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.
Changing bandwidth consumption patterns due to evolving next generation in home services are going to drive the future capacity needs of an access network. Overlaying this with the COVID-19 (current and future) impact on accelerating the newer service adoption is going to expedite the need for such analysis. This document provides our initial thoughts on analyzing these bandwidth consumption patterns.
In this paper, we set out to compare the performance and cost of deploying Fixed Wireless Access in millimeter waves at 28 GHz to Fiber To The Home deployments.
This paper explores one connectivity based segment that the Cable Operators can offer immediately to the needy Aging In Place market segment.
Cable and healthcare industries are crossing paths at many places including in Telehealth. This paper explores how mutually beneficial collaborations can be created between the two industries.
Telehealth market is going to reach $130B by 2025. In this report we look at how some of the Telehealth companies are playing in this space.
Cable operator’s 10G transformation is a multi-billion-dollar upgrade, This paper look’s at this from a TCO point of view to have the least regrettable investments.
What is the framework to analyze and compare end to end powering solutions by Cable Operators for their access transformations?
How to measure different powering solutions being evaluated by Cable Operators for their access network transformations?
Operating multiple access networks as separate lines of business simplifies operations, but leads to operational inefficiencies and waste.