New HFC Portfolio
With GigaXtend™ Nodes, Amps and Taps & Passives
Extending the Lifespan of the HFC Network
The agility and upgradeability of the HFC network provides MSOs with a cost-efficient and speedy path to 10G and multigigabit symmetrical services. ATX’s GigaXtend™ end-to-end outside plant portfolio, which includes nodes, amplifiers and taps and passives, offers MSOs a seamless upgrade path to optimized DOCSIS 3.1 and DOCSIS 4.0 architectures, empowering cable operators to extend previous investments largely through drop-in upgrades. The GigaXtend GS7 1.8GHz Node and GigaXtend GMC 1.8GHz and 1.2GHz HFC amplifiers enable MSOs to evolve Cisco©GS7000 Nodes and GainMaker amplifiers decades into the future. And GigaXtend hardline taps and passives are backward compatible, while also supporting 1.8GHz and higher.
Still the only authentic Cisco GainMaker-compatible amplifier on the market and now manufactured in the USA, ATX’s GigaXtend GMC amplifiers inject added intelligence into the network, enabling cable technicians to install and tune 1.8GHz amplifiers through a simple-to-use application that eliminates the need for pads and plug-ins.
As a market leader, ATX works closely with ecosystem partners and standard bodies to drive innovative HFC solutions to the next level and provide MSOs a seamless transition to multigigabit symmetrical services. Always innovating, ATX is dedicated to helping MSOs evolve their networks cost-efficiently and in lockstep with market demand. In 2020, the company introduced the 2050 Project, an HFC evolution initiative designed to help MSOs navigate the gradual and decades-long coax-to-fiber transitions of their HFC networks.
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Press Releases, Blogs & More
ATX Introduces the DOCSIS 4.0-Capable Successor to Cisco GS7000 Node PlatformLearn More
ATX Networks Revs up Amplifier Production at New USA-based Manufacturing PlantLearn More
Why ATX is so Bullish on 1.8GHz and the Next-Generation of the GS7000 Optical Node PlatformLearn More
Bringing Manufacturing back to the U.S.A.Learn More
MSOs to FTTH Providers: “Ain’t So Bad”Learn More
Top Things to Consider when Building (or Buying) a Smart AmpLearn More
ATX’s DAA and Outside Plant Portfolio
ATX offers MSOs an extensive portfolio of next-generation inside and outside plant equipment that includes Video Engines, Digital Optical Transport, HFC Amplifiers and Hardline Passives, and conforms to all MSO architectures and specifications, including DAA, DOCSIS® 3.1, DOCSIS 4.0 and Extended Spectrum.
In the News
"ATX plots upgrade path to DOCSIS 4.0"
ATX Networks has set its sights on cable’s DOCSIS 4.0 transition with a new 1.8GHz node platform that can be deployed as a standalone or as a swap-out kit.VIEW ONLINE ARTICLE
"ATX revamps Cisco nodes to make them DOCSIS 4.0 ready"
ATX Networks is helping more operators get ready for DOCSIS 4.0 rollouts, unveiling Wednesday its new GigaXtend node capable of supporting 1.8 GHz of spectrum.VIEW ONLINE ARTICLE
"Changing the HFC vs. Fiber Discussion Could Help Cable MSOs, Says ATX Chief"
“They certainly have to fight the stigma of ‘it’s cable and that means it’s old and it’s not as good,’” said Whalen of cable MSOs during a conversation with BTR.VIEW ONLINE ARTICLE