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As high-bandwidth requirements continue to rise over the last few years, multiple system operators (MSOs) transform their hybrid fiber/coax (HFC) networks. Available architectures, such as DOCSIS 3.1 and Remote PHY, rely on fiber-based bandwidth deep into the cable television (CATV) network, which is why countless operators aim to create Node+0 architectures via “fiber deep” initiatives.  […]

There has been no doubt that fiber networks ensure the viability of smart-device applications, video streaming, and business requirements. However, with a demand increase, it only makes sense for service providers to continue striving for improvements in broadband access networks, which will require several tests on different network parameters, namely insertion loss, distance, and optical […]

Telecommunication networks play an integral part in facilitating the operations of a wider global market. As such, they are expected to handle large loads of bandwidth at a rapid pace, while maintaining data integrity. Ensuring that the software provided by telecoms companies works flawlessly is of paramount importance. One way to do so is by […]

Turbulent – the word most people use to describe the last 12 months. The nicely protected corporate networks have been turned inside-out by the effects of the global pandemic. Unplanned, universal remote working has put every employee outside of the trusted network perimeter, including the IT team, creating a host of new challenges – and […]

Traffic visibility in AWS Cloud

VIAVI Observer support for Amazon VPC Traffic Mirroring ensures customers never have to compromise on service level visibility or cybersecurity awareness when migrating services to the cloud In my 20 years of network management experience, I’ve watched businesses and organizations transition more and more of their services to the cloud. That migration, already accelerating in […]

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