cable-Tec Expo, happening in New Orleans. One topic we expect to be big involves the Energy2020 initiative, which aims to substantially reduce […]
Simplifying Cable Plant Operations with SDN and DOCSIS 3.1
Guest Blog by Igor Dayen, SP Product and Solutions Marketing Carriers are continually challenged to deliver on the customer experience. One of the benefits of Cisco’s cBR-8 Evolved CCAP is the built-in telemetry, programmability, and DOCSIS 3.1 support of the platform. This makes it ideal for gigabit-speed access applications that demand both an automated and […]