Broadcom, a provider of semiconductor solutions for wired and wireless communications,
announced that Wasu, a Chinese cable operator, has completed its network trial
based on Broadcom’s DOCSIS-based Ethernet over Coax (EoC) cable architecture.
Wasu realized significant performance and quality of service (QoS)
benefits when using Broadcom’s solution to deliver reliable, fast and
interactive TV, broadband and telecom services to multi-dwelling units (MDUs)
and homes in China.
“Achieving significant performance and quality of service benefits,
we are pleased to implement Broadcom’s technology that provides an economical
architecture to implement triple play services to our subscribers,” said
Zhang Changli, vice president of research institute, Wasu Digital TV Media
By leveraging existing EPON and GPON standards and employing DOCSIS
technology as part of a customized ‘final 100 meter’ solution, Broadcom’s
DOCSIS-based EoC cable architecture is a complete chipset and software
solution that includes Coax Media Converter (CMC), DOCSIS 2.0 and 3.0 cable
modem, and set-top box (STB) SoC solutions.
“By leveraging all key standards including DOCSIS, EPON and GPON
and doubling bandwidth speed, our solution delivers high performing and
reliable voice, video and data services in China. We are excited to
announce the successful conclusion of Wasu’s network trial as a testament to
our standards-based, cost-effective DOCSIS-based EoC technology,” said
Ernie Bahm, senior director, Cable Head-End Marketing, Broadcom.
By Telecomlead.com Team