A fiber-deep strategy means more bandwidth and less congestion for subscribers
As a service provider, you know that, to deliver more bandwidth to your customers, you must extend fiber deeper into the network. A fiber-deep strategy with node splitting makes service groups smaller, which means less congestion, greater freedom in spectrum allocations, and lower operating costs.
A fiber connectivity infrastructure needs to simultaneously support migration to the Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification 3.1, or DOCSIS 3.1, and greenfield FTTH (fiber-to-the-home) deployments. Important considerations for fiber connectivity solutions include:
- Fiber density
- Small form factor designs
- Efficiency in handling multiple wavelengths
- Speed and ease of installation, with minimal training
- Quality and durability
CommScope can help you deploy your network fast with solutions that range from distribution to access, pedestals to aerial closures, cabinets to wall boxes, and much more.
Mark Alrutz, VP Service Provider Solutions, discusses Fiber and Gigabit deployments for MSOs
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