World’s First Video Over DOCSIS 3.0 Deployment Uses Cisco Technology

The Cable Show 2010- The Future of IP Video and DOCSIS- John Chapman, Part One Cisco EuroDOCSIS 3.0 solution and other products have been deployed to extend IPTV services over a cable infrastructure. The Future of IP Video ...

Jul 11th, 2010

The Cable Show 2010- The Future of IP Video and DOCSIS- John Chapman, Part One



Cisco EuroDOCSIS 3.0 solution and other products have been deployed to extend IPTV services over a cable infrastructure.





The Future of IP Video and DOCSIS


If you’re thinking about how multichannel video shifts to IP transport from MPEG transport, you’re probably already well-versed in the language of DOCSIS 3.0 and its channel bonding features.





Bonding multiple 6 MHz channels together is the foundation for a multicast, IP version of today’s linear broadcast offerings. In doing so, cable operators dramatically expand their shelf space for multi-screen, multi-format video offerings.





Likewise, by converging video services into one, IP-based pipe, cable operators save in operational and capital expense. And, over time, as more MPEG-based video streams shift into the IP domain, their bandwidth can be recovered and applied to other applications.





Visit www.cisco.com/go/vdoc to learn how Cisco’s new video over DOCSIS 3.0 solution and new DOCSIS 3.0 line cards can help you deliver a realm of consumer video experiences by significantly increasing upstream and downstream speeds.
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