Next Generation Cmts Characteristics Including IP Multicast (2001)

By Doug Jones, YAS Broadband Ventures

The cable industry is currently faced with upgrading from DOCSIS v1.0 CMTS equipment to DOCSIS v1.1 and PacketCable CMTS equipment. This represents the beginning of a convergence of data and voice onto a single system, what this paper calls a second generation CMTS. This paper discusses an evolutionary path for the convergence of multimedia services onto the Next Generation CMTS.

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