Hybrid Fiber Coax

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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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The Company, through its operational subsidiary, Big Sky Network, forms co-operative joint ventures to provide Internet technology services to enable Internet access in China via the hybrid fibre-coaxial cable television networks, Metropolitan Area Ether-networks and wireless networks, as government approvals are obtained.
Csii) is a Canadian cable operator that builds and operates broadband hybrid fibre-coaxial (HFC) networks in the international cable television and telecommunications markets through its subsidiaries.
Its hybrid fibre-coaxial network is one of the most advanced in North America, delivering high quality entertainment, information and communication services to approximately 2.

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