A DOCSIS 3.1 Update: Musings From a Guy Who’s Been DOCSIS Since Before There Was Such a Thing
In the future, every node will connect to every hub site - which will be transformative for service providers. DOCSIS 3.1 will give them at least a decade of growing room.
Cisco @ SCTE Cable-Tec Expo: Navigating a Multi-Network World
Cisco is gearing up for the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo - get a sneak peek into what we'll be showcasing!
Cisco and Partners Present a Clock Synchronization for Small Cell DOCSIS Backhaul
Cisco, in partnership with Intel and Sercomm, will be demonstrating the DOCSIS Timing Protocol (DTP) solution at next week’s SCTE Cable-Tec Expo.
Glimpsing the Evolution of Cable Networks at This Year’s Cable-Tec Expo
Take a glimpse into the the next generation of network technologies that will be shaping the cable industry for years to come. Distributed Access Architectures, virtualization and automation are key themes, highlighting the customer need for scale, performance and flexibility.
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.
So You’re Building Out Your Mobile Footprint …
We’ve partnered with CableLabs to develop a way for DOCSIS to grow to handle mobile backhaul -- for 4G/LTE networks to start, and 5G installations as they start to emerge in meaningful ways.
Our Thoughts On John Chapman Being Inducted Into the Cable Pioneers This Week
John will be inducted into the Cable Pioneers at a dinner event on Tuesday, October 18, at the Brown Palace Hotel. Our deepest congratulations, John!
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.
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.