Harmonic (NASDAQ: HLIT) announced that it will showcase its next-gen broadband technology innovations at this month's SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2022 (Sept. 19-22) in Philadelphia at the company's booth #5037.
Attendees of the show will learn how Harmonic's CableOS cloud-native core platform converges DOCSIS and fiber networks with core virtualization and versatile network edge devices, improving business agility, capacity expansion and sustainability for broadband operators.
Nimrod Ben-Natan, senior vice president and general manager for Harmonic's cable access business, commented:
"Today's operators are facing fierce competition. In the race to 10G, now is the time to transition away from obsolete access infrastructures and embrace virtualization and the cloud. At SCTE Cable-Tec Expo, we'll highlight the power of network convergence, virtualization and mature DAA solutions for 10G broadband service delivery. By adopting our cloud-native-driven solutions, operators can offer multigigabit services with minimal hardware investments and stay ahead of the competition."
At SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2022, Harmonic will demonstrate its virtualization and multi-access network technologies, including:
- Network convergence via Harmonic's CableOS platform, which is empowering operators to deliver next-gen broadband with cloud-native offerings that support DOCSIS 4.0, FMA, DAA, 10G XGS-PON and FTTH, and fixed wireless access. At SCTE Cable-Tec Expo, Harmonic will highlight the path to 10G with a demo showcasing a converged DOCSIS and fiber solution powered by the CableOS platform.
- Simplifying DAA upgrades via a new Remote PHY (R-PHY) device that rapidly increases upstream and downstream broadband capacity, with support for R-PHY, R-MACPHY, and DOCSIS 4.0 FDD and FDX.
- Transforming cloud streaming: Harmonic will showcase innovative applications for its video streaming and multicast services with JEA's E+ Premier, powered by the VOS 360 cloud SaaS platform, including dynamic ad insertion capabilities for the delivery of personalized ads.
Harmonic's CableOS platform powers over 8.5 million cable modems for a growing number of cable and fiber broadband operators worldwide. Harmonic also notes it is among market leaders in DAA and vCMTS technology segments, with more than 100,000 R-PHY devices deployed globally.