Casa to Showcase CCAP, DOCSIS 3.1, DAA

Casa Systems will be showcasing its Converged Cable Access Platform (CCAP) design for multi-gigabit services at the NCTA's INTX show in ...

Casa tests remote PHY at CableLabs
Casa tests remote PHY at CableLabs

Casa tests remote PHY at CableLabsCasa tests remote PHY at CableLabsCasa Systems will be showcasing its Converged Cable Access Platform (CCAP) design for multi-gigabit services at the NCTA's INTX show in Boston. The company will demonstrate its integrated CCAP, DOCSIS 3.1 and Distributed Access Architecture (DAA) solutions. Also, Casa's Chief Wireless Strategist, Leigh Chinitz, will join speakers from Cablevision (NYSE:CVC), Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) and Mediacom on a next-gen wireless panel.

"The ultra broadband era is here, and operators require agile, robust solutions to meet growing speed and capacity demands. Casa has been ahead of the curve in meeting these demands at each generational shift - from CCAP to DOCSIS 3.1 and now distributed access through our innovative, smart platform design," said Jerry Guo, CEO at Casa Systems. "As a result, providers are able to be first to market with services that keep them ahead of the competition, cost-effectively serve rising demands and maximize network investments."

Booth demonstrations will include:

  • C100G CCAP: Casa will display its C100G CCAP platform, designed to deliver voice, video and data traffic over a single port. The C100G combines DOCSIS PHY and MAC, edge QAM video, routing and MPLS, and subscriber and traffic management and control in 13 RU.
  • DOCSIS 3.1: Casa will demonstrate upstream and downstream traffic throughput on its C100G. It's designed to support DOCSIS 3.1 gigabit services today with no hardware changeouts, and a path to multi-gigabit services in the future.
  • Distributed Access: Casa will highlight its Distributed Access Architecture, including the DA1000 Distributed Access Node, using its C100G. The solution is intended to increase network density and subscriber bandwidth with one new card in the CCAP core, providing a migration to distributed and ultimately virtualized access networks.
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