Distributed Access Architecture (DAA) Devices for HFC Access

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E6000N | E6000n Remote PHY E6000N | E6000n Remote PHY
Remote PHY (R-PHY) Distributed Access modules for DOCSIS® and QAM video
E6000N | E6000n Remote PHY
  • Regional Availability: Asia | Australia/New Zealand | EMEA | Latin America | North America
  • Product Type: Remote PHY device (RPD)
E6000N | E6000n Remote PHY
  • Product Type: Remote PHY device (RPD)
  • Regional Availability: Asia | Australia/New Zealand | EMEA | Latin America | North America
E6000R-HD-R-PHY-SHELF | E6000r High Density Remote PHY Shelf E6000R-HD-R-PHY-SHELF | E6000r High Density Remote PHY Shelf
1RU Remote PHY Shelf with eight Remote PHY Devices (RPDs)
E6000R-HD-R-PHY-SHELF | E6000r High Density Remote PHY Shelf
  • Regional Availability: Asia | Australia/New Zealand | EMEA | Latin America | North America
  • Product Type: Remote PHY device (RPD)
  • Front Connection Types: SFP+
  • RF Connector Interface: ‘F’ type connector
E6000R-HD-R-PHY-SHELF | E6000r High Density Remote PHY Shelf
  • Product Type: Remote PHY device (RPD)
  • Front Connection Types: SFP+
  • RF Connector Interface: ‘F’ type connector
  • Regional Availability: Asia | Australia/New Zealand | EMEA | Latin America | North America
E6000R-R-PHY-SHELF | E6000r Remote PHY Shelf E6000R-R-PHY-SHELF | E6000r Remote PHY Shelf
2RU environmentally Hardened Remote PHY (R-PHY) Shelf holding up to three Remote PHY Devices (RPDs)
E6000R-R-PHY-SHELF | E6000r Remote PHY Shelf
  • Regional Availability: Asia | Australia/New Zealand | EMEA | Latin America | North America
  • Product Type: Remote PHY device (RPD)
  • Front Connection Types: Power | RF | SFP+
  • RF Connector Interface: ‘F’ type connector
  • Configuration, 1 Remote PHY Device: 1 Downstream service group | 2 Upstream service groups
  • Configuration, 2 Remote PHY Devices: 2 Downstream service groups | 4 Upstream service groups
  • Configuration, 3 Remote PHY Devices: 3 Downstream service groups | 6 Upstream service groups
E6000R-R-PHY-SHELF | E6000r Remote PHY Shelf
  • Product Type: Remote PHY device (RPD)
  • Front Connection Types: Power | RF | SFP+
  • RF Connector Interface: ‘F’ type connector
  • Configuration, 1 Remote PHY Device: 1 Downstream service group | 2 Upstream service groups
  • Configuration, 2 Remote PHY Devices: 2 Downstream service groups | 4 Upstream service groups
  • Configuration, 3 Remote PHY Devices: 3 Downstream service groups | 6 Upstream service groups
  • Regional Availability: Asia | Australia/New Zealand | EMEA | Latin America | North America
RD1322 | RD1322 Remote PHY Device RD1322 | RD1322 Remote PHY Device
Remote PHY (R-PHY) Distributed Access Architecture (DAA) module for DOCSIS, QAM video & RF Overlay
RD1322 | RD1322 Remote PHY Device
  • Regional Availability: Asia | Australia/New Zealand | EMEA | Latin America | North America
  • Product Type: Remote PHY device (RPD)
RD1322 | RD1322 Remote PHY Device
  • Product Type: Remote PHY device (RPD)
  • Regional Availability: Asia | Australia/New Zealand | EMEA | Latin America | North America
RD2322-RXD | RD2322 Remote PHY/MACPHY Device (RxD) RD2322-RXD | RD2322 Remote PHY/MACPHY Device (RxD)
Remote PHY/MACPHY Device for Distributed Access Architectures enabling high-speed data, voice over IP and video solutions over hybrid fiber coaxial (HFC) cable networks
RD2322-RXD | RD2322 Remote PHY/MACPHY Device (RxD)
  • Regional Availability: Asia | Australia/New Zealand | EMEA | Latin America | North America
  • Product Type: Remote PHY device (RPD)
RD2322-RXD | RD2322 Remote PHY/MACPHY Device (RxD)
  • Product Type: Remote PHY device (RPD)
  • Regional Availability: Asia | Australia/New Zealand | EMEA | Latin America | North America
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Analyst Report

The power of differentiation: Building broadband for 2021 and beyond

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Executive Brief

Successful deployment of remote PHY

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White Paper

A side-by-side comparison of centralized vs distributed access architectures

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Accelerate DAA Deployment with the RD2322 Remote PHY/MACPHY Device

  • White Paper: A Side-By Side Comparison of Centralized vs. Distributed Access Architectures

    This paper defines and compares two classes of access architectures that will emerge this decade to impact cable networking. To help an MSO make an informed decision, this paper includes a complete evaluation criteria and side-by-side comparison of six different types of access architecture.
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  • Executive Brief: Successful Deployment of Remote PHY

    Operators must embrace new technologies and architectures to meet the growing demand for bandwidth. While delivering higher data speeds, they must also find ways to generate operational cost savings. Many are adopting DOCSIS 3.1 and Distributed Access Architectures, however, Operators need to determine which combination of technologies and approaches will best meet subscriber demand over the next five to 10 years. One Danish Cable Operator discovered that Remote PHY can be a key ingredient in the transformation required to build a more efficient, scalable, cost-effective network. This executive brief explains the benefits that Remote PHY has to offer and the results that this approach has yielded for the Danish Operator.
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  • White Paper: A Side-By Side Comparison of Centralized vs. Distributed Access Architectures

    This paper defines and compares two classes of access architectures that will emerge this decade to impact cable networking. To help an MSO make an informed decision, this paper includes a complete evaluation criteria and side-by-side comparison of six different types of access architecture.
    Download
  • Executive Brief: Successful Deployment of Remote PHY

    Operators must embrace new technologies and architectures to meet the growing demand for bandwidth. While delivering higher data speeds, they must also find ways to generate operational cost savings. Many are adopting DOCSIS 3.1 and Distributed Access Architectures, however, Operators need to determine which combination of technologies and approaches will best meet subscriber demand over the next five to 10 years. One Danish Cable Operator discovered that Remote PHY can be a key ingredient in the transformation required to build a more efficient, scalable, cost-effective network. This executive brief explains the benefits that Remote PHY has to offer and the results that this approach has yielded for the Danish Operator.
    Download