To achieve 10G connectivity everywhere, cable MSOs require a collection of technologies including Distributed Access Architecture (DAA) and a Converged Interconnect Network (CIN), while extending fiber deeper in their access networks.
Ciena’s Adaptive Network™ framework enables cable MSOs to execute their DAA strategies and CIN deployments—and meet the constantly changing demands of customers while expanding their addressable market supporting new areas like 5G and enterprise services.
Future-proofing the network with Ciena SAOS (Service Aware Operation System) telemetry, automation, and slicing capabilities
Maximizing capacity and fiber utilization in the access and metro networks
Providing multi-layer visualization and lifecycle management of multiple services and operational efficiencies
Ciena’s Adaptive IP™ approach provides optimization and simplification of the CIN and metro networks as MSOs rollout their DAA and digital transformation strategies. It decreases operating expenses with data-driven automation and streamlined IP network technologies. Adaptive IP is an automated, open, and lean network architecture leveraging Ciena's Routing and Switching Platforms; Manage, Control and Plan (MCP) domain controller; and Adaptive IP Apps, delivering standard-based IP differently.
Ciena’s Fiber Deep Solution for the Converged Interconnect Network enables architectural and service convergence over a common CIN infrastructure.
Cable MSOs are looking to packet-based infrastructures that will deliver optimum performance and make it possible to introduce new services efficiently and quickly.
At Cable Next-Gen Technologies and Strategies, Fernando Villarruel, from Ciena talks about Converged Interconnect Network, DAA and the path to a more adaptive network....
Ciena’s Chief Architect for the MSO Practice, Fernando Villarruel spent last week at the 19th annual – and last – CableLabs Summer Conference. He took some time to reflect on the key takeaways from the event, and what this means for cable MSOs moving
In this Q&A, Fernando Villarruel, Chief Architect of Ciena’s MSO Practice, highlights the strategic importance of coherent optics to cable MSOs and explains how the technology is used in next-generation network initiatives such as Fiber-to-the-Home
The term, Converged Interconnect Network (CIN), has been around for a few years now – but it is only now with its importance in enabling MSOs to deploy Distributed Access Architectures that it is getting more attention. Still not sure what it is? Well
Fiber deep is the trend in which MSOs push fiber ever closer to customers to provide them with better service.
Want to hear directly from cable executives about what is driving their network automation strategies? Broadband Success Partners did just that, find out what they learned and the implications for network automation in the cable industry.
CableLabs recently released a specification for coherent optics that is a significant development to support Distributed Access Architectures (DAA) and MSO access networks, we sit down with Ciena’s Eric Maniloff and Chris Gosnell to learn more.
Did the ‘bomb cyclone’ winter blizzard last week in Denver keep you from attending the annual Light Reading Cable Next-Gen (CNG) conference? If so – you are not alone. Ciena’s Darren McKinney was at #CNG2019 – and can sum it up with: 10G, DAA, CIN,
Did you miss SCTE Cable-Tec Expo? Were you running from meeting to meeting and missing sessions? Ciena’s Darren McKinney has you covered – he explains how Distributed Access Architecture (DAA) dominated the show, but also what topics you need to be