Teleste at ANGA COM 2017 – Today’s broadband services don’t have to be tomorrow’s data jam
Consumers’ expectations for smarter and smoother broadband services will continue. Choosing the right migration path to the future can be tricky. Come visit us at ANGA COM 2017 to discuss how to embrace the technological evolution and build up loyal customerships.
Turku, Finland – 15 May 2017 – ANGA COM 2017 is getting closer by the day, and we are looking forward to the intriguing outlook it offers on the broadband industry and its current trends and topics. This year, Teleste will take the opportunity and focus on the next steps of cable network evolution after 1.2 GHz network upgrades and the opportunities and challenges the migration offers to operators. We will talk about deployment of DOCSIS 3.1 Remote PHY devices, taking intelligence deeper into broadband networks, and how operators can utilise technology to improve services and build up loyal customerships. We will also showcase a wide setting of product launches and updates for HFC networks and headends as well as last mile and connected home.
ANGA COM 2017 will take place from 30 May to 1 June in Cologne, Germany and our team is waiting to meet you there. Book you calendars for the show and remember to stop by our stand G31 in Hall 7! You can also book a meeting with us in advance.
Today’s broadband services don’t have to be tomorrow’s data jam
New technologies such as DOCSIS 3.1 and Remote PHY enable several migration paths to future broadband services. The Remote PHY technology will offer operators a way to increase capacity by enabling more advanced modulation methods. However, legacy platforms will co-exist with the new technologies for years to come. When making technology rollouts, the challenge for operators is to make sure that legacy platforms also offer returns on investment.
As an example of smooth network evolution, we are proud to introduce our new DOCSIS 3.1 Remote PHY-compliant node, the AC9100 Neo. This high-performing node can be turned into a Remote PHY device just by replacing its cover. The node allows operators to adopt DOCSIS 3.1 frequencies and later migrate to a distributed network when further capacity increase is needed. In addition to creating a farsighted investment, the node also features intelligent functionalities, which enable operators to improve the quality of their services regardless of the chosen network architecture.
What can be done before customers churn and revenues are impaired? Read our report on customer churn in the cable television industry!
Customer churn is definitely a major issue for any successful business and the reasons for churn are often known and reported. However, there is very little publicly available information regarding what kinds of events preceed the churn in the cable television industry.
At the beginning of 2017, we conducted a comprehensive research on churn and the events preceding it. The research offers insight into what happens before customers decide to churn and what could be done to build up loyal customerships. It also provides useful managerial guidelines for cable television executives operating in an uncertain and rapidly changing marketspace. You can download the report via our website.
Major launches at ANGA COM 2017
- AC9100 Neo and AC9100 Neo RPD: The AC9100 Neo is an updated version of our intelligent, 1.2 GHz optical node, the AC9100. It offers the same performance and supports future migration to Remote PHY technology. Just by replacing its cover, the AC9100 Neo can be turned into a Remote PHY device which enables you to deploy distributed network architecture, increase capacity and take intelligence deeper into networks.
- DAN200: Designed in co-operation with Casa Systems, DAN200 is a DOCSIS 3.1-compliant Remote PHY node that supports interoperability with Casa Systems CCAP CMTS.
- E3 – the first member of our new, 1.2 GHz product range, called the E series. The range will offer you AC class performance in a compact-size device.
- DuraAplus+ flyleads: These flyleads maintain their A++ level even when standard flyleads have lost their shielding effectiviness.
Additionally, we will showcase a wide range of other HFC products as well as our solutions for network management, headends and professional network services. More information about our offering will be available on www.teleste.com/anga2017.
Teleste at ANGA COM 2017 congress
We invite all ANGA COM 2017 visitors to join us on Thursday, 1 June, at Technology Panel ‘DOCSIS® 3.1 Migration: Parameters for Pragmatic Coaxial Network Equipment’. The panel will take place from 1:15 to 2:30 p.m. in Room 2.
In addition, we will offer you a hands-on approach to Remote PHY and its practical challenges at the Speakers Corner on Tuesday, 30 June, from 16:30 to 16:50 p.m. Speakers Corner will be located on the central exhibition boulevard. Please check the detailed agenda via this link.
Inquiries for more information:
Manager - CEM and Communications, Teleste Corporation
Tel. +358 2 2605 611
Teleste offers an integrated product and service portfolio that makes it possible to build and run a better networked society. Our solutions bring television and broadband services to your home, secure your safety in public places and guide your use of public transport. With solid industry experience and drive for innovations, we are a leading international company in broadband, security and information technologies and related services. We connect with our customers through a global network of offices and partners. In 2016, Teleste’s net sales reached EUR 260 million and the company employed over 1500 people. Teleste is listed on Nasdaq Helsinki. For more information see www.teleste.com and follow @telestecorp on Twitter.