The New Broadband Edge: Setting The Stage For The “Converged Services Architecture” (2006)

By John Treece

Since the introduction of the first cable modem termination systems for MCNS support in the mid to late ‘90s, the access network has continued to challenge Moore’s Law: Rapidly advancing technologies, developed to meet the growing needs of cable operators worldwide. The industry now finds itself at the inception of a new and even more complex phase/era. It includes, arguably, the most dramatic and potentially rewarding transformation the cable access network has ever seen.

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