Cable operators now face an unprecedented number of network migration technology choices. Making the right ones will better position you to meet virtually any consumer or commercial service requirement in the foreseeable future. Going down the wrong path, on the other hand, could mean significantly blunting your competitive edge for years to come. Download this document to discover how new developments in optics, DAA and other emerging technologies will determine the long-term evolutionary possibilities of HFC, enabling MSOs to evolve their networks to satisfy immediate requirements without limiting their ability to seize new opportunities in the future.
You will learn:
How implementing an agile, futureproof infrastructure can maximize efficiency in MSOs’ pursuit of market advantage
Why only a fully converged digital optical access architecture has the flexibility and cost efficiencies to effectively serve both residential and a growing population of commercial services, including public wireless access points
Which near- and long-term consumption trends threaten to put additional pressure on MSOs to accelerate the rate at which they expand the capacity of their access networks
Details about emerging technologies like coherent optics and how they are being adapted to dramatically increase the data-carrying capacity of fiber access networks
How ATX’s digital optics gateways are designed to keep operators on course to exploit the full potential of cable infrastructure for years to come