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The migration path to tomorrow’s bandwidth
At current growth rates, internet services (including data-intensive gaming, virtual reality and OTT HD video) combined with today’s digital TV services will consume the entire capacity of today’s HFC networks in just a few years. Networks must start evolving now to survive.
CommScope offers migration paths that allow operators to get the most out of their existing HFC infrastructure. With CommScope’s fiber densification solutions, operators can roll out advanced network options targeting higher capacity, lower latency, enhanced security and reduced operational costs—at a pace that doesn’t strain workforce or budget.
Challenges and opportunities
Defining 10G broadband
Applications will soon need vastly higher symmetrical internet speeds, ultra-low latency, and uncompromised reliability, safety and security. The 10G broadband platform is being developed to deliver speeds 10 times faster than today’s—and 100 times faster than what most consumers currently experience. It’s important to point out that “10G” refers to a speed of 10 gigabytes per second (Gbps)—and isn’t related to “5G,” which indicates the fifth generation of mobile broadband.
CommScope is here to help you on the path to 10G broadband. Find out how our solutions can help make your network future-ready—regardless of topology or technology.
10G in your network
How can 10G broadband prepare your network for the next generation of applications, regardless of topology or technology? Existing technologies are leveraged to deliver speeds 10 times faster than today’s. This affects different parts of the network in different ways. More fiber is required on the access side and in the passive optical network. 10G makes it possible to add functionalities such as managed voice, video, data and IoT services. Remote PHY can extend the benefits of DAA to both traditional segmented and fiber-deep architectures.
CommScope has a full range of proven FTTx solutions and has also introduced virtualization innovations that dramatically improve network scale, speed and latency. We’re happy to discuss the best possible approach for any specific network.
Industry discussions on 10G broadband
Industry experts say the 10G platform will provide vital support to applications that require a fast, reliable combination of fixed and mobile networks. 10G offers increased capacity and security, seamless connectivity, high reliability and low latency, and will be instrumental to the future of the innovation economy. However, 10G broadband won’t be introduced at once, but will gradually be built on existing infrastructure. This has consequences for different parts of the network.
CommScope provides everything you need to make your network a success. Partner with the industry experts in connectivity, trusted by service providers worldwide to shape their future networks.
With more than 10,000 patents across the world in more than a dozen industry categories, CommScope designs and creates solutions that help your network work at its best.
At CommScope, we not only build solutions to deliver peak performance; we also certify them. So, you can be sure your network receives exactly what you expected.
Featured products for 10G broadband
- XE4202 remote OLT
- E6000 10G EPON fiber module (EPFM)
- E6000 Converged Edge Router
- E6000n remote PHY
XE4202 remote OLT
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.
Understanding the 10G platform
The 10G platform is the broadband technology platform of the future that will deliver residential internet speeds of 10 gigabits per second.
Planning today for next-gen DOCSIS
Although the traditional integrated CCAP architecture is still viable for many MSOs, as bandwidth demands grow, the head-end rack space, cooling, power, and network efficiency requirements will increase proportionately.
What is 10G?
10G is a combination of technologies that will deliver internet speeds 10 times faster than today’s networks and 100 times faster than what most consumers currently experience.