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    All IP

    Internet Protocol is becoming the dominant technology for video, voice, and data services, extending to all devices and enabling rapid innovation on a global scale.

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    Pervasive Wireless

    The world is going wireless, with seamless connectivity for a growing range of devices occurring over increasingly interconnected networks.

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    Better Pipes

    Growing demand for broadband is driving continued advancement in the capacity, quality, and reliability of residential and commercial networks.

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    ID Management & Security

    As use of the internet grows, continued vigilance is required to enhance security and privacy.

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    Smart Spaces

    Connectivity and sensor technology combine to extend the value of networks into new areas, automating and personalizing homes, offices and beyond.

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    Transforming the Content Ecosystem

    The quality and breadth of content is growing along with ways of interacting with content and the ability for anyone to create large amounts of content with inexpensive consumer devices.

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    Rich User Experiences

    New devices and interfaces are transforming the user experience, providing innovative ways to interact with technology.

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    Future of Work

    Ubiquitous connectivity is changing the nature of work.

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    Measurement Revolution

    Service usage data will increasingly become a competitive differentiator, and it will be a tool for improving the user experience and for increasing revenues.

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    Radically Changing Economics

    New technologies and business models could create major reductions in service costs.

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    Big Software Platforms

    A catalyst for information ecosystems that enables cable industry transformation

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Featured Technology

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DOCSIS 3.1 - A New Generation of Cable Technology

DOCSIS 3.1 technology will enable a new generation of cable services and help operators continue to meet consumer demand for high-speed connections and sophisticated applications, positioning them to be the providers of choice in their markets.

In late October, CableLabs announced the availability of the DOCSIS 3.1 PHY (physical layer) and MULPI (MAC and Upper Layer Protocol) specifications. The specifications represent the combined work of a large consortium of cable industry stakeholders.

Related News

September 22, 2014

DOCSIS 3.1 ‘Slightly Ahead’ of Schedule

When it comes to preparing tests and setting specs for cable’s emerging DOCSIS 3.1 platform, it’s been full speed ahead at CableLabs. Development of DOCSIS 3.1 technologies are “slightly ahead of the original schedule that we laid out two years ago when we kicked off 3.1 activities,” Phil McKinney, the president and CEO of Louisville, Colo.-based CableLabs, said in a recent interview with MultiChannel News….

September 18, 2014

CableLabs comments on IPv6 Reliability

John Berg of CableLabs participated in a panel discussion covering the reliability of IPv6.  More information here.