Feeder Fiber Infrastructure For The Small To Medium Business Data Services (2003)

By Donald Sorenson, Scientific-Atlanta, Inc.

This paper investigates the business development and engineering advantages of utilizing ring topologies in last mile fiber-to-the- business applications. The use of traditional star or bus-star oriented network topologies become less than optimal when the realities associated with business services market dynamics and geographic circumstances are considered. It will be shown how the use of rings in the access network can reduce business development risks, is highly synergistic with existing fiber feeder plant, simplifies engineering and operations tasks over the life of the plant and can improve the MSO’s service deployment velocity. All critical success factors for the MSO in the profitable deployment of fiber based business services.

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