CommScope High Density Remote PHY Shelf Selected by Comcast for Distributed Access Architecture Transformation
CommScope E6000r HD R-PHY Shelf to support scaled virtualization of headend operations
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CommScope E6000r High-Density Remote PHY Shelf (Photo: Business Wire)
“Comcast’s Remote PHY Shelf deployment marks an important step in the evolution of our nation’s HFC networks,” said
“As we continue to evolve our DAA model and further virtualize our network, it’s important to have trusted partners and solutions to ensure that the process is reliable and seamless,” said
The E6000r HD R-PHY Shelf supports eight RPDs, each with one downstream and two upstream ports, in a single rack unit (RU) form factor. When paired with a virtual CMTS Core, the high-density design of the HD Shelf allows dramatic space and power savings in cable operator hub sites. This densification enables for continued node segmentation without requiring expensive hub site facility investment.
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