Virtualizing the Home Network (2015)

By Michael Kloberdans, CableLabs

One of the areas of focus in the Cable industry has been a virtualized home network. This paper proposes a road map with an analysis and recommendations, which can assist service providers to develop their technology strategies to meet today’s and tomorrow’s changing needs. Specifically, this paper will address:

  • Encapsulation

  • Control Protocols

  • Multiple Home Routers

  • Virtual Function Technologies

  • Operational Concerns

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