Cox chooses Vyyo for network expansion

May 2007
CED;May2007, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports that Cox Communications Inc. has planned to expand the capabilities of its cable networks using Vyyo Inc.'s 3 GHz taps and passive network elements as part of its new-build architecture. According to Vyyo, the inclusion of its 3 GHz passives enables cable system operators, such as Cox, to meet current and future bandwidth needs with no impact on 1 GHz networks. Simultaneously, the Vyyo Spectrum Overlay active products can also be used for fiber-like broadcast.


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