Networks are evolving rapidly on many fronts and adapting to the ongoing technology transformation is the cable industry’s biggest challenge today as well as for the next coming years. Amidst the changing technologies and consumer expectations, navigating to a successful future can be difficult. To help operators in their considerations, our experts share their insights on topics such as adopting to new network architectures, meeting the growing capacity demand, adding efficiency in network management, and delivering high quality broadband and broadcast TV services. Delve deeper into the future of cable and explore our topics below!
Distributed Access architecture
Distributed access architecture has advanced the evolution of cable networks. It is a rational step for the network development strategies leading to 10 Gbps broadband speeds over existing coaxial cables.
DOCSIS 4.0 and 1.8 GHz
With DOCSIS 4.0 and 1.8 GHz technologies, operators can build multi-gigabit networks – both upstream and downstream – without capex-intensive fibre-to-the-home investments. They are elemental for realising the cable industry’s vision of a 10G future.
Intelligent Network technology consists of remotely manageable and automatically adjusting broadband nodes and amplifiers, as well as their management software. They have been designed to help operators improve quality of service while keeping operational costs in control.
Meet us at ANGA COM 2023!
ANGA COM 2023 will gather the cable industry under one roof again 23-25 May. We are looking forward to catch up with you face-to-face at stand C12 in hall 8! Save the date and stay tuned for more information.