Huawei is partnering with Denmark-based multi-service operator TDC Group (Tele Danmark Communications) to upgrade TDC´s coaxial network so that it can deliver broadband speeds of up to on gigabyte per second, the company said.
The upgrade will be launched this summer and is scheduled for completion by the end of 2017. This will make Denmark the first country to upgrade an entire cable network to “Giga COAX” offering super-speed connectivity over cable networks.
The D3.1-compliant architecture involves network-wide end points, optical nodes, amplifiers, passive splitters, and corresponding engineering services, to provide ground-breaking speeds and connectivity. 1 gbps equates to downloading an entire HD movie (14 GB) in less than 2 minutes
The Huawei distributed D3.1 D-CCAP solution can save a large number of analog components and optical fibers, facilitating network capacity expansion. Deployment of D-CCAP devices at optical nodes enables flexible and more reliable capacity expansion. In addition, D-CCAP and FTTH can be deployed on a unified platform.
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