The 2050 Project Survey Results & Analysis – 2024 Edition


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Charting the HFC Network Evolution

Close to half (42%) of the cable professionals participating in the 2024 edition of ATX’s 2050 Project Survey say the recent introduction of technology that extends the downstream capacity of DOCSIS 3.1 architectures has prompted them to reevaluate their DOCSIS 4.0 adoption plans and timetables.

That’s just one of more than 30 findings from ATX’s fourth-annual HFC evolution survey. ATX summarized the report’s results, along with expert commentary from outside plant expert and ATX CTO Jay Lee, in a webinar originally airing on April 25th. The webinar covers a range of topics and strategies revealing MSOs’ most recent roadmaps for upgrading their networks, fending off competition and other issues impacting their ability to maintain broadband leadership.

Access the replay to gain insight into what nearly 150 of your peers are thinking when it comes to optimizing DOCSIS 3.1, the adoption of DOCSIS 4.0, upstream band splits, energy storage, the eventual migration of their networks to all fiber and more.

Watch the replay to:

  • Discover how cable operators’ attitudes and perceptions about the evolution of their HFC networks have changed over the past few years
  • Absorb expert analysis of what survey results might say about the current state of the HFC evolution and how it could potentially progress into the future
  • Gain insight into what your peers are contemplating about the lifespan of their HFC networks and how far they plan to take future frequency upgrades
  • Delve into issues related to the timing of DOCSIS 4.0 adoption, spectrum allocation, network intelligence and DAA rollouts

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Your Presenters

Jay Lee

Jay Lee

Chief Technology & Strategy Officer, ATX Networks

Joe McGarvey

Joe McGarvey

Sr. Director, Marketing, ATX Networks