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There are 3 blogs written by Greg White.

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IPoC: A New Core Networking Protocol for 5G Networks

October 29, 2018

5G is the latest iteration of cellular network technology developed to meet the growing traffic demand for both smartphones and homes. With beamforming and frequency bands reaching millimeter waves, 5G promises many benefits: Higher speeds Lower latency The ability to connect many more devices However, current de jure standards and protocols, designed for earlier technologies, […]

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Re-Inventing the Internet

February 8, 2016

The Internet Protocol – IP. It has become practically synonymous with networking, and over the last 40 years the adoption of IP has radically changed the world economy and the way that people interact globally, with CableLabs and the cable industry being a major force in that adoption. The past 15+ years in particular have […]

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How DOCSIS 3.1 Reduces Latency with Active Queue Management

June 6, 2014

At CableLabs we sometimes think big picture, like unifying the worldwide PON standards, and sometimes we focus on little things that have big impacts. In the world of cable modems a lot has been said about the ever-increasing demand for bandwidth, the rock-solid historical trend where broadband speeds go up by a factor of about […]

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