By Alan BreznickDENVER - Seeking to get a leg up on the future, Comcast intends to start testing the "operational readiness" of its new next-generation cable architecture in the next couple of months, bringing the MSO another step closer to actual deployment. Speaking at a Light Reading conference on cable next-gen broadband strategies in Denver last week, Jorge Salinger, vice-president of access architecture for Comcast, said the MSO is aiming to test its denser, more efficient Converged Multiservice Access Platform (CMAP) by mid-year. He said the trial will focus on ensuring that Comcast’s underlying operations are up to speed as it and...
Comcast plans first trial of new cable architecture that will bring video, broadband silos together
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