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M-CMTS & DOCSIS 3.0 Standards at High Speed
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Sadhana Pal, Gyan Prakash, Aradhana Jyotsana, Vivek Birla
DOCSIS 3.0, M-CMTS, Speed, Bandwidth
There are many challenges to cable operators. The main challenge that operators face to provide a Connected Life experience is lack of available bandwidth. Operators need to deliver more downstream and upstream band width to provide a fat pipe to and from the home. DOCSIS 3.0 is one of the best solutions to deliver higher band width. DOCSIS 3.0 addresses the bandwidth crunch in both the upstream and downstream directions. Another challenge is to deliver Higher Bandwidth at a Reduced Cost per Bit. While the need for bandwidth is enormous, operators have to be able to deliver next generation, high-bandwidth services at a reduced cost in order to stay competitive in the marketplace. The modular M-CMTS and I-CMTS solutions provide the building blocks to enable operators to offer highly competitive, high-bandwidth services at a reduced cost per bit. By using M-CMTS and deploying U-EQAM modulators, operators now can easily migrate to a high-bandwidth service to the home and enjoy greatly reduced capital expenditures (CapEx).
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