High Density Evolution: The ARRIS POD Approach
Hybrid Software-Hardware Transcoding for Linear Video Delivery
Service providers are tasked with delivering a premier quality of experience (QoE) in a cost-effective way while not exceeding the available capacity within their networks. In this solution spotlight, we investigate how the ME-7000 takes advantage of hardware-based compression but capitalizes on software systems to provide flexibility and rapid time to market, combining the best of both worlds.
Managing Wi-Fi Performance Throughout the Home with ARRIS HomeAssure
ARRIS HomeAssure is our solution for seamless, ubiquitous Wi-Fi in the home. As an end-to-end solution, ARRIS HomeAssure accelerates time to deployment with a comprehensive, customized, cloud enabled approach that simplifies network management. With its Extend, Control and Manage strategy, ARRIS helps its Service Provider customers ensure that there is high-speed, reliable Wi-Fi throughout the home.
Network Audit and Assessment Services
For Service Providers looking to adopt DOCSIS® 3.1, the first major obstacle is assessing if their current systems and technologies can support it. ARRIS Network Audit and Assessment Services evaluate six critical areas of the network and then offer Service Providers a scorecard that outlines which areas are ready for DOCSIS 3.1, which need minor changes and which need major upgrades. This information helps Service Providers effectively and efficiently prepare for their DOCSIS 3.1 journey.
The ARRIS Guide to Wi-Fi EasyMesh, MAP and HomeAssure
This infographic gives an overview of the multi-access point (MAP) standard and the Wi-Fi EasyMesh certification, and illustrates how they work together to serve as the foundation for the ARRIS HomeAssure home Wi-Fi solution. It also briefly outlines the benefits for both consumers and Service Providers.
Fixed Wireless Broadband: A Neighborhood Approach
There are more than 100 low subscription metro areas nationwide making them a crucial and underserved broadband population. This could mean a major revenue opportunity for Service Providers – especially as demand for bandwidth hungry services like video and gaming continue to rise. In the past, fixed wireless broadband's primary purpose was to reach underserved rural areas. Thanks to technological advancements, leveraging a neighborhood approach to fixed wireless broadband can offer a cost-effective method of bringing 50-100 Mpbs service to subscribers.