Broadband utilization value of HD Mini SAS high-speed copper cable


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2021-10-15

With the popularization and application of network information such as HD TV, 4G technology and high-speed transmission, the original integrated wiring technology environment has been subverted. In addition, in the context of broadband speed, telecom operators began to gradually improve equipment materials and move to HD Mini SAS high-speed copper cable access mode. But at the same time, operators are also facing the difficulties of technology and technical team construction and cost pressure.

Broadband utilization value of HD Mini SAS high-speed copper cable

With the popularization and application of network information such as HD TV, 4G technology and high-speed transmission, the original integrated wiring technology environment has been subverted. In addition, in the context of broadband speed, telecom operators began to gradually improve equipment materials and move to HD Mini SAS high-speed copper cable access mode. But at the same time, operators are also facing the difficulties of technology and technical team construction and cost pressure. Therefore, whether using the original access mode or HD Mini SAS high-speed copper cable access needs to re-examine the value of both sides.

HD Mini SAS high-speed copper cable has become the mainstream technology to meet the needs of users for UWB networks, and has become the standard configuration in more new communities. However, the transformation of network cable in most mature communities involves complex projects such as copper cable wiring through walls, resulting in slow progress of FTTH construction, high project cost and damage to family decoration, which makes it almost a luxury for users in many mature communities to enjoy UWB network.

In addition, these three operators have a large amount of HD Mini SAS high-speed copper cable resources, if not utilized, it will be a great waste. In order to improve the broadband speed in an all-round way, how to use the existing resources and avoid the duplication of construction is a problem that must be considered. So, on the one hand, users are almost hungry for bandwidth, on the other hand, FTTH is not completely widespread is helpless. In the face of such a situation, where should operators go?

In view of the current situation, the industry has been studying solutions, and finally proposed the development idea of HD Mini SAS high-speed copper cable and fiber complementary development. It can be learned from the service port of the wiring factory that if this construction idea can be adopted and the existing high-speed copper cable resources can be used to provide users with UWB access, the construction speed of UWB network will be greatly accelerated, which has also become the main pillar of the medium-term broadband network strategy of the operator. From this point of view, HD Mini SAS high-speed copper cable installation technology in the construction of high-speed broadband operators began to highlight the value. It and the existing installation technology will complement each other, and they may coexist for a long time.

Across the industry, the demand for bandwidth is endless. If high-speed copper cable access is to reach 100 megabits or even gigabit speeds, newer access technologies will need to be introduced. Currently, the existing network speed technology is expected to be branded as "copper wire access into the gigabit era."

It is understood that HD Mini SAS high-speed copper cable installation can enable 1Gbps ultra-broadband access on existing copper cable resources (phone lines or coaxial cables). In the future, the technology may be mainly used in FTTB/FTTD scenarios within 250m of the end user, with a target bandwidth of 500-1000m per household. It will be used as a gigabit home access scheme comparable to FTTH because of the relatively high bandwidth available to users due to the existing technology.

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