Multi-service broadband network architecture evolution

Multi-service broadband network architecture evolution

Broadband Forum  |   January 30, 2014
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This white paper aims at describing the evolution of the multi-service broadband network architecture, highlighting the key topics defined in the published BBF Technical Reports and explaining the relationships among the different BBF documents, in the context of the multi-service broadband network architecture.
Starting from the challenges service providers have been facing, this document explains how the multi-service broadband network architecture is able to fulfill the service providers' business requirement enabling the convergence of different types of services, residential and business, fixed and mobile, retail and wholesale, on a common network infrastructure. The document also highlights the flexibility of the multi-service broadband network architecture in order to support emerging cloud and virtualized services.
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