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SlideshowArris CTO: What's Next for DOCSIS?

Tom Cloonan says Arris is studying new technologies and engineering techniques that will extend the life of DOCSIS and HFC networks, enabling cable operators to stay ahead of the capacity curve.
Tom Cloonan says Arris is studying new technologies and engineering techniques that will extend the life of DOCSIS and HFC networks, enabling cable operators to stay ahead of the capacity curve.

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10/27/2018 | 3:15:55 PM
10G to Home
Great article, the next disruption to deleivering broadband will be 10G to the home. This becomes feasable with the advent of DAA. Networks planners are already architectecting RPDs to have 10G interfaces and this can be increased to higher data rates. There are also other technologies as well as FDX DOCSIS which can get us there, but there is no doubt that 1G is becoming the de facto standard for broadband and operators are looking at providing higher speeds.
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