Architecting the Networked Future: Part 1
Session 07

Date: Monday May 16, 2016    Time: 2:00pm-3:15pm
Location: Room 157

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Session Description

Familiar broadband network architectures are morphing into new and highly promising alternatives as technologies including DOCSIS 3.1 and network virtualization create new boundaries for possibility and performance. This two-part session set invites you to hear from leading thinkers who are planting the seeds for a new era of network vitality and capability as they present peer-selected research around the evolution in networking and the technologies that will support it.

Learn about:

  • converged, distributed and virtualized access networks
  • migration options for fiber-to-the-home architectures
  • an approach for achieving a 5-12x increase in upstream throughput
  • practical steps for seamless migration to DOCSIS 3.1
  • OFDM implementation on the HFC plant
  • positioning the HFC network for the gigabit era
  • capacity of analog optics in DOCSIS 3.1 network