Hybrid Fiber Coax

Hybrid Fiber Coax

(networking)
(HFC) A kind of physical connection used in networks for audio, video, and data. DVB (Digital Video Broadcast) is used in Europe and DOCSIS is used in N America.

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Tonami is migrating from Hybrid Fiber Coax (HFC) to high-speed GPON-based FTTH in Japan, enabling high Internet access speeds, more reliable than HFC.
Combining Narad's low cost, high bandwidth switched Ethernet over coax solution with Whaleback's CrystalBlue Voice Service, MSOs can allow SMBs to take advantage of broadband VoIP while avoiding the capital investment of a Softswitch and increasing capacity when supplying multi-line voice to a number of businesses within a hybrid fiber coax (HFC) node.
It provides all types of communication, information and entertainment services to their customers through state of the art hybrid fiber coax (HFC) network.
Xtend provides cost-efficient, innovative solutions that expand the existing bandwidth of today's hybrid fiber coax networks from 860 MHz to 3 GHz without requiring expensive network upgrades.
C-COR offers world-class, market-focused business solutions for global broadband networks, setting the pace with cost-effective network transport and access equipment, operations support system (OSS) software, and technical field services for both existing hybrid fiber coax and the emerging packet-based, on-demand, all digital multimedia networks of the future.
General Bandwidth's flagship product, the G6(R) VoIP Media Gateway, delivers high quality, full-featured voice services over a wide variety of packet architectures, including hybrid fiber coax (HFC), FTTP, DSL, and T1.
Deployed by more than 40 service providers over a variety of access networks including variety of copper (T1/DSL), hybrid fiber coax (HFC), and fiber-based access architecture, the G6 VoIP Media Gateway delivers unmatched VoIP quality of service and carrier grade reliability.
This feature allows multiple LANs or LAN segments to share a common path fiber, which is a cost effective strategy for Hybrid Fiber Coax (HFC) networks to push fiber optic technology deeper into the network.
General Bandwidth's G6 platform interworks signaling and voice traffic from the iX7000, providing a complete suite of telephony services over the cable operator's hybrid fiber coax (HFC) network.
The G6 Packet Telephony Migration Platform, with its support for Voice over IP and Voice over ATM networks, delivers high-quality, full-featured voice services over a wide variety of packet architectures, including T1, DSL, hybrid fiber coax (HFC) and fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP).

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