Casa Systems Accelerates Path to 10G with new Flexible MAC Architecture Solution
ANDOVER, Mass., Nov. 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Casa Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: CASA), a leading provider of cloud-native and physical broadband technology solutions for wireless, cable, and fixed networks, today announced the availability of its new Flexible MAC Architecture (FMA) solution, opening the door to true virtualization of cable access networks. Casa Systems’ new cloud-based FMA solution separates the control and data functions of the network, allowing operators to flexibly deploy network functionality wherever it is needed – at the node, hub site, headend or data center. Customer trials are currently underway with tier one operators in several countries.
As bandwidth consumption continues to grow and requirements for lower service and application latency increase, cable operators are looking for improved agility and scalability in network solutions. The recent release of CableLabs' new FMA specifications allow cable operators to shift key headend functions to the access network edge, expanding network capacity to deliver new, more advanced services that operate more efficiently.
Casa Systems’ Flexible MAC Architecture: Interoperable design with powerful advantages
“FMA is the next generation of HFC architecture and a natural evolution of DOCSIS infrastructure,” said Jerry Guo, CEO at Casa Systems. “We designed our cloud-based FMA solution to provide our customers with incredible flexibility to deploy network functions where and how they choose. Our FMA solution leverages nearly two decades of software expertise and provides seamless integration with legacy infrastructure, further accelerating cable’s transformation to next gen cloud-based networks. And I am proud to say that our RMD and FMA solutions are ready to deploy today.”
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