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albreznick
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albreznick,
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9/26/2013 | 6:06:36 PM
Re: Distributed PHY and Network Virtualization
Defunitely want to hear more about Distributed Architecture. Sounds like a hot topic for the future.

 
albreznick
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9/3/2013 | 3:05:32 PM
Re: Distributed PHY and Network Virtualization
thanks, Mari. Great job explaining all this. Can you elaborate on thoe options a bit more?
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9/3/2013 | 1:59:46 PM
Re: Distributed PHY and Network Virtualization
Agreed. And I've over-simplified the technical discussion here, but there are a lot of options with a distributed architecture for MSOs. 
Loring Wirbel
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9/3/2013 | 1:02:59 PM
Distributed PHY and Network Virtualization
Seems like pushing RF closer to the customer allows a lot more flexibility for both aggregating and discriminating particular IP streams, allowing finer-grained virtualization and lower-cost ability of the end customer to create customized bundling.  Of course, that will require enabling software, but the potential for making distributed PHY and advantage to both MSO and customer seems pretty evident.

 


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