“Major cable operators around the world are beginning a significant upgrade of their outside plant to increase spectrum and deliver multi-gigabit broadband services to their subscribers. From nodes and amplifiers to taps and passives, cable operators are getting underway with strategic upgrades that will deliver DOCSIS 4.0 speeds, services, and reliability,” said Jeff Heynen, Vice President at Dell’Oro Group.
The report will address key topics, including:
How quickly will cable operators begin to swap out their outside plant elements and what will the annual replacement rate be over the course of the next five years?
What percentage of outside plant elements, including nodes and amplifiers, will be used to expand to 1.2 GHz and 1.8 GHz spectrum bands?
What will be the price points for trunk amplifiers and line extenders and other outside plant elements with integrated echo cancellation components to support full duplex DOCSIS 4.0? What will be their availability and how quickly will they be deployed?
What will be the price points for trunk amplifiers and line extenders and other outside plant elements used in 1.8 GHz extended spectrum DOCSIS deployments? What will be their availability and how quickly will they be deployed?
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