Harmonic CableOS

Telecommunications service provider Claro Perú, an América Móvil company, is powering its broadband services with Harmonic’s CableOS Cloud-Native Core Platform.

Claro Perú is deploying Harmonic’s CableOS Platform, which is software-based on a distributed access architecture (DAA) with Reef Remote PHY (R-PHY) shelves and Ripple R-PHY nodes in a 2×4 segmentation configuration. Its goal is to sustainably deliver multi-gigabit broadband services with rapid capacity expansion and a superior subscriber experience.

The deployment of Harmonic has accelerated capacity expansion through efficient node splits, extending the life of Claro Perú’s hybrid fiber-coax network, and enabling it to support converged cable, FTTH and advanced services such as the Edge cloud in the future. In addition, the CableOS platform consumes significantly less power “than traditional solutions”, providing substantial cost savings.

Analytics services

Harmonic’s CableOS Central provides real-time network visibility, with data-driven proactivity and connectivity, which has been a key enabler for the implementation. In addition, Harmonic’s professional services team is handling the entire turnkey deployment, including node replacement.

Nelson Moscoso, deputy director of Claro Perú’s fixed network, believes that Harmonic’s CableOS platform prepares them for “a more flexible broadband future, ensuring we can quickly respond to trends in internet consumption and growth in network traffic by harnessing the power of software and cloud-native technologies.” Gil Katz, senior vice president of cable access business operations at Harmonic, states: “Using our CableOS Platform with R-PHY node segmentation in a DAA deployment, Claro Perú can power greener broadband connectivity and sustainably meet the digital needs of consumers now and well into the future.”

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By • 14 Jul, 2021
• Section: IP, Business