Cable subscribers are demanding more bandwidth than ever, and industry needs to keep pace. The challenge is to scale capacity at multi-gigabit speeds and rapidly deploy innovations while managing operating expenses. Intel can help transform your cable networks from cloud to client with a breadth of solutions—from the connected home and access network, to the service provider edge and data center.
Converge on all-IP architecture and align broadband and video infrastructure to create one operational network.
Design with open, standards-based products to tap into best-of-breed technologies and increase manageability, flexibility, and savings.
Invest in server architecture early to benefit from long-term TCO savings.
Use symmetrical networks to support high-demand user activities.
By enabling more open networks on hardware that’s optimized to deliver peak performance, Intel can help implement software-defined networks and virtualization to enhance programmability and flexibility while reducing operating expenses.
Intel is investing in Full Duplex DOCSIS* 3.1, 5G, and other next-generation technologies to help you keep up with increasing bandwidth demands.
Intel participates in the open source ecosystem and supports standards such as OpenStack*, RDK-B*, OpenRPD*, and Open Platform for Network Functions Virtualization (OPNFV) to accelerate industry innovation. This approach helps lower software costs, enhance interoperability, and makes it easier to customize applications and user experiences.
Deliver multi-gigabit speeds into the home with the Intel® Puma™ 7 SoC and allow up to 128 clients to simultaneously share bandwidth with the Intel® Home Wi-Fi Chipset WAV500 series, optimized for the Intel® Puma™ 7 SoC.
Deploy programmable digital remote PHY nodes with the same flexibility, velocity, and control as SDN, but within the edge of your network. Unlike fixed ASICs, with Intel® FPGAs, you can quickly evaluate, optimize, and deploy solutions for emerging technologies.
Bring the performance and intelligence of Intel® Xeon® processors into a dense, low-power SoC. With enhanced reliability, availability, and serviceability features, the Intel® Xeon® product family offers new ways to optimize workloads.