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Pushing fiber closer to subscribers to optimize scalability, reduce costs, and deliver better performance and reliability for the next generation of services.
Improved Quality of Experience (QoE). Differentiated video. Enhanced services like security, mobility, and Internet services. Commercial business-services expansion. These are just a few ways cable operators are combatting cord-cutting and increased competition. Coaxial technology plays a pivotal role in this story—it’s a key advantage cable operators have over the competition.
And now, cable operators can increase longevity by using a Fiber Deep architecture to drive Ethernet and data center technologies closer to subscribers, get more capacity out of fiber, lower overall power consumption, and scale to increasing bandwidth demands at the network edge, access, and core.
Only a network that’s set up to get smarter and more agile every day will enable operators to adapt to the ever-changing needs of end-users.
Driving coherent packet technologies closer to subscribers simplifies operations, lowers energy-consumption costs, dramatically increases scale, and results in a better customer experience.
Coherent optics and packet networking technologies enable transformation of the headend into a data center, optimizing space and power and removing cost and inefficiency.
In the coming years, cable infrastructure will need to support the network densification of small cells for 4G and 5G NR mobile technology. Cable operators are modernizing their networks to excel at these challenges. As described during Cable Congress 2017, the industry is building ‘the infrastructure of our age’ and as pointed out in Cable Congress 2018 ‘cable operators need to scale’ to deliver enriched services and meet the steadily increasing capacity demands in the forthcoming gigabit society.
It's no secret that cable operators can't get enough of fiber these days. Light Reading and Heavy Reading have teamed up with SCTE/ISBE and three major industry vendors to survey cable operators about their fiber buildout strategies. In this report,
CED editor Bevin Fletcher caught up with Wayne Hickey at SCTE CableTec and chatted about TDM modernization, new services and how Ciena helps to simplify running and managing network deployment and operations.
Cable operators have an aging, fragmented infrastructure that is growing increasingly expensive to maintain and support. At the same time they need to adapt their network to manage increasing demand for capacity and changing consumption models. This
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