CommScope brings unprecedented choice and control to broadband network creators

Continuing its leadership in next-generation network technologies, CommScope has announced three new breakthroughs that dramatically improve network scale, speed and latency, the company said.

The advances — in architecture design, interface speed, and edge performance — create unprecedented choice and control for broadband network operators. All will become elements of the company´s Distributed Access Architecture (DAA) and 10G portfolios. CommScope will discuss and demonstrate the new technologies at the SCTE•ISBE Cable-Tec Expo beginning September 30th in New Orleans.

The company separately announced significant progress with European and US service providers delivering the earliest benefits of 10G innovations and at varying stages of network transformations.

CommScope will also use the Expo to mark the 10th anniversary of its first virtualized, cloud-based solution for cable providers. The company offered its first managed service in 2006, and its first conventional cloud service in 2009.

CommScope has been at the edge of technology development in media and broadband networks for more than 20 years. It disclosed its foundational work in 10G earlier this year, and announced a breakthrough, 8.5 Gbps network trial with Virgin Media in Europe shortly thereafter.

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