Telecommunication networks are going through major transformations to meet insatiable bandwidth demand growth and to release new product speed tiers to stay competitive.
This paper introduces a multi-step methodology to break down the complexity and accommodate the uncertainty of future assumptions.
In this paper, we analyze different in-home networking architectures that can be added to the existing Broadband and Wireless networks in the home to support T4W services such as Aging in Place (AIP) and Telehealth.
The COVID-19 pandemic has required people to discover new ways to do things from home over a home network. One area where this has become obvious is wellness.
Premises networks are changing rapidly with the introduction of new IoT applications and services.
This paper outlines a seven-pronged approach to address basic T4H services. It also highlights some clear gaps within the current market and how cable operators might address these gaps.
This paper proposes an architecture that operators can deploy to support AIP and Telehealth applications. This architecture supports the needs of users, caregivers, payors, and other stakeholders.
How can a cable operator address the aging in place (AIP) market space? Where are different AIP players, and how can service providers differentiate themselves? This paper attempts to provide insights into these questions and more.