Home Networking: Extending Cable’s Reach (2001)

By Samuel H. Russ, Subscriber Networks, Scientific-Atlanta

Home networking offers the promise of distributing high-speed Internet access and entertainment media throughout the home. By pushing the Internet experience out to where non-technical users are, and by making the inhome cable system the anchor of a pervasive communications and entertainment experience, it can increase penetration and reduce churn.

Scientific-Atlanta has experimented with three different wireless standards and a variety of devices in order to understand how home networking can become a reality. Our experiments have highlighted several short-term obstacles that must be overcome as home networking becomes a routine and lucrative addition to an MSO’s product offering.

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