By Bruno Touret, Technical Marketing Manager, EMEAR, Cisco
Did you know? The place to be in May 20-22 is Cologne, one of the largest metropolitan cities in Europe, but also the place where ANGA COM takes place. Once more, Cisco will be exhibiting the best of its technologies.
Our newly designed stand will guide you through 3 main areas:
The Cable Access Area: where we will show our current deployments and next gen platforms.
Our modular CCAP solution with uBR10k/ RFGw10k is the only solution in the market that allows a true video and DOCSIS convergence. We will of course also highlight increased scalability of uBR10K with 6G-SPA.
Next, our first public demo of our NG Integrated CCAP platform with cBR8 where we will highlight broadband scaling capabilities showing live traffic.
In this area we will also have Remote PHY which is available today usinguBR10k - Remote PHY is a distributed DOCSIS architecture that’s a foundation for enabling DOCSIS 3.1 very high modulations, transition to digital fibre and to NFV
And of course our SDN solution – here we will show a few SDN apps running on CMTS to demonstrate how it helps operators to offer faster services.
The Connected Homearea will bring many technologies together and will give a real vision on how the home of the future can be managed. Here again we will have a share of existing deployments and more visionary stories including specific examples of the Internet of Everything applications. As part of the later, our Connected Life demo will bring together applications and services that can unlock new revenue streams for SPs. How? Simple - with new and dynamic lifestyle experiences that enrich subscribers’ lives. We will have specific examples around security services for the home, managing energy equipment and remove ehealth application.
UHD is another hot topic this year - at Cisco we will show how we can help operators to deliver an immersive and real-life video experience to their customers thanks to our latest Unified Gateway solution serving Ultra-HD content to multiple home devices including next generation IP STB.
Other technologies will be present - without going into details, we will have our latest RDK deployments running advanced UX like Snowflake 14; sophisticated Gateways delivering 4k content and DOCSIS Gateways enabling very high bandwidth; WIFI optimization for video and data; Nano set-top boxes – and some very clever Home management Application allowing the operator to run the home from a distance.
Last but not least, our third area will be dedicated to Videoscape
Our Videoscape solutions will be mainly focused on cloud activities showing how open, modular and agile solutions can really change your business.
Videoscape Cloud Software will demonstrate that services can be run on any public cloud, but also on private infrastructure, including OpenStack – whilst with Videoscape Cloud Services, you can purchase services as you grow. Some live OTT services from Videoscape infrastructures will be showcased, including the latest deployments of our User Interface Snowflake. For an even more agile and cost effective solution, our Videoscape Express solution be present.
This will hopefully give you a taste of what’s to come! So come to see us, at ANGA COM which is starting on 20thMay. You will find us in Hall 10.2 on booth J13.
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