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Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. January 2005 DOCSIS ® Overview
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. 2005. All Rights Reserved. Proprietary/Confidential 2 Cable Industry Broadband Advantages Capacity –Multiple Gigabits Interactivity –MPEG/IP (video, data, voice) Security –It’s a service, not just technology Management –Providing end-to-end services MPEG services IP services
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. 2005. All Rights Reserved. Proprietary/Confidential 3 Home Is Where The Net Is Cable is THE BROADBAND of choice –Intelligent network –Mix of IP and MPEG –Multiple businesses & services, one network –Best in Class Security, provisioning, management Voice, data, video convergence For the service provider, a converged network means –Common provisioning/management/security For the consumer, a converged application means –Device-independence –Same “look and feel” –Ease of use, plug and play
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. 2005. All Rights Reserved. Proprietary/Confidential 4 Global Broadband Subscribers * Top ten broadband countries by penetration: Q2 - Q3 2004 Source: Point Topic Ltd., World Broadband Statistics
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. 2005. All Rights Reserved. Proprietary/Confidential 5 Broadband Market View · By the end of 2004 there will be 33.5M broadband households in the US. (Strategy Analytics, April 2004) By 2007, 90% (or 46.4M households) of all broadband households in the US will have home networking services available to them. (Parks Associates, 4Q 2003) In 2004 there are 90,600 average number of cable modem installs per week in the US. (Kagan Research, LLC, March 2004) Close to one-third of all online subscribers in the US now subscribe to broadband. (Leichtman Research Group, March 2004) In the US, cable modem continues to be the most common broadband access technology. Cable market share of broadband subscribers in 2004 is 58.6%. (Credit Suisse, April 2004)
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. 2005. All Rights Reserved. Proprietary/Confidential 6 CM Cable Architecture Operator Core Backbone CMTS Aggregation NetworkAccess Network CM Operator Aggregation network Core Network Operator administered New Services Opportunities DOCSISCableHome Remote file sharing Shared calendar Unified messaging Managed services CM HVAC control Fire sense & control Security Air quality monitoring Child monitoring Energy management, etc. PacketCable MPEG Services IP Services CPEHeadend Backend
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. 2005. All Rights Reserved. Proprietary/Confidential 7 DOCSIS Solid Gold DOCSIS –Open standards process in the ITU and SCTE –Based on member requirements –Managed by operators for global use –Multi-supplier support and cost advantages 1000+ vendors have signed the DOCSIS NDA 85+ vendors have received certification or qualification –Low cost, consumer-oriented brand DOCSIS is fundamental technology –PacketCable –CableHome –Scalable, Manageable, Interoperable –Catalyst for development of new cable services
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. 2005. All Rights Reserved. Proprietary/Confidential 8 DOCSIS Evolution & Road Map Over 15 million units shipped worldwide DOCSIS 1.0 (High Speed Internet Access) –Modem price has declined from $300 in 1998 to <$30 in 2004 –Over 230 CM Certified, 28 CMTS Qualified DOCSIS 1.1 (Voice, Gaming, Streaming) –Interoperable and backwards-compatible with DOCSIS 1.0 –“Quality of Service” and dynamic services, a MUST for PacketCable™ –Service Security: CM authentication and secure software download –Operations tools for managing bandwidth service tiers –In the field NOW - 109 CM Certified, 34 CMTS Qualified DOCSIS 2.0 (Capacity for Symmetric Services) –Interoperable and backwards compatible with DOCSIS 1.x –More upstream capacity than DOCSIS 1.0 (x6) & DOCSIS 1.1 (x3) –Improved robustness against interference (A-TDMA and S-CDMA) –Available NOW - 84 CM Certified, 7 CMTS Qualified eDOCSIS™ –DOCSIS in MTA, RG, etc. –DOCSIS IP connectivity for new service categories High Density CMTSes –More CMs per port, high scalability – DOCSIS 2.0 adds even more capacity –Heart of Cable TV Headends of the future OCAP Hardware Platform –Two-way removable security –DSG DOCSIS is a global standard deployed on all continents
