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Going Fiber Deep: Don’t Ignore Your Metro Core

Hybrid Fiber Coax, known as “HFC”, is the well-established cable access network architecture.  As the name suggests, HFC consists of two separate media connecting a cable head-end to the subscriber.  While the coax portion that connects to the subscriber gets most of the attention, the heavy lifting is actually done by the fiber portion of the network that provides the massive capacity necessary to deliver the content from and between cable head ends, data centers, Internet PoPs and video server farms. Today, cable MSOs are migrating to a “fiber deep” approach that pushes fiber all the way to the local access node.  They’re doing this to support the next-generation distributed access architecture (DAA) in which the PHY function is distributed from its traditional location in the head-end out to the local access point, a process known as Remote PHY, or RPHY.  With RPHY
Last weekend, Christine Lesellier, part of Ekinops’ Sales administration team, made the 12-hour flight to Japan to participate in the IPF World Bench Press championships. Taking place on Saturday 18 th May in Tokyo, the event combined equipped bench
A growing number of Service Level Agreements (SLA) between customers and Communication Service Providers (CSPs) are being expressed in terms of percentiles. This practice gives CSPs the opportunity to both refine the SLA collaboratively with their cu
Four days. 44 riders. 435 Km, $230k: How Ride 4 Ceylon is supporting Sri Lanka’s post-war recovery Last month, I was proud to be one of 44 cyclists that participated in Ride 4 Ceylon (R4C), a challenging 435Km charity ride from Colombo to Jaffna in S
Interesting similarities can be observed between SD-WAN and NFV. NFV aimed at ending the reign of monolithic solutions, with software and hardware decoupling, but also with the use of open APIs that facilitate the ability to pick, choose and replace
Guillaume Crenn, EKINOPS Product line & Marketing Director, recounts a recent technical breakthrough enabling legacy optical equipment to function in tomorrow’s virtualized networks. Interoperability remains one of the biggest challenges facing o
I know this question reads like comparing apples with oranges. In fact, I want to compare a uCPE managed with NETCONF versus a uCPE managed as an OpenStack compute node. First, it’s worth looking at why people think using OpenStack is a good idea. Op
It’s striking the number of service providers that have recently started promoting SD-WAN offers, especially given that there is little evidence amongst them of its commercial success. Popularity and perceived demand are high in the telecoms world, b

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