Bonding With Next-Gen Modem Spec

Spangler, Todd
March 2007
Multichannel News;3/26/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 13, p40
The article reports that BigBand Networks Inc. expects to make more noise in announcing what it claims is the first standards-compliant cable-modem system to support 100 Megabit-per-second pipes in the U.S. The company said that its Cuda modular cable-modem termination system (M-CMTS) is the first on the market to fully support CableLabs Inc.'s Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification 3.0, with the release of version 7.0 of the platform's software.


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