Articles found: 30
2023 ANS Trends – Cable Network and Headend
Multi-Service Operators (MSOs) are facing a “Back to the Future” scenario for 2023 and beyond: they’ve heard the familiar call for increased network speeds and capacity for advanced consumer services, with compounded annual growth rates (CAGRs) for average busy-hour upstream bandwidth usage of greater than 20%. Same as it ever was, right?
2023 Predictions: The Demands of Tomorrow’s Broadband Networks
Elevated bandwidth demand and access to high-quality broadband have become a necessity. The question for service providers is no longer whether it's time to build next-generation networks, but which investments to make, how to deploy them quickly and efficiently and how to engineer, install, and maintain that new infrastructure.
The Role of FMA in the Path to 10G
For the majority of operators, the road to 10G is a multi-year, multi-stage journey. But as we look ahead at the next phase of distributed access architectures (DAA), the decision of where to locate the MAC and how to integrate this chosen architecture with other network components and stages of evolution is complicated by a current lack of standardization. CommScope’s Dan Torbet blogs about the importance of Flexible MAC Architecture and benefits to the network.
How Far Will 10G Take Us?
10G is now a reality. CommScope’s Alper Turken talks about the world’s first commercial virtualized 10G-EPON deployment that will enable J:COM to power 10G broadband across the country’s residential and business customers.
CommScope Definitions: What is Wi-Fi roaming? Part 2
In Part 2 of the "What is Wi-Fi roaming" blog series, CommScope's Matt Melester explains how the company is a proponent of Cisco's OpenRoaming and Google's Orion platforms and the potential these platforms will have on the Wi-Fi industry and our customers.
CommScope Definitions: What is Wi-Fi roaming?
The recent launch of Orion WiFi by Google brought the topic of OpenRoaming back into the spotlight. What is it and why should you care? In Part 1 of this series, Matt Melester defines Wi-Fi roaming and the players that are moving the technology toward adoption.
Collaboration in the New Workplace
Workspaces have changed and will continue to evolve as people slowly return to offices. Guest blogger, Phil Langley from Anixter, talks about the standards and technologies that can provide support for converged audio-visual solutions.
CommScope Definitions: What is Open RAN?
The fundamental underpinning of Open RAN is the standardization of radio interfaces in an open manner to ensure interoperability between component radio equipment manufactured by different vendors. Kevin Linehan explains more in this blog.
CommScope Definitions: What are Professional Services?
From the design and management of future networks to the implementation, verification, and automation of these complex projects, CommScope’s Professional services team ensure that the biggest, most ambitious network shifts go off without a hitch. Read more about professional services and how they can help you.