White Paper: The Evolution of Next-gen Optical Networks
White Paper: The Evolution of Next-gen Optical Networks
Meet emerging capacity requirements and improve operational efficiency with terabit super-channels and flexible grid ROADM
Application Note: DAA Aggregation and Transport
Application Note: DAA Aggregation and Transport
Tackle key DAA operational challenges with Infinera’s innovative DAA Aggregation and Transport solution
E-book: Packet-Optical The Infinera Way
E-book: Packet-Optical The Infinera Way
Learn more about the benefits and applications of packet-optical integration

Cloud Scale Transport for Cable MSOs

Multiple-systems operators (MSOs) face capacity and scalability challenges, not only with their coaxial cable plant, but also in their metro access, core and long-haul networks as more services and virtual TV functions are hosted in the cloud, along with high-definition and 4K content. Many are turning to distributed access architectures (DAA), typically Remote PHY or Remote MAC/PHY, to address these demands. Scaling the network’s capacity effectively to meet unrelenting bandwidth pressure is a continual challenge, but even more pressing is coping with the operational challenges of the mass deployment of fiber-deep access networks that DAA brings.

Infinera delivers unique cloud scale transport solutions for MSOs embracing any and all aspects of packet-optical DAA aggregation and transport, enabling them to roll out simple, scalable and highly versatile networks. With Infinera’s solutions, you can:

Get ready to support fiber and content closer to the subscriber with an open and flexible network with virtually infinite capacity. With FlexILS, the industry’s most open line system, support alien wavelengths or capacity from the DTN-X Family of Open ICE-based terabit transport.

Connect to revenue with the XTM Series of packet-optical transport systems, offering superior performance and low total cost of ownership and supporting DAA and legacy E1/T1 to 100 Gigabit Ethernet for enterprise or wholesale radio access network transport for mobile service providers.