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.
The Cable Story, Part 2: Thoughts on How to Reinvent the Cable Network
New cloud, virtualization and SaaS technologies have evolved in the last few years that can create a more flexible and efficient network for cable providers.
Putting the “Why” in Remote PHY
Data demands are on the rise and Service Providers are looking for functional, cost-effective options. Enter Remote PHY to the scene. Learn more about why a rural operator chose Remote PHY.
Join us for the Remote PHY Seminar at the 2017 SCTE-ISBE Cable-Tec Expo
Remote PHY, the industry’s best bet technology for boosting performance, increasing capacity, reducing costs, and simplifying network operations, is the subject of a must-see seminar at this year’s SCTE-ISBE Cable-Tec Expo.
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?
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.
Using Segment Routing to Unlock the Full Potential of the RPHY Converged Interconnect Network
As the cable industry prepares to transition towards distributed access architectures utilizing the CableLabs Remote PHY standard, it’s starting to see the many benefits that RPHY can bring.
DAA for Cable Access, separating myths from reality
Tasked with answering the question of “Why is a Remote PHY Architecture is better than a Remote MAC/PHY architecture” it would be prudent to articulate first what advantages Remote PHY has to offer over other proprietary solutions and let the readers draw their own conclusion. Let’s first call out immediately that the only ratified specification […]
Remote Phy, The wonderful thing about standards
“The wonderful thing about “standards” is that there are so many to choose from!