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DOCSIS3.0 channel bonding has allowed cable operators to increase their maximum speeds. This Viewpoint examines the approaches adopted by various cable operators when using DOCSIS3.0 and offering superfast broadband.
- This report provides case studies on the ways in which some cable operators have used DOCSIS3.0 channel bonding.
It provides coverage of the following operators and countries:
- Com Hem in Sweden, and the launch of its 500/50Mbps offer in August 2013
- Telenet in Belgium, and its approach to DOCSIS3.0 channel bonding and roadmap for network upgrades
- UPC Polska in Poland, and the launch of its 250/20Mbps offer in May 2013
- Canadian cable operators, such as Shaw Communications, Rogers Communications and Vidéotron, and their approach to upgrading speeds.
The report discusses:
- the investments that cable operators have made in order to implement DOCSIS3.0 channel bonding and launch offers with speeds well above 100Mbps
- the constraints on operators allocating more channels to DOCSIS data – for example, a cable plant that does not extend to 860MHz
- the impact that launches of download speeds well above 100Mbps have had on the relevant markets.
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