Uncommon Wisdom

Nov 16 2007   2:10PM GMT

MoCA help for FiOS FTTH?

Tom Nolle Tom Nolle Profile: Tom Nolle

Verizon has asked the Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA) to work on raising the maximum broadband capacity of MoCA to 400 Mbps, a move that may signal Verizon’s interest in using MoCA to distribute video and broadband to multiple homes from a single remote. All operators, (even Verizon whose territory is dense and valuable) will find a significant portion of households non-economical for FTTH, and changes to MoCA to provide headroom would allow Verizon to use cable to increase the cost efficiency of its FiOS delivery where subscriber density and/or ARPU are lower.

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