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Cisco Launches Infinite Broadband for Cable Access Networks

May 30, 2017


Here’s one of the big questions facing cable operators today – can their existing HFC infrastructure, built on a proprietary analog network, meet their evolving Can

Once an integral component of the cable access architecture, the proprietary analog network is now the weakest link. It limits an operator’s ability to scale to consumer bandwidth demands, it’s expensive to own and operate, and the racks of equipment required to convert digital services for analog optical transmission – are costly to manage, power and cool. They also occupy some very valuable real estate in the hub site.

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