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Cablevision is all set to launch a 50 megabits/second service to its customers in Oyster Bay, New York. The company is using Narad Networks’ Narad Broadband Access Network technology which can deliver upto 100 megabit/s speeds on HFC networks. I have written about Narad in the […]

Cablevision is all set to launch a 50 megabits/second service to its customers in Oyster Bay, New York. The company is using Narad Networks’ Narad Broadband Access Network technology which can deliver upto 100 megabit/s speeds on HFC networks. I have written about Narad in the past, and was consistently impressed by their direction. The technology leverages the spectrum above 860 MHz to create new, QoS-managed bandwidth. The use of a switching fabric assures data security and network monitoring needed for enterprise telecom services. The Narad architecture evolution will allow 1 Gbps or 10 Gbps symmetric Ethernet to be carried, in the last mile, over any combination of fiber, coax, and wireless transmission media.

  1. 50 Mbps Over Hybrid Fibex Coax Network

    Cablevision, one of the large US cable companies, and Narad Networks have announced the first deployment of Narad’s equipment in Cablevision’s hybrid fiber coax HFC network. This installation gives Cablevision the capability of providing 100 Mbps tra…

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  3. woot

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  4. [...] rovider Essent but triple digit megabit speeds are not there yet.In the US, Narad Networks has technology that can hit 100 megabits per second as well [...]

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  5. Damn I wish i was a CableVision Customer not a Time Warner Cable those Greedy bastard just like to Hug thier Bandwith and Push up the prices those Fvucker. oh well atless I will be getting FiOS here in NYC on TWC territoire.

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