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For service providers that want to offer symmetrical and multi-gigabit downstream services to residential customers, deploying an Ethernet passive optical network (EPON) with a centralized or distributed architecture delivers ease of integration for their existing network.
By utilizing EPON with fiber to the home (FTTH), service providers can lower operational costs, maximize their investments and increase revenue with high-value commercial services customers.
Working toward an N+0 architecture can be challenging. CommScope offers a number of easy-to-install solutions to help expand your fiber network efficiently and effectively.
Using DOCSIS provisioning over Ethernet (DPoE), service providers can program their network to deliver promised service using optical line terminals (OLT) and optical network units (ONU) instead of cable modem termination system (CMTS) and cable modems (CM).
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As an expert and innovator in fiber optics, CommScope has the knowledge and advanced solutions to help any network dominate the fiber future.
With the pressure on service providers to deliver more bandwidth to the customer, the CommScope remote OLT (R-OLT) allows operators to deploy high-capacity digital fiber to the home or premises.
This paper provides a brief overview on various passive optical network (PON) configurations along with comparisons on compatibility, as well as deployment and operational costs.
Service providers can see cost and deployment time savings by utilizing the CommScope Professional Services methodology of planning and design, offsite build-out, and delivery and on-site integration.
When deploying FTTH networks, operators need to pay attention to network take rates to define the breakeven point between network construction and revenue generated by the total number of customers paying for service.
The paper takes a look at HFC networks and offers insights into transitioning business strategies and network capacity requirements over the next 10-20 years.