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Reference Architecture Cable Residential Gateway Solution for Converged Networks 2. Table of Contents Introduction Transitioning DOCSIS into the Future with. Introduction Transitioning DOCSIS Intel Technology. into the Future with Intel Technology 2 Cable operators are under competitive pressure from fiber optic carriers To remain. Legacy DOCSIS Systems 2 economically viable they must provide faster services and provide a seamless. Virtualizing the CMTS to experience for voice data and video services Recent digital innovations to the Data. Simplify the Network 2 Over Cable Service Interface Specification DOCSIS 3 1 have helped but much. Solution Architecture Cable more is needed to create a converged future proof network. Residential Gateway Solution 4, Solution Overview and Benefits 4 Legacy DOCSIS Systems. Solution Architecture Details 4 Figure 2 shows a basic DOCSIS system also see the sidebar A Closer Look at. Storage Considerations 6 DOCSIS A cable operator connects a common Ethernet router and switching. Intel Puma 7 Family SDK 6 network to its registered domain This network provides IP connectivity to the. cable modem termination system CMTS The CMTS translates the IP traffic into. Summary 9 DOCSIS service flows over the hybrid fiber coaxial HFC network using various. encoding algorithms such as quadrature amplitude modulation QAM The CMTS. also manages the quality of service QoS to each of the attached modems The. Community Access Television CATV system is multiplexed into the same HFC. network using other frequencies, A Closer Look at DOCSIS. The DOCSIS signals traverse the HFC network and can be distributed to hundreds of. The Data Over Cable Service, homes The CMTS contains both the media access control MAC and physical layer. Interface Specification1 DOCSIS, PHY functionality. enables cable operators to, provide fast broadband over DOCSIS cable modems terminate the customer side of the HFC network The cable.
copper wiring DOCSIS is a modem bridges the DOCSIS network traffic back into standard IP or Ethernet traffic. standard radio frequency based The cable modem also routes specific services into defined service flows For. interface for modulating IP instance telephony services are assigned a different QoS than best effort Internet. traffic over a coaxial network traffic The cable modem can be connected to a separate home router or integrated. DOCSIS in use since 1997 uses into the service provider gateway. the 5 204 MHz spectrum for, upstream data transmission and The type of infrastructure illustrated in Figure 2 is complex It requires two. 54 1794 MHz for downstream separate networks for IP data and video which can lead to additional operator cost. data transmission The specific performance issues and spectrum management challenges. frequencies used by an operator, depend on the DOCSIS version Virtualizing the CMTS to Simplify the Network. and the upstream configuration In legacy DOCSIS systems all CMTS functions including the forwarding plane and. For instance legacy cable the control plane and the upstream and downstream PHYs are contained in a. installations use 5 42 MHz for single CMTS platform Emerging DOCSIS systems use Remote PHY specifications. upstream transmission whereas, which enable the PHY functionality to reside further down the network allowing. a modern DOCSIS 3 1 network, can use up to 204 MHz for. upstream transmission Legacy DOCSIS Network, DOCSIS uses many different.
encoding algorithms for, modulating the bits over the coax HFC Network. from Quadrature Phase Shift, Routers and, Keying to Quadrature Amplitude Internet Switches. Modulation The use of more Traffic Cable Modem Digital Fiber. modern modulation schemes like Termination, Orthogonal Frequency Division. Multiplexing uses the spectrum Coaxial, more efficiently and achieves Network. Video Community, higher data rates DOCSIS has Traffic Access.
