Market Research Report
Key Dilemma for Cable Operators: FTTH versus DOCSIS 4.0 - Where Lies the Future of Multi-Gbps Networks?
|Published by||IDATE DigiWorld||Product code||1002907|
|Published||Content info||42 Pages
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|Key Dilemma for Cable Operators: FTTH versus DOCSIS 4.0 - Where Lies the Future of Multi-Gbps Networks?|
|Published: April 26, 2021||Content info: 42 Pages||
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected entire sectors of our global economy. With working from home and social distancing becoming the new standard, the telecom sector appears to be a key accelerator in keeping our economies up and running.
While broadband connectivity is now seen as a evident 'facility' in these times of crisis, new perspectives have emerged for telecom operators. At this time, most cable operators have deployed DOCSIS 3.0 in their country of operations. However, two trends have emerged for them. The issue is if it is more profitable to upgrade existing networks towards DOCSIS 3.1 or if it is wiser to gradually migrate towards full-fibre networks, given the throughput limitations of cable.
This study examines in detail how cable and fibre markets are evolving, thus defining the main trends observed in key markets as the US and Europe.
The major part of the study examines the range of tools able to guide a decision-making process (where/when/how to make the move towards FTTH? DOCSIS?).
Finally, it discusses whether DOCSIS should be seen as a game changer when compared to FTTH.