CISCO rolls out 10gbps broadband platform, CBR-8

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Cisco has launched the cBR-8, an evolved Converged Cable Access Platform (CCAP) built to support the tsunami of online video and data services coming down the pike with 10Gbps throughput. Broadband operators can use it to implement full DOCSIS 3.1 capabilities, and it scales from today’s 1Gbps speeds to 10Gbps by eliminating the need for multiple system rewiring. “Comcast Xfinity continues to deliver the fastest Internet speeds available to give consumers an industry-leading experience at home,” said Kevin McElearney, senior vice president, Comcast Cable. “Platforms like Cisco’s cBR8 will provide next-generation speed and capacity, enabling converged cable access architecture for multi-Gigabit services.”

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