gone through at least four major Television, revisions that have increased the. overall throughput capability of, Cable Modem To Home. the specification, www cablelabs com specs specification search cat Figure 2 The legacy DOCSIS network consists of Internet traffic and video traffic that. docsis scat docsis 1 0 are multiplexed over a hybrid fiber coaxial HFC network Cable modems terminate. the system bringing the network traffic into the home. Reference Architecture Cable Residential Gateway Solution for Converged Networks 3. the coverage to be much less than 100 homes passed Remote PHY is enabled either through integrated. CMTS where every functional component is located in the same device or modular CMTS mCMTS. which allows the downstream PHY to be separated from the MAC and control plane The biggest. advantage of mCMTS is that headend and hub devices can receive packets of digital video or data from. the operator network and then re packetize the video or data for downstream transmission a process. referred to as edge QAM eQAM eQAM is a first step toward converging video and data onto a single. network This network of the future is shown in Figure 3. The Converged Cable Access Platform CCAP is a second step toward a converged IP video network. A CCAP device combines eQAM and CMTS technology functions to support the growth in the number of. QAM channels used for narrowcast services such as video on demand VOD and switched digital video. SDV CCAP is fundamental to operators being able to provide narrowcast services and HDTV content. and to support channel bonding in DOCSIS 3 0 Channel bonding enables newer higher bandwidth data. services A single CCAP downstream port can provide all of the QAM channels for all digital services in a. given service group achieving maximum density cost reduction and operational simplification. As shown in Figure 4 Intel technology can help cable operators take advantage of eQAM remote. PHY and CCAP because Intel solutions exist for every level of the DOCSIS network from headend. distribution to premises equipment, Virtual CCAP Intel offers a number of Field Programmable Gate Array devices to implement all of the. CMTS functions including mCMTS and remote PHY through high density logic blocks that can be. programmed and changed as the design evolves, Cable Modem Gateway The Intel Puma 7 Family of chipsets provides a cost effective cable modem.
solution for any OEM The Intel Puma 7 Family can be used as a simple cable modem that bridges from. DOCSIS to Ethernet or as part of a more complex platform that is integrated into a complete home router. This Reference Architecture document focuses on Intel s Cable Residential Gateway solution based on the. Intel Puma 7 Family, Virtualized Cable Modem Termination System. Internet Routers Switches Converged, Traffic Cable Access Remote PHY. Hybrid Fiber Optional, Coaxial Technologies, Video CATV. Cable Modem with, Intel Puma 7 Family to Home, Figure 3 Intel Puma 7 Family technology can help virtualize the cable network increasing the number of services available to. customers as well as enhancing performance, Data Center On Premises Equipment.
Virtual CCAP Integrated CCAP Remote PHY Shelf Remote Nodes. Data Center Headend Hub Remote, Intel servers with PHY platforms PHY platforms Distributed. Cable Modem Gateway, centralized software PHY nodes. Intel Puma 7 SoC Family, Figure 4 Intel technology supports converged IP video network at every component of the DOCSIS system This Reference. Architecture focuses on the Cable Residential Gateway solution. Reference Architecture Cable Residential Gateway Solution for Converged Networks 4. Solution Architecture Cable Residential Gateway Solution. Cable operators are searching for ways to converge networks and provide greater broadband speeds Intel s. Cable Residential Gateway solution provides an open and security enabled solution for both DOCSIS 3 0 and. DOCSIS 3 1 broadband connectivity routing firewall and home network connectivity using Ethernet Wi Fi and. Multimedia over Coax Alliance MoCA technologies, Solution Overview and Benefits. The Cable Residential Gateway solution based on the Intel Puma 7 Family offers several primary benefits to. cable operators, Increased performance, Reduced network complexity.
