Discover whether an upgrade to DOCSIS 3.1 is the best way to achieve fiber-like speeds on your network, or whether you should shift to an all-fiber future.
The consumer demand for greater service efficiency and improved flexibility continues to gain traction, and cable service providers are turning to DOCSIS 3.1 to help stay competitive. Discover how DOCSIS 3.1 can help you reduce latency and improve network reliability.
Reducing OPEX while systematically ensuring consistent quality of experience for subscribers is no easy feat. For operators looking for ways to improve DOCSIS firmware management, the challenge is to reduce downtime while ensuring subscribers receive necessary firmware updates that may be required for new services, devices, or just as part of regular upgrades.
In mid-to-large-sized organizations, deploying firmware updates to a wide network of end-user DOCSIS gateways is a long process that is prone to numerous service disruption errors. As a result of the work required and the risk of disruption to end-user services, many operators will simply put off updating firmware until it is critically necessary.
DOCSIS 3.1 promises 10x capacity throughput and a range of technical benefits for cable providers and users alike. Examine the advantages, the hurdles to implementation, and what you need to consider to prepare your network for a DOCSIS upgrade in this complimentary white paper.
Service introduction velocity for operators has been an ongoing subject for many years. The ability to introduce any new service is the ability to define new products and generate new revenues. Some of the most significant developments in service orchestration, Software Defined Networks (SDN) and their relationships with Network Function Virtualization (NFV), are beginning to […]
Firmware management can be a hectic and highly stressful event — from people at home experiencing service interruptions, to network administrators and engineers working long hours to ensure that updates are rolled out according to plan.
Worldwide, concerns over Internet-based crimes are growing. To combat illegal activities, service providers are required to comply with regional lawful interception regulations. Central Lease Service is a Broadband Command Center extension that makes it easy to simplify lawful interception requests by making it easy to map an IP address back to a specific subscriber.
Looking for a way to reduce operational costs and streamline the firmware update process? Gain an organized database of your entire CPE network and schedule automated end-to-end firmware management processes while retaining full visibility over device statuses — even while updates occur.
Access all your active and historical lease audits in one central repository with Central Lease Service. Part of the Broadband Command Center suite, Central Lease Service enables faster lease lookups and simplifies law enforcement compliance without increasing the load on the DHCP service.