The Impact Of Going Fiber Speeds Over Coax Feeds (2007)

By Alon Bernstein,Cisco Systems, Inc. and Joe Godas, Cablevision

Data rates over cable networks are constantly increasing due to higher bandwidth demands from consumers as well as competitive pressure. With DOCSIS 3.0 the cable plant can offer speeds that rival those offered by PON (Passive Optical Networks) technologies and meet consumer demands.

Building an end-to-end solution that will support these data rates is not only about adding faster network components and updating the user service agreements. This paper will explore the specific impact of supporting data rates in the order of 100 Mbps and above over the cable network.

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