Future proofing, These same benefits can be passed on to the broadband consumer increasing a cable operator s competitive edge. Solution Architecture Details, As shown in Figure 1 the Cable Residential Gateway solution consists of both hardware and software Customers. can choose between two reference designs to jumpstart their own product development OEMs can use the. reference designs to develop their own software applications and Intel Puma 7 Family hardware platforms The. reference designs include the Intel Puma 7 Family SDK that can be compiled and downloaded to the reference. system and are available for purchase or evaluation through an Intel Field Sales Representative. Basic cable modem reference design, Integrated gateway reference design. Introducing the Intel Puma 7 Family, The newest Intel Puma 7 Family expands the capability of its predecessors to offer a higher bandwidth capable device The. Intel Puma 7 Family is flexible enough to handle a diversity of WAN interfaces including DOCSIS 3 1 and Fiber and provides. multi gigabit delivery capability to the premises equipment The Intel Puma 7 Family is built on Intel s latest 14nm process. technology and brings scalable x86 technology architectural innovations to the home gateway market It implements a. packet processing core that ushers in a speed boost to provide multi gigabit broadband services to subscribers. Here are a few highlights of Intel Puma 7 Family s capabilities 2. Performance leadership Has 5x the performance of our previous generation Intel Puma home gateway at the same. power envelope to provide full Wi Fi support IoT security and other services on chip 3. Energy efficient system power Intel s first home gateway SoC manufactured on our 14nm process node It provides. compliance to evolving power regulation standards and enables small form factor fan less designs. Rich home network ecosystem The platform supports a wide range of validated third party technologies from 4 4. Wi Fi to voice recognition digital service providers giving OEMs the flexibility to meet customer performance and cost. requirements The Intel Puma 7 Family interfaces to a number of peripheral devices using the PCIe UART RGMII SGMII. eSATA USB and I2C buses, Architecture consistency OEMs can reuse their existing Intel Puma Family codebase and hardware toolkit to monetize their.
R D investment with fast scaling and rapid time to market. Networking accelerators Incorporates a powerful programmable packet accelerator which is designed to support. evolving networking topologies and protocols with full offloading capabilities. Open platform Allows for speedy development and deployment through its architecture agnostic SDK ability to run. Linux natively and included support for other operating systems in a virtual machine. 14nm process technology The latest volume manufacturing process node Intel s industry leading 14nm process was designed. from the ground up to take advantage of the latest 3D transistors allowing for more transistors and lower power consumption. x86 platform scalability Supports x86 technologies like Intel Virtualization Technology Intel VT Data Plane. Development Kit DPDK libraries and Hyperscan on Intel processors to provide additional performance enhancing. features in the silicon, Based on a dual core Intel Atom processor with support for Intel VT and the DPDK the Intel Puma 7 Family will enable. operators to leverage their investments in Network Function Virtualization and software defined networks to bring. innovative new services using the residential gateway. blogs intel com technology 2015 09 unleashing multi gibabit performance. Results have been estimated or simulated using internal Intel analysis or architecture simulation or modeling and provided to you for informational purposes Any differences in your system. hardware software or configuration may affect your actual performance See blogs intel com technology 2015 09 unleashing multi gibabit performance. Reference Architecture Cable Residential Gateway Solution for Converged Networks 5. Basic Cable Modem Reference Design, For basic cable modem or Embedded Multimedia Terminal Adapter eMTA configuration the. network architect can use the Intel Puma 7 Family data modem form factor reference design. platform sometimes referred to as the Small Blue Box This reference design provides simple. DOCSIS to Ethernet bridging to provide Gigabit service to the premises This platform provides. upstream DOCSIS capability to 85 MHz It is capable of 32 downstream channels eight upstream. channels two upstream OFDMA Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access channels and. two downstream OFDMA channels It provides two 1000 Base TX Ethernet jacks for connecting to. the customer s home network Figure 5 shows the high level circuit design of the Small Blue Box. reference design, Integrated Gateway Reference Design. Other versions of the Intel Puma 7 Family allow the flexibility for the network architect to also build. a fully integrated gateway that is capable of voice video and data services The Intel Puma 7 Family. software development and reference design platform sometimes referred to as the Blue Box is. the starting point for a fully integrated gateway product It provides the same functionality of the. Cable Residential Gateway Solution for Converged Networks RefeRence ARchitectuRe Service Provider Smart and Secure Home This reference architecture provides a fully functional technical picture for developing a cohesive business solution If you are responsible for Business strategy You will better understand how the technology improves business capabilities and functions

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