Delivering Economical IP-video Over DOCSIS By Bypassing The M-CMTS With DIBA (2007)

By Michael Patrick, Motorola Connected Home Solutions

DOCSIS IPTV Bypass Architecture (DIBA) DIBA refers to any of a number of techniques whereby downstream IPTV traffic is directly tunneled from an IPTV source to a downstream Edge QAM, “bypassing” a DOCSIS M-CMTS core. It will allow operators to deliver economic IP video traffic over DOCSIS infrastructure.

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