More Bandwidth Hub to Door
Digital HFCUnleash the Capacity of Your
Aurora Networks' Digital HFC architecture extends the digital head end domain out to the optical node, moving you toward a distributed digital HFC network, and making the migration from today's network to Digital HFC completely seamless. Digital HFC significantly expand capacity per subscriber.
- Eliminates analog transport limitations
- Reduces power costs and head end space requirements
- Enables more capacity, better service flexibility and economies of scale
Did you know?Aurora introduced the industry's first Node QAM technology in 2011.
Segmented HFCIncrease Bandwidth Without Construction
Node segmentation, sometimes called node splitting, is the fastest and most cost-effective first step toward expanding network capacity, with minimum network disruption. Segmentation can quadruple targeted services bandwidth with no construction. Aurora has the widest range of segmentation technologies available in the industry today to help you:
- Eliminate need for construction
- Employ proven plans for quick and easy segmentation
- Enjoy "pay as you grow" incremental build flexibility
Did you know?Aurora launched the first "O"-band WDM system in 2006.
Fiber DeepCable's First Truly Green Architecture
The first "green" architecture for cable operators, Fiber Deep drives fiber deeper into the network, eliminating the need for the bottlenecking RF amplifiers, increasing narrowcast bandwidth available to each subscriber. Aurora's Fiber Deep architecture provides cable operators with an architecture that:
- Provides 500% more downstream and 1,000% more upstream capacity
- Dramatically reduces OPEX driven by less network maintenance and lower power consumption costs
- Supports seamless migration to next-generation services
Did you know?The first time a customer committed to Fiber Deep was in 2002.
RFoGReach New Customers, Generate More Revenue
In some cases, Fiber-to-the-Premises is a cost-effective way to generate new revenue, such as in new housing developments, rural areas and MDUs. Aurora's RFoG solution is optimized for both local and extended reach subscribers, using its VHub technology. Together with its Node PON technology, Aurora's RFoG solution helps you migrate gradually to the all-IP network of the future. RFoG:
- Delivers the same video, data and voice services as HFC networks
- Uses the same back-office and provisioning systems as HFC networks
- Leverages the installed base of set-tops, cable modems and eMTAs
Did you know?The first RFoG system was deployed in 2006 by Aurora Networks.
RFPONSave Now, Be Ready for the Future
Aurora's RFPON architecture provides an optimal solution to deploying FTTP today. With an RFoG architecture in place, an operator can upgrade step by step, area by area with its award-winning Node PON OLT modules. This approach enables an evolutionary upgrade path capable of supporting all-IP full-duplex services when the time is right. RFPON:
- Operates in parallel with traditional cable TV services
- Enables full migration to a standards-based EPON FTTP network
- Supports all-IP services
Did you know?Aurora introduced the industry's first Node PON module in 2007.
PONDrive Fiber to the Door
Based on the Trident7 platform, Aurora’s unified PON architecture enables you to meet subscriber demand now and into the future, cost-effectively. The Trident7 platform supports EPON, GPON and Active Ethernet technologies, so you can chose the technology that best meets your business needs. Aurora’s end-to-end IP solution delivers:
- Substantial bidirectional bandwidth and resiliency
- Support of wholesale access services delivery
- Open, standards-based management and services provisioning
Did you know?Aurora acquired the Trident7 PON product line in 2011.