DOCSIS

Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification (DOCSIS /ˈdɒksɪs/) is an international telecommunications standard that permits the addition of high-speed data transfer to an existing cable TV (CATV) system. It is employed by many cable television operators to provide Internet access (see cable Internet) over their existing hybrid fiber-coaxial (HFC) infrastructure.

Read more about DOCSIS:  History, Regional Variants, International Standards, Features, Speed Tables, Equipment, Security

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Cogeco - Digital Services - Internet Access
... Cogeco Cable utilizes a DOCSIS 3.0 -compliant network to provide all of their Internet Protocol (IP)-based services, such as Internet access and VoIP ... solutions to its customers, Cogeco Cable became actively involved in the DOCSIS program and was one of the first major cable operators to deploy a DOCSIS-based network ... areas which takes advantage of the new DOCSIS 3.0 platform upgrades ...
DOCSIS - Security
... DOCSIS includes MAC layer security services in its Baseline Privacy Interface specifications ... DOCSIS 1.0 utilized the initial Baseline Privacy Interface (BPI) specification ... Baseline Privacy Interface Plus (BPI+) specification used by DOCSIS 1.1 2.0 ...
Packet Cable
... Built on top of the industry’s DOCSIS (Data Over Cable Service Interface Specifications) cable modem infrastructure, PacketCable networks use the Internet Protocol (IP) to enable a wide ... A DOCSIS network with PacketCable extensions enables cable operators to deliver data and voice traffic efficiently using a single high-speed, quality-of-service (QoS)-enabled broadband (cable ... architecture to support the delivery of advanced multimedia services over the DOCSIS architecture ...
Navini Networks - High Costs
... stopped upgrading their cable-TV networks to offer Docsis after the dot.com collapse of 2001 ... with the Navini systems) and the cable TV operators also continued expanding their Docsis coverage ... of a Navini based connection was much higher than a DSL or Docsis connection and Introweb could not compete with DSL or Docsis on both price and speed ...
Cable Modem - History - DOCSIS
... While deployed DOCSIS RFI 1.0 equipment generally only supports best efforts service, the DOCSIS RFI 1.0 Interim-01 document discussed QoS extensions ... DOCSIS RFI 1.1 later added more robust and standardized QoS mechanisms to DOCSIS ... DOCSIS 2.0 added support for S-CDMA PHY, while DOCSIS 3.0 added IPv6 support and channel bonding to allow a single cable modem to use concurrently more than ...