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This report provides an overview of the extent to which operators have implemented downstream and upstream channel bonding with DOCSIS3.0. It also assesses the number of channels that operators are likely to bond in the future.

The report provides coverage of the following:

- The benefits of DOCSIS3.0 channel bonding. The benefits include an increase in the maximum download and upload speeds as well as capacity improvements.
- The availability of equipment for moving beyond four-channel downstream bonding. This report examines the availability of customer premises equipment (CPE) and changes required to cable modem termination system (CMTS) equipment when increasing the number of bonded channels.
- The constraints on bonding more than four channels. It may be difficult for operators to bond more channels because of the existence of analogue TV channels and increasing numbers of high-definition (HD) channels.

This report is based on several sources:

- Analysys Mason’s research into spectrum usage by operators, and the availability of vendor CPE and CMTS hardware.
- Discussions with stakeholders in the cable market including operators and vendors.
- A forthcoming report will provide case studies of different operators’ approaches to DOCSIS3.0 channel bonding.

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