The company will talk about deployment of DOCSIS 3.1 Remote PHY devices, taking intelligence deeper into broadband networks, and how operators can use technology to improve services.
It will also showcase a wide setting of product launches and updates for HFC networks and head–ends as well as last mile and connected home.
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, says Teleste, and the challenge for operators is to make sure that legacy platforms continue to offer returns on investment.
Teleste will introduce its new DOCSIS 3.1 Remote PHY-compliant node, the AC9100 Neo. This allows operators to adopt DOCSIS 3.1 frequencies and later migrate to a distributed network when further capacity increase is needed.
The node features intelligent functionalities, which enable operators to improve the quality of their services regardless of the chosen network architecture, according to Teleste.
The company will also use ANGA COM to address customer churn factors, having conducted research at the beginning of 2017 that gave insights into what happens before customers decide to churn and what could be done to build loyalty.
At the show Teleste will highlight the AC9100 Neo and AC9100 Neo RPD. The AC9100 Neo is an updated version of its intelligent, 1.2GHz optical node, the AC9100.
It will also showcase the DAN200. This was designed in co-operation with Casa Systems, and is a DOCSIS 3.1-compliant Remote PHY node that supports interoperability with Casa Systems CCAP CMTS.
Meanwhile, the E3 is the first member of Teleste’s new, 1.2 GHz product range, the E series, and will also be introduced at the show.
Teleste will exhibit at ANGA COM in hall 7, stand G31