Ensuring HFC Network Resiliency During Extended Utility Outages (2021)

By Toby Peck & Jay Frankhouser, EnerSys

High-speed Internet is ingrained in our culture. From email and social media to videos and entertainment, the online experience is part of everyday society. One primary enabler of high-speed Internet is the cable broadband network, a collection of Hybrid Fiber Coax (HFC) networks connecting residential and business users to the Internet. In the US alone, the cable broadband industry has over 78 million highspeed Internet connections.

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