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ITU Approves of DOCSIS 3.0

Multichannel News picked up a nice little tidbit about the progress of DOCSIS 3.0 internationally. Apparently last month the International Telecommunications Union issued approvals related to the DOCSIS 3.0 standard at a meeting in Singapore. This means the CableLabs standard is one step closer to international deployment.

In fact, Singapore is home to Starhub, one of the first (if not the first) operators already using pre-standardized DOCSIS 3.0 equipment. Whose equipment, you ask? Why Motorola’s! And Vyyo’s too. Starhub is offering speeds of up to 100 Mbps with DOCSIS 3.0 channel bonding. Interestingly, I learned just yesterday that channel bonding alone doesn’t increase overall average bandwidth, but does increase the peak bandwidth available for transmission to a single cable modem.


3 Responses

  1. […] don’t tend to think of Brazil as a broadband leader, but why not? Cable operators everywhere are jumping on the channel-bonding wagon, even before it’s solidified as part of the new DOCSIS 3.0 specification. Motorola is a major […]

  2. […] DOCSIS 3.0-based cable broadband systems are gaining traction in the international markets such as Singapore, where Starhub has already started to make the transition. There are two likely […]

  3. […] first to be deployed in a commercial channel-bonding implementation and currently are used in both Singapore and Korea. In customer tests, the modems have yielded 138 Mbps with Euro-DOCSIS channel bonding. […]

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