Monthly Archives April 2016

The volume of security attacks and vulnerabilities plaguing networks only continue to grow. Organizations are rapidly continuing to add even more security layers and resources only to recognize that attacks are continuing to occur at a tremendous rate. Why? Cybercriminals and hacktivists continue to become even more organized and sophisticated, shifting their tactics to evade […]

Mobile Service Providers are significantly challenged with demonstrating more value quickly at a reasonable price in an environment that is hyper competitive.  In addition, the crushing weight of data to gain the visibility needed is growing at an exponential rate.  One of the technology drivers to make the network much more flexible to help service […]

Orthogonal frequency domain multiplexing (OFDM) and the profiles it creates can boost the speed and throughput of DOCSIS 3.1 to levels that rival fiber. But what building blocks make up OFDM and why are they important? One of the interesting aspects of DOCSIS 3.1 is its backwards compatibility with DOCSIS 3.0. The good news is […]

Cable providers have spent years trying to solve a dilemma: “Do we spend money to completely upgrade the plant or do we make due with incremental improvements to our existing plant?” Fiber is able to transport more data at higher speeds than cable, but completely replacing a cable network with fiber is cost prohibitive. Until […]

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