Debating the Next Move for DOCSIS

Brown, Karen
July 2006
Multichannel News;7/17/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 28, p78
This article reports on the proposed development of DOCSIS 2.0b, an addition to the Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification system from CableLabs. Arguments on the development of the DOCSIS 2.0b was fueled by the draft DOCSIS 3.0 scheme, which offers a greater ability to bond data channels. Comments from Marwan Fawaz, departing CTO at Adelphia Communications, on the issue are also presented.


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