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. 2005. All Rights Reserved. Proprietary/Confidential 9 DOCSIS 1.1 Overview Interoperable with DOCSIS 1.0, plus more… –Access to bandwidth at high data rates or lower latency adds more value Enhanced “Quality of Service” (QoS) –Guarantees and/or limits for data rates –Guarantees for latency Improved security - designed to reduce possibility of “theft of service, provide secure software downloading.” Interoperability - DOCSIS 1.0 and DOCSIS 1.1 cable modems and CMTSs on the same plant. Better operation and OSS features Transmit Equalization - more robust transmission Increased Revenue Opportunities for Operators
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. 2005. All Rights Reserved. Proprietary/Confidential 10 DOCSIS 2.0 Overview DOCSIS 2.0 Overview (100% backward compatible with DOCSIS 1.0/1.1) Symmetrical services are enabled by DOCSIS 2.0 –1.5x greater efficiency operates at 64 QAM –2x wider channels new 6.4 MHz wide channel DOCSIS 2.0 widens the pipe for IP traffic, allowing cable providers to create more and better services for voice, video, and data It does this by using enhanced modulation and improved error correction Superior ingress and impulse noise performance Up to 3x better upstream performance than DOCSIS 1.1 Up to 6x better upstream performance than DOCSIS 1.0
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. 2005. All Rights Reserved. Proprietary/Confidential 11 Moving DOCSIS Forward 1.1 in the field now –Multiple operators moving aggressively –Voice over IP trials underway –Field trials underway for 2.0 –Multiple operators evaluating –Product certified and ready for deployment High Density CMTSes –More CMs per port, more revenue –DOCSIS 2.0 adds even more capacity –Highly competitive marketplace eDOCSIS –DOCSIS in STB, MTA, etc. –DOCSIS integration into a myriad of applications
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. 2005. All Rights Reserved. Proprietary/Confidential 12 DOCSIS ™ Road Map DOCSISKey FeaturesBenefits/ Services DOCSIS 2.0 (30 Mbps u/s) Mandatory S-CDMA/ TDMA Best of DOCSIS Symmetric services Peer-to-peer Business-to-business (20 T1 capacity) DOCSIS 1.1 (10 Mbps u/s) QoS Pre-EQ Operations Security Tiered service Double u/s capacity Lower op’s costs Better than competitor DOCSIS 1.0 (5 Mbps u/s) Spec’d for retail Standard spec High speed data Internet access
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. 2005. All Rights Reserved. Proprietary/Confidential 13 DOCSIS Summary SpecInteropCertification DOCSIS 1.0199719981999 DOCSIS 1.11999Q3, 2000Q3, 2001 DOCSIS 2.0Q4, 2001Q2, 2002Q4, 2002 eDOCSISQ2, 2003 DSGQ3, 2004 Q4, 2004
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. 2005. All Rights Reserved. Proprietary/Confidential 14 Broadband 1.0 (Data, Voice, Video) No forklift upgrades MPEG/IP operations Tier 1 Relationships Competitive Low CapEx & OpEx Open Standards Multiple suppliers “Gotta Have” toys Interactive On-demand Personalized Huge capacity High definition Innovation For Operators For Consumer Cable has bandwidth & interactivity resources that have not been exploited
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. 2005. All Rights Reserved. Proprietary/Confidential 15 Broadband Platform Home devices Security (encryption, authentication) Management End-to-end QoS Services Services and Content (anything, anywhere) Home Devices BackboneHFC Home Net CableHome™DOCSIS®PacketCable™ OCAP/ Services
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. 2005. All Rights Reserved. Proprietary/Confidential 16 Broadband Roadmap Packaged Services Core Technology New Service Offerings Win-Win Business Plan Future-proof Architecture Multimedia Services DOCSIS 2.0 Symmetric services DOCSIS® PacketCable™ CableHome™ Personalized Services
© Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. 2005. All Rights Reserved. Proprietary/Confidential 17 Broadband Global Achievement “BROADBAND HAS ARRIVED” DOCSIS has become the fundamental platform to enable integrated end-to- end managed IP and digital services for global customers
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