Long Live the Hybrid Fiber Coax Network
The future of Hybrid Fibre Coax (HFC) is very significant for Australia’s National Broadband Network (NBN). In this presentation, we will try to define a possible future for the HFC.
The COVID disaster has faster the trends of network users working from home (or anywhere), of growth in peer-to-peer video services. This is the overview of 5G wireless, which enhances additional competitive proficiencies to encounter the requirements of end-users. While wireless broadband will become universal with 5G, the fixed-line access networks. These newest technological advances in DOCSIS 4.0 currently provide us with the opportunity to rethink how we look at HFC network design. We recognize that cable has not only a long life left but a long useful life ahead of it.
The HFC network brings video and high-speed internet into millions of homes and businesses. The increasing demand for fiber optic and coaxial cables to deliver video, voice telephony, telephony, and other interactive services is a vital factor driving the hybrid fiber-coaxial market. The growing cost efficiency of HFC cables is a key issue accelerating the marketplace growth.
Nobody, of course, can predict with accuracy what the world will look like 30 years from now. But that should not stop you from doing everything you can now for the next 30 years.