10G in your network

How will 10G and convergence affect different parts of the network? 10G leverages existing technologies to develop networks capable of delivering symmetrical speeds 10 times faster than today’s. To make this possible, wireless and wired network convergence is taking place in unprecedented ways. This, in turn, presents major consequences for design and operation. Different parts of the network are affected in different ways.

Access networks

HFC networks will need more fiber, deeper in the network, to meet demand for symmetrical speed and support growth over the next 10 years. Based on decades of experience, ARRIS, part of CommScope, can advise on creating future-ready networks.

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Virtualization

10G broadband will enable unprecedented services and consumer experiences. Three entirely new network technologies from CommScope form a powerful statement: that we’re continuing to build the future of human connection. Find out more about the new DAA Aggregator, Extended Soft FDD and DOCSIS® timing protocol.

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PON

In the passive optical network, 10G broadband makes it possible to add various functionalities. Integrate 10 Gbps symmetrical EPON and DWDM, for example, or deliver managed voice, video, data and IoT services.

10G EPON fiber module (EPFM) >

GPON gateways >

Remote PHY

CommScope’s 10G roadmap comprises a growing portfolio of traditional and distributed access architecture (DAA) OSP solutions. A new remote PHY solution extends the benefits of DAA to both traditional segmented and fiber-deep architectures.

New remote PHY device >

FTTx

CommScope helps existing networks become the foundation for tomorrow’s success and prepare for the bandwidth and latency demands of 10G.

More about wireline networks >

Would you like to find out more? Want to discuss your specific situation and requirements? We look forward to making your trajectory along the path to 10G smooth and flexible —regardless of your current architecture.

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